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.
Cadillac Williams, a record-setting running back from Auburn, confirmed to ESPN.com Saturday night that he has accepted an invitation to play in the prestigious Senior Bowl on Jan. 29 in Mobile, Ala.
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.
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.
Auburn running back Brandon Jacobs has decided to transfer.
Auburn tailbacks Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown and cornerback Carlos Rogers decided to stay in school for their senior seasons instead of entering the NFL draft.
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.