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  Bigsby gained his first experience with college ball when he entered the season-opener against Kentucky. In that game, Bigsby rushed six times for 15 yards, averaging 2.5 yards per carry. Against the Bulldogs, who were ranked fourth in the nation, Bigsby more than doubled his touches and his rushing yards. He touched the ball 15 times. Seven of those touches were carries, and he accumulated 31 rushing yards. The other eight were catches, which impressed Malzahn. "He caught the ball with some really good catches out of the backfield," Malzahn said. With 68 receiving yards, Bigsby was the team's lead receiver, beating out starting wide receivers Anthony Schwartz, who had 57 yards, and Seth Williams, who had 34 yards.

Malzahn also felt Bigsby played well away from the ball, saying he protected "pretty good." Bigsby earned the offensive helmet sticker for the way he competed. While Malzahn did not specify whether Bigsby will continue as the No. 1 running back or if he will drop to No. 2 or No. 3 when Shivers and Williams return to health, he did say that Bigsby is "in a good spot." The game experience Bigsby gained against Georgia can only help the room improve as a whole, Malzahn said, because it helps develop the depth of players Auburn can rely on. - Birmingham News

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