Andy Murray is not convinced hefty fines will curb Nick Kyrgios controversial on-court behaviour and instead called on the ATP to give the Australian more help.Kyrgios was fined $16,500 for breaking the ATPs Code of Conduct during his listless second-round defeat to Mischa Zverev at the Shanghai Masters: he was given a maximum $10,000 fine for lack of best efforts as well as a $5,000 fine for verbal abuse towards a spectator and a $1,500 fine for unsportsmanlike conduct.It is not the first time Kyrgios has courted controversy -- nor the first time he has been fined for his actions -- but Murray hopes the troubled youngster is offered more protection.Whether a fine is the best way to discipline young players, I dont know. I dont know if that stops that happening again. Im not convinced about that, Murray told British newspapers after his 6-1, 6-3 victory over Lucas Pouille in Shanghai.I think sometimes players do need protecting as well. Sometimes he goes into press and says things he regrets. In those situations he maybe needs to be guided a little bit better and Im sure he will learn from that.I chat to him about all sorts of things, tennis and sport, basketball. If he ever wanted to talk to me or ask me anything, I would obviously be open to that. You dont want to see young guys who are in the spotlight, struggling and making mistakes, doing things that ultimately hurt them.When hes on his game, hes very exciting and can play all the shots, hes incredibly talented. Its not easy being in the spotlight at such a young age and not everybody deals with it as well as some of the guys do. Some players love it, some players struggle to deal with the pressure.When I was very young, I struggled with it massively. In those situations he maybe needs to be guided a little bit better and Im sure he will learn from this. 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Pettway finished with career highs in rushing yards (169), touchdowns (3) and carries (39).Auburn quarterback Sean White threw for 204 yards and a touchdown, but the most effective thing he did all day was simply turn and had the ball to Pettway, who ran over, around and through an overmatched Mississippi State defense.Hes a beast of a running back, White said. Hes just a tough runner. Hell get the tough yards. It might not always be pretty, but hes a really good asset for us to have.Pettway thrived despite the heavy workload, running for 125 yards and three touchdowns in the first half as Auburn built a 35-0 lead.His role increased after starting running back Kerryon Johnson suffered a right ankle injury in the first quarter and didnt return. Malzahn said he hoped Johnsons injury wasnt serious.Auburn (4-2, 2-1 Southeastern Conference) has won three straight and now gets two weeks to rest before facing Arkansas on Oct. 22.We really like the momentum we have, Malzahn said. Weve talked about getting better each week and weve done that. Were in a good spot.Mississippi State (2-3, 1-2) actually had a little momentum in the games opening minutes when Kivon Coman intercepted a deflected pass to give the Bulldogs great field position at the Auburn 19. But five plays later, Westin Graves missed a 28-yard field goal.It only got worse for Mississippi State.Auburn scored touchdowns on five of its next seven drives to take control of the game. By latee in the second quarter, boos could be heard from the home crowd as Mississippi States struggling offense took the field.ddddddddddddMississippi States Nick Fitzgerald threw for 181 yards and two touchdowns, but almost all that damage came in the second half when Auburn already had control of the game.I wish there was one thing I could point my finger to and say that was it, Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen said. But theres not. It was a lot of things.Fitzgerald also led Mississippi State with 61 yards rushing. Mississippi State faces a quick turnaround -- the Bulldogs have to play at BYU on Friday.Losing is never fun and that kind of loss is pretty depressing I guess, Fitzgerald said. But have your pity party now and tomorrow get back to work.THE TAKEAWAYAuburn: The Tigers showed they might be a factor in the SEC Western Division race after an impressive win. Even after Johnsons injury early in the game, Pettway was able to anchor the running game. White might not be flashy at quarterback, but hes consistent and makes good decisions.Mississippi State: The Bulldogs streak of making the postseason in six straight seasons appears to be in serious jeopardy. The offense doesnt have many playmakers and the defense was overwhelmed by Auburns power running game.POLL IMPLICATIONSAuburn: The Tigers received 46 votes in last weeks rankings and could jump into the top 25 after an impressive road SEC win.UP NEXTAuburn: The Tigers get a week off to rest before a home game against Arkansas on Oct. 22.Mississippi State: The Bulldogs travel to face BYU in a non-conference game on Friday.-----Follow David Brandt on Twitter: www.twitter.com/davidbrandtAP . AP College Football website: www.collegefootball.ap.org . ' ' '