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  1. Three keys for the Auburn offense vs. Ole Miss will be the ability to run inside the tackles, score touchdowns inside the red zone and to take care of the football. The Rebel defense is built on speed, which should make it challenging to run outside on Ole Miss. LSU found their primary run-success, running between their tackles. Auburn's offensive line will need to play one of their more physical games of the season to establish their running game. When the Tigers transition into the red zone, they must score touchdowns rather than settling for field goals like they did against Mississippi State. The Tigers will need Cameron Artis-Payne and Nick Marshall to be able to consistently run well inside the tackles. This will only happen if the Auburn OL is very physical against the Rebels. The play... On this play Auburn has the ball at the Gamecock 4-yard line, facing a 2nd & goal. The Tigers come out in their inverted-veer look, with the intent of running their inside read-option. It is also known as the dash-read because it involves both the QB and RB running the read-option in the same direction. At the snap Chad Slade (RG) will pull to his left and Brandon Fulse will become the lead blocker inside. Nick Marshall extends the mesh-point with Corey Grant to the left, which freezes the defense. Shon Coleman and Brandon Fulse will advance to the second-level to take out the LB's as Chad Slade kicks out the unblocked DE. In frame #4, Reese Dismukes and Avery Young wall off the DL, driving the DT and DE outside as Devonte Danzey drives the other DT down to the ground. Nick Marshall has a gaping hole to score an easy 4-yard touchdown. The Auburn OL did an exceptional job on this play and this is the type of execution that will be required to have success running the football against Ole Miss.
  2. Though Auburn is not running the ball at the same level they did during 2013, it still has been a very productive aspect of the offense. One play Auburn is becoming better at with more reps is the inside trap play. It is a very basic run-play found in almost every offensive playbook because it can be run from basically every offensive formation. The offensive line is not required to move or transition in wide spaces, allowing them to focus on their strength and leverage to make the play work. For the RB's, it is a quick hitting play, which can often turn into a big gainer between the tackles. The play... On this play the Auburn offense has the ball at the LSU 45-yard line with a 1st &10. At the snap, Devonte Danzey pulls to his right but is basically shifting one gap over. The play is run as if it is a read-option but is a straight up run play for the RB. The read-option look actually keeps the SLB out of position on this play, allowing Cameron Artis-Payne to explode through the hole. CAP takes the inside hand off and shoots through the hole behind Danzey. After shooting past the SLB, CAP faces off with the safety. CAP makes a sharp cut outside, avoiding the tackle by the safety. He then heads down the sideline until he is tackled from behind. The play results in a 34-yard gain and an Auburn first down. The drive is later completed with a touchdown. View from the backfield.... Here is backfield view of the same play. C.J. Uzomah is responsible for the DE as Devonte Danzey pulls to take on the MLB. Avery Young advances to the second level, taking out the OLB. The SLB is caught out of position, anticipating the keep by the quarterback. This allows CAP to shoot through the gaping hole into the LSU secondary. CAP is at his best in open space because of his great lateral movement. He is able to cut outside of the oncoming safety and down the sideline for the big gain. This is the kind of play that can pick up valuable rushing yardage against the Mississippi State defense this Saturday.
  3. Through 3 games into the season, Cameron Artis-Payne has done a solid job of replacing Tre Mason. He has racked up 352-yards rushing, putting him on pace for a 1400-yard regular season. He is currently 2nd on the team in generating impact plays, behind D'haquille Williams. Kansas State limited CAP to just 63-yards rushing last Thursday night but he was still able to generate 2 impact plays in the passing game. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 8 from their own 13-yard line. Auburn has a double-screen set up, featuring Cameron Artis-Payne. Before the snap, CAP is lined up over the slot position and will motion into the backfield. At the snap, CAP fans back out of the backfield as Sammie Coates sets up on the boundary side for a screen-pass look. Auburn's OL splits up with 3 setting up a wall for Coates side and 2 moving to wall up for CAP on the wide-side. Nick Marshall delivers the screen pass to Cameron Artis-Payne as Patrick Miller and Avery Young set up to block for CAP down field. Artis-Payne high-steps to avoid one tackle from behind and is able to split 2 additional defenders to gain 15-yards on the play. The play results in an Auburn first-down. Cameron Artis-Payne has 4 receptions on the season and 3 have resulted in an impact play for the Auburn offense. He has proven to be an extremely reliable pass-option and hopefully will be utilized more frequently in the passing game.
  4. Auburn was very fortunate to come out Manhattan, Kansas with a 20-14 victory. One of the reasons for the game being so close was the lack of impact plays during the game. Auburn had only 5 plays of 15-yards or more against the Wildcats. Malzahn's offense at Auburn has averaged 9 such plays per game. K-State did a great job of taking away Auburn's powerful running game, leaving it up to the pass-offense to carry the load. Though Nick Marshall finished with a solid performance, the Auburn pass-offense missed out on a couple of deep passes that would have resulted for long touchdown plays. These are the kind of plays that creates separation on the scoreboard, even when the opponent is playing inspired football. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 6 from their own 34-yard line. Auburn comes out in a 4-WR set with the intent of running multiple vertical routes. At the snap Cameron Artis-Payne remains in the backfield for extra pass-protection. Nick Marshall sets up in the pocket, looking off his intended target in D'haquille Williams. Duke Williams runs a skinny-post, who is covered by a safety, playing deep off the ball. Nick Marshall resets his feet and hips towards Williams. Kansas State ran a twist up front with a DT and DE. The DT actually got the jump on Avery Young but Young recovers in time to force the DT over the pocket. Marshall is able to step up in his pocket to throw the ball deep to Williams. The Auburn OL struggled at times in the running game but played much better in pass-protection. Auburn's quarterbacks have only been sacked 1 time through 3 games. Marshall's pass hits Williams in stride but he's unable to bring the ball in for the reception. Had he not dropped the ball, the play more than likely results in a 66-yard touchdown play. This was one of those "separation" plays that could have bailed out the offense, which struggled during the first-half of the game. When you consider that big plays (30+) have accounted for 27 percent of Malzahn's offensive yardage, making them becomes critical. Number of Big Plays (30+) from 2000-2014 thru 3-games: 2000: 9 2001: 9 2002: 6 2003: 3 2004: 7 2005: 8 2006: 6 2007: 5 2008: 9 2009: 7 2010: 11 2011: 9 2012: 7 2013: 6 2014: 6 Auburn has already missed out on 6-7 big plays this season.
  5. Auburn's running game was taken to a different level last season, once the decision was made to base the offense around the read-option element. During the final 10-games of the season, Auburn averaged 367-yards rushing per game. The first-half of the Arkansas game this past Saturday, revealed just how important Nick Marshall has become to the run-offense. After being held to 68-yards rushing during the first half without Marshall in the lineup, Auburn rushed for 234-yards against the Razorbacks with Nick Marshall inserted. The play... On this play Auburn has the ball at the Arkansas 19-yard line, facing a 2nd & 9. The Tigers come out in one of their base formations, which normally incorporates 3-WR's, 1-TE and 1-RB. Auburn intends to run their inside zone-read, which involves the "read" off the DT. At the snap, Nick Marshall will read the DT, who is left unblocked by Avery Young, who advances to the next level to engage a block. If the DT plays the QB, Marshall will make the give to Cameron Artis-Payne to the perimeter. Should the DT crash down on the RB, Marshall will keep on the inside run. At the snap the DT plays the give to CAP, so Marshall keeps to run through a gaping hole. Patrick Miller drives the DE outside as Reese Dismukes directs the NT in the opposite direction. The MLB commits to the RB option, pulling himself out of position. Had he committed to the QB, Avery Young would have been in position to block him. The play results in a 19-yard touchdown run. Different angle... This is the same play from the end zone view. This view shows how the WLB is pulled out of the picture because C.J. Uzomah is lined up on the line and WLB has coverage responsibility on the TE. Because the DT and MLB play the run-option to CAP, 3 defenders are basically taken out of the picture without a single block. Frame #3 reveals how difficult it was for the DT to make his decision because Marshall waits to the last split-second to pull the ball out. Avery Young and C.J. Uzomah make key blocks at the next level to spring Nick Marshall into the end zone for the score. Auburn ran a variation of this play quite frequently with Cam Newton during the 2010 season. We rarely saw it last season with Nick Marshall, electing to spring Marshall on the perimeter with the outside read-option. Having Marshall or Jeremy Johnson running inside more often this season, will be another stress factor for opposing defenses to consider.
  6. One of my favorite plays from the Arkansas game was Auburn's delay draw or what I refer to as a slip-draw. Like many plays Gus Malzahn and Rhett Lashlee call, it is designed to freeze the defense, utilizing misdirection. The exchange or hand off takes place on one side of the backfield but the play normally funnels in the opposite direction. The play... On this down, Auburn faces a 2nd & 3 from the Razorback 15-yard line. Auburn will execute their version of the draw play, featuring Cameron Artis-Payne. Note in frame #2, at the time of the exchange, there are 5 defenders on that side of the hash. (The safety over top makes player #5 but he is out of view) The formation with 2-WR's on that side along with the H-Back, forces the defense to overload that side. When Jeremy Johnson takes the snap, he makes a quick half-roll to his right as CAP takes 1 step to his right before taking the delayed hand off from Johnson. The defense has to respect the edge Johnson is rolling to in the event it is a play-action pass or Johnson elects to keep and run. This split second, when the hand off is being made freezes the defense. Once CAP takes the hand off he steps inside before countering back to the left. Shon Coleman drives the DE outside as Reese Dismukes & Avery Young wall off any backside pursuit. Chad Slade moves to the next level to take out the OLB. The other 2 LB's were caught up in the wash from playing the hash mark side Johnson rolled to before the hand off. CAP quickly cuts back inside through the "A" gap, darting into the end zone for a touchdown. The play was called back on a face mask penalty called on Patrick Miller. Auburn found great success almost every time they called this play with CAP as well as Corey Grant.
  7. Auburn's offensive line has not received the attention they deserve through the media but opposing coaches have certainly taken notice. You don't lead the nation in rushing from a BCS conference without having solid OL play. Coach J.B. Grimes has done a stellar job, focusing on the details and mechanics of his pupils. It started in the conditioning program and took shape once actual practice began. Raising the performance level of each individual player set the foundation for a "unit" that has improved as the season progressed. Auburn has been fortunate to avoid any major injuries up front, which has resulted in one of the best OL's in the nation. On this play Auburn has a 1st & 10 at the Missouri 13-yard line. The Tigers come out in their Wildcat set with an unbalanced line. Note that both tackles are on the right side of the formation. At the snap Nick Marshall will fake the speed-sweep to Quan Bray as Alex Kozan pulls to his right. As Nick Marshall makes the inside give to Tre Mason, Auburn now has 4 OL to the right of Reese Dismukes, overloading the left side of the Missouri defense. In frames #2 & #3, you can see Alex Kozan chipping the DE first and moving on to crush the MLB. Reese Dismukes is rerouting the DT outside away from the point of attack. Chad Slade initially doubles on the other DT and releases to the 2nd level to engage the OLB. In frame #3, Avery Young and Greg Robinson folds the left side of the Missouri line inside, creating a running lane for Tre Mason. Tre Mason now has the safety 1 on 1, cutting inside the safety on his way to the end zone. Mason breaks the tackle and powers his way into the end zone for the score. Despite Missouri having 8 in the box to start the play, Auburn still manages to overload the left side of the line to power their way in for the score.
  8. If Auburn is going to defeat Alabama in two weeks, the Auburn running game will need to be hitting on all 8 cylinders. Corey Grant could play a major role in the Iron Bowl just as he and Ricardo Louis did against Georgia's speedy defense. With the primary focus being on Nick Marshall and Tre Mason, it should create opportunities for Grant. In order for Grant to be successful against the Crimson Tide defense, he will need to be decisive in his decision making. Any hesitation or doubt will likely result in a negative play on perimeter runs. On this play, the key to it's success was Corey Grant's decision to cut up field at the first moment of opportunity. Auburn will operate out of their inverted-veer look with the speed-sweep action. The defense will likely focus on Nick Marshall, allowing Grant to break to the edge. Jay Prosch will seal the edge as Brandon Fulse will kick-out the safety dropping down in run support. Alex Kozan will pull to his right to engage the OLB as Avery Young releases the DE and targets the ILB. Grant makes a quick cut up field behind Jay Prosch as Quan Bray makes the final block to spring Grant into the secondary. Corey Grant makes 2 great cuts on the play, which allows him to maximize his quickness and speed to the end zone for a 21-yard TD play. This is the type of instinct Grant needs to display against Alabama to create explosive plays in the running game. Though Grant has only 56 carries on the season, he is averaging 9.9 yards per rush with 22 runs for first downs and 19 runs of 10-yards or more.
  9. Last season Tre Mason proved to be one of the top backs in the SEC and he is solidifying his standing in 2013. If Auburn is going to come out of Texas with a victory Saturday afternoon, the Tigers will need a big performance from their primary running back. Mason has proven himself in the ground game as well as the passing game this season and will likely touch the ball 25 times against the Aggies. Though Auburn possesses a 3-headed monster at the RB position, Tre Mason is the Tigers most complete running back. On this play Auburn has the ball at their own 47-yard line, facing a 1st & 15. The Tigers line up in their "power" package, which basically is a Power-I from the shotgun formation. Tre Mason will have 2 lead blockers on the play. At the snap, the 2 lead blockers shift to the left, which pulls the defense in that direction. Tre Mason takes to 2 steps inside and elects to bounce the play outside to his right. Prior to his sharp cut outside, the LB over top has committed inside and Avery Young seals the DE inside. Mason bounces outside and immediately has the edge as he races to the sideline. Once he turns up field, it's all speed down the sideline until he has to cut inside of a CB, who has an angle on him inside the 10-yard line. Mason avoids the late tackle and scores on a 53-yard run. Auburn will likely need a big game from 2 of their 3 RB's and Mason is the most probable to have that kind of a game against an Aggie defense struggling against the run.
  10. If Auburn runs any Wildcat formations against the Aggies without Marshall or Johnson taking the snap, I hope Cameron Artis-Payne is pulling the trigger. CAP has done a solid job in the few times he has taken the snaps in the Wildcat and has proven to be a quality inside runner. The combination of CAP and Grant gives Auburn a similar punch as McFadden and Jones did at Arkansas in 2006, though Artis-Payne lacks the break away speed of McFadden. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 13 from the WCU 19-yard line. Auburn comes out in their wildcat formation with an unbalanced line. Note that Shon Coleman is actually playing TE on this play and will likely have a similar role against Texas A&M. Before the snap, Corey Grant comes in motion on the speed-sweep but CAP will fake the outside option. Cameron Artis-Payne keeps the ball with Jay Prosch taking out the DE as Alex Kozan pulls left, becoming a lead blocker for CAP. Avery Young and Kozan open up a gaping hole inside for Artis-Payne, who drives ahead for a 16-yard gain and an Auburn first down. The play sets up a touchdown on the next Auburn snap.
  11. With the losses of Avery Young and Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn will need Patrick Miller and CJ Uzomah to step up to fill the voids left behind. Though Miller and Uzomah still have some physical growing up to do, their work ethic cannot be questioned. Auburn's biggest gain against Vanderbilt involved the great play of both players. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 4 from their own 26-yard line. Auburn will run off tackle from an Ace Formation with CJ Uzomah and Patrick Miller opening up a gaping hole for Tre Mason to dart through. Bringing Onterio McCalebb in motion over the top of the formation and Jay Prosch blocking the backside, freezes the LB's, allowing Tre Mason to pop into the secondary. On the play Tre Mason has one man to beat once through the "C" gap and he is able to cut inside and through the safety dropping down in run support. He then races laterally across the field towards the sideline, where he extends the play for a 34-yard gain. In frame #3, you can see Uzomah taking out the OLB and Patrick Miller crushing the DE. Both players are still trying to find that level of consistency in their game but they have shown loads of potential in terms of their effort to improve as individual players. Different angle... This view reveals how the Vandy MLB (#36) is initially in position to play the "C" gap but he takes himself out of position because of McCalebb and Prosch moving in the opposite direction. This is why I believe it is important to have more plays designed with both RB's on the field. The play also reveals how physical Tre Mason can play despite being 5-9, 195. He's always quick to the hole and he has great vision to transition into the secondary once he has an opening to work with.
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