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  1. Game #12 Statistical Evaluation (Alabama Game) Offensive Report Card: 01) Avg 6-yards per play on 1st down: [5.64] fail 02) Convert at least 40% of 3rd downs: [47.4%] pass 03) Avg at least 4.5 yards per rush: [3.72] fail 04) Score on at least 1/3 of possessions: [61.5%] pass 05) Keep 3 and out series under 33%: [15.4%] pass 06) Average 8.0 yards per pass attempt: [10.6 yds] pass 07) Score at least 75% inside red zone: [87.5%] pass 08) TD red zone above 60%: [25.0%] fail 09) Avg at least 30-yards per possession: [45.0 yds] pass 10) 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring dri
  2. Post game Numbers & Thoughts: Prior to the 2014 Iron Bowl, Auburn had passed for a combined 446-yards during their last 4 meetings against the Tide. Nick Marshall passed for 456-yards last night. Prior to last night Alabama had allowed only 2.6 trips per game inside their red zone. Auburn had 8 trips last night but only scored 2 TD's. Alabama was No. 7 nationally in TD percentage allowed inside the RZ. Though Auburn had opportunities to score more points, their 27 points scored inside the RZ, far exceeded the 12.0 PPG Alabama had allowed inside the RZ prior to last night's game.
  3. One of the first things taught to young football players is never give up on the play. Not the kind of effort that allows you to stomp on an opposing player down the field but the kind of effort that allows you to make a fumble (Kris Frost) and the recovery (Cassanova McKinzy). Twenty-two games into the Gus Malzahn era, we have seen a team that never stops fighting, which is reflection of the coaching staff. There were plenty of mistakes made by the Auburn players but their effort kept them in the game and allowed them to come out victorious at the final whistle. It is this kind of effort that
  4. 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
  5. In Part II of Moving Forward, here is how the defense breaks down compared to 2013. Once again this is a 2014 mid-season comparison to the 2013 completed season, so the rankings are skewed to a degree. However, it does give us a general idea of how much the defense has appeared to have improved. The national rankings... Overall we see an average ranking of No. 33 nationally from the 15 statistical categories, compared to the No. 62 average ranking in 2013. Auburn is currently in the top-25 of 7 of the 15 categories, with a 34-point + swing in 8 categories. The most notable turnarounds come
  6. Through the first 5 games of the season, Auburn made up for their lack of a pass-rush from their front-4, with a variety of blitzes. Against Mississippi State, Auburn's blitzes were always a step behind resulting in only 4 quarterback hurries and 1 sack. Through 6 games the Auburn DL is responsible for only 58.1% of the teams quarterback hurries and 50% of the team's sacks. Last season the DL was responsible for 92.2% of the sacks and 83.6% of the team's quarterback hurries. Angelo Blackson recorded his first sack of the season against Mississippi State, which is today's clipbit. The play...
  7. Prior to this season, the Auburn defense had allowed an average of 182.7 yards rushing per game from 2011-2013. During that 39-game run, Auburn allowed the opponent to rush for over 200-yards, 18 times. Ellis Johnson made run-defense a high priority, when he arrived at Auburn and we are beginning to see the results. During the 2012 season Auburn finished at No. 100 in run-defense. The Tigers improved to No. 63 last season under Ellis Johnson and are currently No. 11 after 3 games into the 2014 season. Tackling has improved dramatically and the players appear far more comfortable in year #2 und
  8. Auburn's defense played a major role keeping the Tigers in the ball game, while the Auburn offense sputtered. If not for the performance of the Auburn defense, Kansas State would have pulled off a major upset over the 5th ranked Tigers. Ellis Johnson was creative with his blitz packages against the Wildcats. He brought pressure off the edge, pressure up the middle and called a few zone-blitzes. The Tigers were able to force 3 turnovers, 3 sacks and a total of 6 tackles for loss against Kansas State. The play... On this play Kansas State has the ball at the Auburn 13-yard line, facing a 2nd
  9. It certainly wasn't the result most Auburn supporters were hoping for but we should all be grateful Auburn left Manhattan, Kansas with a victory. Auburn's school record streaks of 200-yard rushing games and 30-point games came to end at the hands of the Kansas State defense. It was a Wildcat defense that was well coached, disciplined and quick to the point of attack. It took away the heart of the Auburn offense, which limited Auburn's explosive play ability. Fortunately for Auburn, the Tigers' defense came to play, holding Kansas State to under 300-yards of offense. If not for the first-half p
  10. During the season opener, the Auburn front-7 accounted for 50 percent of the team's tackles. Last season the front-7 dropped under 53 percent only 2 times out of 14-games. For the sake of this discussion, I included the "star" position as part of the front-7 totals. The defense clearly played more to its potential during the second half, holding the Razorbacks to just 2-yards rushing compared to the 151 allowed during the first half. The following breakdown is an example of the type of needed to make a major impact this season. The play... On this play Arkansas faces a 3rd & 4 at the A
  11. The following is a breakdown of the 2013 Auburn defense by quarter. Run-Defense: 1st Qt: 4.93 YPC (110th nationally) 2nd Qt: 4.04 YPC (89th nationally) 3rd Qt: 5.63 YPC (82nd nationally) 4th Qt: 3.88 YPC (36th nationally) Run-defense has been a major issue for the Auburn Tigers over the past 5 seasons, except for the 2010 season. The 2013 Auburn defense did manage to improve from No. 100 during 2012 to No. 62 in 2013. Except for a major slip during the third quarter, the numbers reveal Auburn played better run-defense as the game wore on last season. Hopefully this trend will
  12. Coach Ellis Johnson previously described the 2013 Auburn defense as being average overall but very good in "situational play". Auburn’s national rankings of No. 87 in total defense and No. 47 in scoring defense supports the “average” comment made by Auburn’s defensive coordinator. Auburn finished No. 13 in third-down defense and No. 10 in Red zone defense, which supports Johnson’s comment of being very good in situational play. Auburn was No. 10 in third-down defense against ranked opponents and No. 7 in Red zone defense against ranked competition. Proof that Auburn’s defense rose to the occ
  13. Examining areas Auburn needs to improve upon for 2014, we have already looked at Auburn's run-defense and pass-offense. In Part III we return back to the Auburn defense, taking a closer look at the Tigers ability to create turnovers. During the 2012 season the Auburn defense had only 2 interceptions and was able to make a substantial improvement during 2013 by picking off 13 passes. Despite the spike in interceptions, Auburn had only 19 forced-turnovers on the season. Moving forward, Coach Ellis Johnson will strive for continued improvement, when it comes to forcing more turnovers in 2014. Th
  14. Auburn’s amazing turnaround this past season will raise the preseason stock of the 2014 Auburn Tigers. Early preseason polls have Auburn ranked in the top-5, which we haven’t seen in a very long time. There will be high expectations for the 2014 team, primarily based on the accomplishments of the 2013 Auburn Tigers. As amazing as the 2013 season was, 7 of Auburn’s 14 games were decided by 8-points or less. Despite having an offense that established school records in total yardage, yards per game and run-offense, the Tigers found themselves in too many close games. If Auburn is to come close t
  15. One of the keys to success in Auburn's pass-defense this year has been the combination of solid secondary play and a more consistent pass-rush. We have seen more tight and press coverage this season by the Auburn secondary with great results. On the occasions Ellis Johnson has gone with tight coverage, it has allowed additional time for the DL to apply pressure on the opposing quarterback. On this play Carl Lawson is able to record a sack because Auburn went with press-coverage across the board. Many of the pass-plays by the Ole Miss offense were designed to be quick-developing and undernea
  16. Coach Ellis Johnson had his DE's in a 2-point stance numerous times during the game to defend against the Ole Miss zone-read play. Having his DE's standing up, gave them better vision in the backfield, which positioned them into a better angle of attack. Bo Wallace and Jeff Scott combined for 23 carries for 58-yards on the night and 52 of those yards came on 1 play. The Auburn defense did a great job defending the zone-read play, which was the heart of the Ole Miss rushing attack. On this play Ole Miss is set to run their zone-read play. In frame #2, Bo Wallace attempts to read Carl Lawson
  17. During the post game, Coach Ellis Johnson commended Coach Rodney Garner for his work and preparation with the Auburn DL this season. The DL was a work in progress, when the season began but to their credit, they have progressed along with the season. The DL had it's best game of the season in tackles, TFL, QB pressures and sacks. Some of the sacks came because of great coverage, forcing the Ole Miss QB to hold the ball longer than desired. On this play, the Ole Miss line will double-team Ben Bradley. This opens the door for the 3 remaining Auburn lineman. Gabe Wright beats the RG with a swa
  18. For the past 3 seasons, Auburn has struggled defending the run. During the last 26 games against FBS competition, the Tigers have allowed 200.9 yards per game on the ground at 4.93 yards per attempt. This includes 213.3 yards rushing per game against conference opponents at 5.16 yards per clip. Until Auburn begins to play better run-defense, the Tigers will continue to struggle competing against the better teams within the conference. Last season Auburn allowed 197.6 yards rushing per game, which has improved to 175.0 yards this season but nowhere close to where Coach Ellis Johnson wants. O
  19. Last season the Auburn defense had 55 quarterback hurries during the entire season. This season through 4 games, the defense has 41. Despite having a high number of key injuries on defense, Coach Ellis Johnson has still attempted to apply pressure on the opposing offense. We have seen more man coverage than the past couple of years and an aggressive approach to create negative plays. On this play LSU will attempt a play-action pass as Auburn elects to blitz Cassanova McKinzy off the edge. McKinzy had his best game of his Auburn career against LSU this past Saturday. He led the team with 8 t
  20. One of the areas Auburn's defense has improved on this season is tackles for loss. This was a trademark of an Ellis Johnson defense and we are already seeing his influence on the defense. Last season the Auburn defense was No. 68 nationally in tackles for loss (ratio) and are currently No. 48 through 4 games. Because the defense is still struggling in terms of yards allowed, the Tigers can offset this deficiency with tackles for loss and forced-turnovers. On this play LSU will attempt a play-action pass against the Auburn defense. LSU elects to double up on the two DT's, leaving a RB to blo
  21. If the Auburn defense is going to have success against the LSU offense, Ellis Johnson will need to call a more aggressive game. We will likely see more man coverage so that Auburn can overload in run-support. This also means the potential of giving up big plays but it's the gamble Johnson will likely have to take Saturday night. Zach Mettenberger has gotten off to a great start for LSU but has struggled when facing 3rd & 10 or longer. On the flip side, Auburn's defense has only given up 4 of 20 conversions on 3rd down, when the opponent has faced 10-yards or more to convert. On this pla
  22. With Justin Garrett being injured, Robenson Therezie has really stepped up for the Auburn defense. He currently leads the team in tackles and interceptions to go along with 2 tackles for loss. The initial plan by Ellis Johnson was to utilize Justin Garrett more on the runs and blitzes and for Therezie to be more involved in pass-defense as well as run support. On this play Robenson Therezie proves his worth on an outside blitz. He initially lines up as if he is running tight coverage on the slot WR. MSU has a 2nd & 7 from their own 12-yard line and Johnson wants to apply some pressure o
  23. Upon Further Review of the Mississippi State Game: Auburn's 3rd down defense is indicative of Ellis Johnson's halftime adjustments through 3 games. The Tigers have allowed a conversion rate of 53.8 percent during the first half and only 25.0 percent during the second half. It's nearly perfect in the 4th quarter with Auburn allowing 1 conversion on 12 attempts. Auburn's opponent has converted 27.6% of their 3rd downs with at least 6-yards needed and 20% with at least 10-yards needed. Through 3 games into the season, 44.6% of Auburn's offensive snaps have resulted in 5-yards or more, wh
  24. Last season was No. 73 nationally in TFL per game on defense primarily because of a lack of push by the Auburn front-4. This season under Defensive Coordinator Ellis Johnson and Coach Rodney Garner, the defense is currently No. 6 nationally in TFL per game and No. 2 in the SEC. The defense registered 13 tackles for loss this past Saturday against the Red Wolves, which had not been accomplished since 2004 against Kentucky. Through 2 games Auburn has recorded 29 quarterback hurries, which is more than half of the 55 recorded through 12 games during 2012. On this play Auburn will execute a dou
  25. It clearly was a "team" victory with Auburn ending Arkansas States 9-game winning streak, thumping the Red Wolves 38-9. The Auburn offense looked impressive early on, scoring TD's on their first 2 possessions of the game. Nick Marshall was 6 of 8 passing during the first 2 possessions but went 4 of 9 the remainder of the game. Gus Malzahn leaned heavily on the run-offense, when Marshall began to struggle and the running game delivered with a 300-yard performance. After the Auburn defense gave up 164-yards during the first 3 possessions, the Tigers settled in, allowing 171-yards during the next
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