AUBURN — Much like the players he coaches, Tim Horton had to show his versatility. At Auburn for just three weeks, Horton had to change roles from tight ends coach to running backs coach on Jan. 25 following the departure of Rich Bisaccia to the Dallas Cowboys.
The change was natural for Horton, who has coached running backs for 12 years including the past six at Arkansas where he produced four different 1,000-yard rushers from 2007-10 including All-Americans Darren McFadden and Felix Jones. Scott Fountain was promoted from director of player personnel to tight ends coach as Gus Malzahn made a quick change to his staff.
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