AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- The day after wasn't any easier for Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville.
The Tigers' had defensive letdowns and struggled offensively in the second half of Thursday night's 34-17 loss at West Virginia.
Tuberville said Friday afternoon didn't feel any better. He said he told his players to ask themselves if they can do more and how they can improve.
The Tigers have lost three straight games and four of their last five.
Tuberville said the stretch has been hard on him personally because they haven't been able to find answers to Auburn's problems. He said the players have kept a good attitude.
Auburn has led by at least 10 points in all four losses.
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