Jason Campbell, Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown are in the NFL. But instead of rebuilding, Auburn's offense has reloaded.
Replacing what Tommy Tuberville calls the best backfield in the last 50 years won't be easy, but it's possible.
Jason Campbell, Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown give Auburn offensive coordinator a mulittude of options.
Even their big names are kinda boring -- Campbell, Williams, Brown. But while Auburn isn't flashy, the Tigers' consistency may just win them a national title.
Scouts, Inc., examines the Auburn-Mississippi matchup and sees the Tigers wearing down the Rebels.
Carnell Williams rushed for 149 yards and two touchdowns and Auburn (No. 4 ESPN/USA Today, No. 3 AP) allowed only 110 yards in a 42-10 rout of Kentucky on Saturday.
Jason Campbell passed for 194 yards in the first half and Auburn (No. 10 ESPN/USAToday; No. 9 AP) beat The Citadel 33-3 Saturday, coasting in its sandwich game between a pair of high-stakes contests.
Carnell Williams ran for 122 yards and two touchdowns, and Ronnie Brown added 147 yards rushing to lead Auburn (No. 19 ESPN/USAToday; No. 18 AP) past Mississippi State 43-14 on Saturday.
Jason Campbell passed for two touchdowns and Carnell Williams ran for 103 yards as No. 17 Auburn unveiled a new offense in a 31-0 victory over Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday.
Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown scored in the last four minutes and each finished with two rushing touchdowns, leading Auburn to a 28-14 victory over Wisconsin on Wednesday in the Music City Bowl.
There's some talent at Mississippi State and it's never to early to speculate who's the next coach.
Carnell Williams ran for 150 yards and a touchdown on 35 carries, and Auburn shut down the Southeastern Conference's top rushing attack in the Tigers' 10-3 victory over Arkansas (No. 8 ESPN/USA Today, No. 7 AP) on Saturday.
Auburn 28, Tennessee 21
Carnell "Cadillac" Williams is the kind of marquee back that could carry the Tigers to a title.