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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 Sta
  2. Ricardo Louis has recently struggled at times in the passing game but his speed is something Gus Malzahn wants to utilize. He only caught 1 pass against the Gamecocks for 7-yards but the Tigers utilized him in the running game and he gained 102-yards on just 3 carries. Two of his 3 runs resulted in impact plays as he was 1 of 9 different players involved in an impact play against South Carolina. The Play... On this play Auburn has a 1st & 10 from their own 25-yard line. Auburn will run their speed-sweep with Ricardo Louis. During the past few games, Corey Grant has been taken away on t
  3. I expected the game might be close at halftime with Auburn pulling away during the second-half, via their run-offense. With basically 3 weeks to prepare for the Auburn defense, I thought we would see some new wrinkles by the Gamecock offense but I did not expect Steve Spurrier to give his team every possible chance to make it a ball game. He took some major risks, when it came to the six fourth-down calls and onside-kick but it almost paid off for what he himself, stated would have been his biggest victory of coaching career. When South Carolina gambled on their first fourth-down play at their
  4. Last season the Mississippi State defense held Tre Mason and Cameron Artis-Payne to 47-yards on 16 combined carries. The strength of the MSU defense is found in their front-7 this season and it will be interesting to see how Auburn matches up with Bulldogs this Saturday. CAP enters the game averaging over 118-yards rushing per game and it will be a major challenge for Auburn to maintain this average against the No. 11 run-defense in the nation. Of the 24 combined carries by CAP, Mason and Grant last season, 14 were held to 3-yards or less against MSU. Corey Grant had the most success against M
  5. After carrying the ball 10 times during each of the first 2 games, Corey Grant's rush attempts have dropped to an average of 6 per game during Auburn's last 3 games. Though Grant was never intended to be the featured RB, I do believe it is important to have him involved in the offensive game plan. Because of his ability to go the distance from anywhere on the field, he should have at least 10 offensive touches per game. It will be interesting to see what his role will be this week against Mississippi State. It will likely be difficult to run between the tackles so Grant could be a key contribu
  6. One of the recent myths heard over and over the past two Auburn games is that Auburn is running into 8-9 men in the box the majority of the time. The majority of Auburn's offensive sets have a 3-WR look which means the most defenders the defense can place in the box before the snap is 8. In reality, Auburn is facing no more than 7 in the box the majority of the time. Go back to the 2010 season and the Iron Bowl. Gary Danielson made a comment about how Alabama elected to play Auburn's inside QB power play. He pointed out how LSU waited in their lanes, allowing Auburn to move towards them. Alab
  7. One area Auburn needs drastic improvement upon is their pass-offense on first-down. Auburn is currently No. 117 nationally, completing only 50 percent of their passes on first-down. One of the reasons for the low percentage is the type of passes being thrown on first down. Auburn has thrown a higher number of vertical passes on first down this season, which has resulted in a low completion percentage. Note that Auburn has run fewer WR screens than we normally see in a Gus Malzahn pass-offense. Auburn is currently No. 45 nationally, averaging 6.52 yards per play on first down. We all know how v
  8. Last season Corey Grant had a limited role in the Auburn offense when it came to actual touches. Grant carried the ball just 66 times during the 2013 season and caught 4 passes. He played in all 14 games during the past season but was limited to 5 carries or less during 9 games. With the departure of Tre Mason, look for Grant's role in the offense to likely expand in 2014. Though he had less than 70 carries during 2013, Grant made the most of his opportunities. He averaged nearly 10-yards per rush and scored 6 rushing touchdowns. 14.8% of Tre Mason's rush attempts went for 10-yards or more. C
  9. Auburn might not lead the nation in rushing in 2014 as they did during 2013 but the components are in place for a top-10 rushing attack. The offensive line will be very good, Nick Marshall returns and there are plenty of options at the RB position. Brandon Fulse might not be Jay Prosch but Fulse is a special player in his own right. Checking in at 6-4, 272, Fulse is like having an extra pulling guard in the backfield. He certainly showed his worth during A-Day in the running game as well as pass-protection. 2-Back and 2-TE set: I believe this just might be my favorite set, especially when
  10. Cameron Artis-Payne finished the game with 97-yards on 12 carries for 8.1 yards per attempt. The level of competition he faced during A-Day should have resulted in a solid outing but there were several bright spots about his performance regardless of the competition. We know from last season, CAP possesses talent and speed is not one of his strengths. IMO, his vision, footwork and physical style are his primary attributes. Coming into A-Day, I was hoping to see CAP working towards getting north & south quickly. Tre Mason's biggest asset as a RB was his ability to hit the hole without hes
  11. For the season Auburn has run the ball 72.3 percent of the time and hopefully this will hold true against Florida State. Auburn has been efficient throwing the football when they want to but have struggled throwing when they have to. Nick Marshall has converted 20 of 68 third-down situations (29.4%), throwing the football this season. He has converted 15 of 32, running the football (46.8%). If Auburn finishes the game with more than 45 rush attempts, it's probably a good sign but if Marshall is called upon to throw the football more than 25 times, it's probably bad news for the Tigers. On t
  12. If Auburn is to defeat Florida State, their running game will need to be explosive against the Seminoles. Corey Grant could play a vital role against FSU, even with a limited number of offensive touches. Grant has only 65 carries for the season but he's made the most of them, averaging 10.0 yards per rush. This includes 35% of his rushes resulting in a first down along with 23 runs of 10-yards or more. Grant's ability to score on the perimeter keeps the inside running lanes open. On this play Auburn has the ball at their own 25-yard line, facing 1st &10. The Tigers will run their speed-
  13. Corey Grant enters the SECCG averaging 7.53 yards per rush in conference play. During Auburn's last 5 conference games, Grant has averaged 8.95 yards per rush with Auburn becoming reliant upon their read-option. Though he is likely to have only 5-8 offensive touches against Missouri, he possesses the potential to maximize each touch into a big play. His speed on the edge not only provides big plays from his carries, but he keeps the inside running lanes open because of his threat to go the distance on the edge. On this play against UAT, Auburn has a 1st & 10 from their own 28-yard line.
  14. Last Saturday against the Georgia Bulldogs, Auburn had an opportunity to put the game away during the first-half but red zone issues kept the Bulldogs in the ball game. Had the Tigers maxed out their RZ opportunities, the score could have been 42-10 at halftime rather than 27-10. When the Tigers square-off with Alabama next Saturday, they will face the No. 2 defense in allowing red zone opportunities. The Crimson Tide basically allow 2 RZ trips per game, which is why they have maintained a great scoring defense. During the last 4 meetings against Alabama, Auburn has a total of 5 red zone trips
  15. 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 Gran
  16. Jay Prosch registered his first 30-yard plus play as an Auburn Tiger against Texas A&M, which set up an Auburn touchdown. Of Auburn's 13 impact plays (15+) tallied against the Aggies, 8 different Auburn Tigers were involved. Auburn's ability to spread the football around makes the offense far more difficult to defend. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 2 from their own 12-yard line. The Tigers come out in a 2-WR set and the QB under center. TAMU reacts with 11 defenders in the box, selling out to stop the run. At the snap Nick Marshall play-actions, which caught the Aggie defense fla
  17. Auburn enters game #7 with the No. 7 run-offense nationally vs. the No. 104 run-defense (Texas A&M). No matter who starts at quarterback for Auburn, the Tigers must obtain the most of their running game this coming Saturday. In terms of churning out 10+ yard runs, Auburn is No. 7 nationally and the Aggie defense is 114th in allowing them. Gus Malzahn is 36-6, when his run offense has at least 45 carries, averaging 37.4 PPG, when doing so. On this play Auburn has the ball at the Catamount 20-yard line and they will run a sweep to the left behind two pulling guards. This has always been a
  18. Though Tre Mason was held to 77-yards rushing on 21 carries against Ole Miss, the junior running back picked up an additional 62-yards on 3 receptions against the Rebels. Mason was involved in 2 pass plays of more than 25-yards as well as being the Tigers leading receiver that night. On this play Auburn sets up a screen pass to Tre Mason. Auburn comes out in a 4-WR set to spread the Rebel defense out. At the snap, Nick Marshall looks off his intended target (Tre Mason) as Mason slips out of the backfield. Nick Marshall delivers the screen pass to Mason, who turns up field for a 29-yard gai
  19. One of the keys to success in the Gus Malzahn offense are the blocks carried out on the perimeter. With the various screen packages and speed-sweeps called, the personnel responsible for blocking in space become essential for productivity. The loss of Jaylon Denson for the season was a major loss because of his ability to seal the edge on perimeter plays. On this play Auburn will run a speed-sweep with Corey Grant. In order for the play to be successful, Auburn must be able to block in space to create a running lane for Grant. Jay Prosch lays the groundwork by taking out the OLB. Brandon Fu
  20. There are normally 5-6 times during a game, the offense will have an opportunity to generate a big play solely based on formation and previous tendencies. When these moments arise, it's up to the players to execute the play to maximize the probability for success. In this case, Gus Malzahn sets up the Ole Miss defense with a run-look but will actually execute a pass-play with the intent of freeing up the TE down the sideline. On this play Auburn comes out in a run-look and the Ole Miss defense bites immediately. The presnap look has Auburn with a FB and TE in the backfield and Corey Grant c
  21. The scoring projections for the Ole Miss game indicated a possible double-digit victory for the Tigers if they took care of the football and a close victory for Ole Miss if Auburn was careless with the football. Fortunately for the Tigers, the defense saved the day, when Auburn turned the ball over and Auburn cashed in on a pick-6, which was basically the difference in the game. Auburn has now turned the ball over in every game this season, which prevented them from winning the Mississippi State and Ole Miss games by a larger margin. Ball security must become a major priority for the Auburn co
  22. It appears Tre Mason might be separating himself from Cameron Artis-Payne to become the primary RB but CAP will still be a major component of Auburn's running game. Coach Gus Malzahn believes in having a trio of backs in the playing rotation in order to keep his ground game fresh as the game progresses. Though he only had 7 carries against LSU this past Saturday, CAP averaged 5.9 yards per carry. On this play Auburn has a 1st &10 at the LSU 12-yard line set to run their zone-read play. Cameron Artis-Payne is in at RB. At the snap, Nick Marshall reads the DE, who is playing the quarterba
  23. Tre Mason enters the Mississippi State game with 228 career carries of which 45 have been of 10-yards or more and 9 of 20-yards or more. Mason is a dynamic runner with a quick burst, great vision and good speed. He is a natural runner with great instincts and is decisive, when maneuvering. He recently spoke of Auburn's SEC opener against Mississippi State. “I am really looking forward to playing Mississippi State with it being a conference game,” junior running back Tre Mason said. “It’s a big game for us. Big-time players have to make big-time plays in big games so that is what I am looking f
  24. During game #2 against Arkansas State, Corey Grant was not involved as much in the offensive game plan despite Auburn running the football a few more times than they did against Washington State. Despite having fewer opportunities to touch the football, Grant still delivered an impact play during the game. On this play Auburn is faced with a 2nd & 3 from the Red Wolves 17-yard line. The Auburn offense will execute their jet-sweep with Corey Grant to the wide side of the field. At the snap, Brandon Fulse and Jay Prosch are lined up in the backfield and they will lead the charge to the ri
  25. Of the 43 passes attempted during the 2013 A-Day Game, more than half were screen passes. Gus Malzahn believes in peppering the opposing defense with WR-screens to stretch the defense sideline to sideline. It also sets up his vertical passing game, especially with delayed routes run off of a "screen" look. The Auburn offense cashed this play into two TD passes, both thrown by quarterback Jonathan Wallace. The play... The above play was initially set up with a series of WR-screen passes executed prior to this snap. During the previous screens, a TE is set up in the slot to be the lead block
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