Matt York, Associated Press
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Oregon has been known to use both LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner at the same time, but whether that's the intention against Auburn, Barner isn't saying.
That was about the only thing that Barner wouldn't talk about Friday, when the team met the media in advance of the BCS title game between the No. 1 Tigers and the No. 2 Ducks.
Even if Oregon doesn't use their two sophomore running backs in tandem, Barner could prove problematic for Auburn because he is as speedy as James — meaning that the Tigers won't catch a break if James takes a rest.
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