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AUBURN, Ala. Air Max Plus 3 For Sale . -- Auburn tailback Tre Mason, who helped power the Tigers into the national championship game, is skipping his senior season to enter the NFL draft. "It was a dream since I was young," Mason said Thursday in announcing his decision. "Im a dream chaser, and now Im just trying to make a dream into reality." The Heisman Trophy finalist was the Tigers workhorse late in the season, coming through in the seasons biggest games. "It was a big dream of mine," Mason said. "I wanted the ball bad, and I felt I could do something with the ball in my hand." Mason, who finished sixth in the Heisman voting, is projected as a likely mid-round draft pick. The 5-foot-10, 205-pounder said he received a third-round grade from the NFL draft advisory board. Third-year sophomore left tackle Greg Robinson is also headed to the NFL. Mason broke Bo Jacksons 28-year-old school single-season record with 1,816 yards. He also ran for 24 touchdowns and finished with six consecutive 100-yard rushing games. "He did a wonderful job for us not only this year, but really his whole career," said Auburn coach Gus Malzahn, who recruited Mason when he was offensive co-ordinator. "Not just the way he played football but the way he represented Auburn. "This is a big day for him and his family. This is a big day for Auburn, so Im very proud of him." Mason rushed for 195 yards and scored two touchdowns in Monday nights BCS championship game against Florida State Monday night. His tackle-breaking 37-yard run with 1:19 left gave the Tigers the lead before losing 34-31. Once regarded as an undersized, speed back, Mason averaged 34 carries and 194.5 yards over the final four games. He ran 46 times for 304 yards and four touchdowns in the Southeastern Conference championship game against Missouri. Malzahn called Mason "one of the tougher individuals in all of college football." 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"I grew up watching the Devils play, so its pretty hard to ignore the fact that youre from here and theres people watching." With the win, the Pacific Division-leading Ducks captured a seventh straight game for the second time this season, tying the franchise record set from Oct. 5-20, and in the 1999 season. Anaheim has collected at least a point in 10 straight games (8-0-2). Unbeaten in regulation at home with a 13-0-2 mark, the Ducks have won four in a row on the road. Palmieri sealed the latest deal with a pretty goal. He swung around Devils defenceman Eric Gelinas and circled behind the New Jersey goal. He then tucked the wraparound behind goaltender Cory Schneider. "I just took a chance," Palmieri said. "I think it might have banked in off a couple of things. Sometimes you get those bounces and sometimes you dont." Schneider stretched as far as he could, to no avail. "I dont really know what happened, to be honest," Schneider said. "He carried around the net and I stretched and I tried to get my pad to the post. I dont know if it hit a stick or popped up or what. Its a bit of a bad break, but sometimes you create your own luck. Ive just got to keep working hard and hope for the bounces to start going my way." Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau had a hunch playing in New Jersey would energize Palmieri, who had gone 18 games without a goal. "I was really happy for him," Boudreau said. "I had been a while for him. You could tell early on he was more involved, and ggetting shots off. Vapormax Plus Store. I really thought he might pop one tonight." Mathieu Perreault and Cam Fowler also scored for the Ducks and Jonas Hiller made 19 saves. Andy Greene and Michael Ryder scored for the Devils, who have earned five points in the last three games (2-0-1). "Its nice to at least get a point against a good team like that," Schneider said. "It hurts to not get the two points. Its another tough loss for and Ive got to find a way to make that last save." Schneider, 4-7-5, got the start after Martin Brodeur backstopped the Devils to home wins over Tampa Bay and Ottawa. Perreault, who assisted on Palmieris score, gave the Ducks a 2-1 lead at 10:47 of the third. He converted a centring feed from Palmieri that bounced off Gelinas skate and landed on his stick in the slot for his sixth goal. New Jersey tied it with 5:02 to go in regulation. Greenes power-play goal was set up by Jaromir Jagr, who hit the defenceman in the left circle with a backhand pass. Ryder and Fowler scored in the second period. Ryder put New Jersey in front with his 10th goal at 4:15. He got a backhand pass from Adam Henrique and lifted a shot over Hillers left shoulder. Fowler made it 1-1 at 14:06 with a blast from the left point, using Palmieri as a screen against Schneider. NOTES: This was the second contest of a four-game road trip for the Ducks. ... Anaheim had time to adjust to the Prudential Center. The Ducks practiced here on Wednesday and Thursday. ... Ryan Getzlaf was in the lineup for Anaheim. He left the previous game against Detroit in the first period with a facial injury. ... The Devils concluded a three-game homestand. They play in Washington on Saturday night. ... Devils RW Steve Bernier played in his 500th game; Hiller made his 300th appearance. ... Devils RW Damien Brunner was helped off the ice late in the first period following a knee-on-knee hit along the boards by Ducks D Mark Fistric. Brunner did not return. ' ' '