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  1. Over the years I have noticed a trend in many of the Auburn seasons that were special. Most of them were followed up by average or slightly above average seasons. Now there are numerous factors involved such as the loss of key starters, the loss of a large senior class or a quality senior class. A noticeable trend I picked up on was the number of close ball games during the special season. If there were at least 5 close games during the special season, the odds of a major fall off the following year increased. Check out the numbers... 1972 (10-1) The Tigers were 5-0 in games decided by 7-poi
  2. 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-
  3. If Auburn is going to capture their second BCS National Championship, it will require the type of offensive production the Tigers had against Missouri in the SECCG. Tre Mason set conference records with 304-yards rushing and 46 attempts against Mizzu. The Associated Press SEC Offensive Player of the Year will be a key component, when Auburn clashes with the Seminoles. Tre Mason will enter the National Championship Game as the leading rusher in the Southeastern Conference and first-team All-SEC. On this play Auburn faces a 1st & 10 from their own 21-yard line. Auburn runs their buck-swee
  4. 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.
  5. During the last 2 games, Auburn has expanded the offensive roles of Ricardo Louis and Corey Grant, which I believe to be preparation for the showdown with Alabama. The majority of the explosive plays made this season have been through Nick Marshall, Tre Mason and Sammie Coates. By expanding the roles of Grant and Louis, the offense becomes even more difficult to defend. The two have combined for 97 offensive touches, averaging 10.5 yards per play. They have combined for 31 explosive plays and 42 first downs. On this play the Auburn offense faces a 2nd & 8 from the UGA 48-yard line. Aubu
  6. 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
  7. Last season during 12 games, the Auburn offense produced 64 run-plays of 10-yards or more. This season through 11 games, the Auburn offense has totaled 112 such run-plays. The combination of an improved OL, execution and play-calling has resulted in a massive overhaul to the offense. One area Auburn must exploit against the Alabama defense is running the ball on first-down. The Auburn offense is currently No. 2 nationally averaging 6.87 yards per rush on first-down. The Alabama defense is currently No. 52 nationally, allowing 4.27 yards per rush on first-down. On this play Auburn has a 1st
  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 Gran
  9. The obvious key to the success of the Auburn running game is the offensive line, which has been one of the best in the country. The Tigers will play host to the Georgia Bulldogs with the No. 3 rushing attack in the country ignited with the dynamic play of Nick Marshall and his RB's. Through 10 games the Auburn offense has produced the 2nd most 10-yard plus runs in the nation, which all comes back to a very physical OL that has taken pride in pushing the offense down the field. During the last 3 games, Auburn has run the football 82.3% of the time, leaning heavily on the OL. On this play Aub
  10. One apparent advantage Auburn has coming into the Georgia game is Red Zone offense vs. Georgia's Red Zone defense. The Tigers are currently No. 14 nationally in scoring touchdowns inside the red zone and the Georgia defense is No. 101 in allowing red zone touchdowns. Auburn is No. 28 nationally in offensive red zone appearances and the Bulldogs are No. 53 in permitting red zone appearances. On the average, Auburn has 4 red zone appearances per game, which means they must take advantage of these scoring opportunities when they surface against the Bulldogs. On this play Auburn faces and 2nd &
  11. No running back in the country has been as productive inside the red zone as Auburn's Tre Mason this season. He leads the country in rushing yardage inside the red zone. He is No. 1 in generating first downs inside the red zone and has scored the 2nd most rushing TD's inside the red zone. He is No. 4 in terms of overall carries inside the opponent's 20-yard line, providing a comfort zone for the Auburn offense, which is No. 14 nationally in TD percentage inside the red zone. On this play Auburn has the ball at the Tennessee 20-yard line, 1st & 10. Auburn will attempt to run Mason betwee
  12. The Auburn offense is No. 1 nationally in rushing yardage gained inside the opponent's red zone and No. 6 in yards per rush, which is the primary reason they have been so successful once inside the opponent's 20-yard line. When they need to throw the ball inside the red zone, Auburn is No. 28 nationally in terms of pass-efficiency inside the opponent's 20-yard line. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 2 from the Arkansas 4-yard line. The Tigers will run their zone-read play with Nick Marshall and Tre Mason. Tre Mason has scored 12 of his 13 rushing touchdowns inside the red zone, averagin
  13. One of the best offensive plays during the Arkansas game was the draw-play Gus Malzahn called an audible, facing a 3rd & 10. One of the primary luxuries of going no-huddle is the additional time Malzahn has to survey the opposing defense in the event he wants to change the play. Auburn faces a 3rd & 10 from the Arkansas 11-yard line after a delay of game penalty. Before the snap, Jay Prosch shifts from his left to the right of the formation, which pulls the LB's over top to their left away from the eventual point of attack. At the snap Nick Marshall will roll to his right, pulling t
  14. If Auburn is to utilize their Wildcat package against Arkansas, I hope Cameron Artis-Payne is taking the snap from center. He has been extremely effective running the Wildcat this season and he has proven to be the most reliable. With Corey Grant being such a dangerous threat on the perimeter, CAP has been able to wrack up a few great runs from the Wildcat. Though Grant has only 45 carries on the season, 15 of them have been for 10-yards or more this season. On this play Auburn faces a 1st & 10 from their own 22-yard line coming out in their Wildcat set. Just before the snap Corey Grant
  15. One of the keys to success for the Auburn offense is the ability to basically run the same play from different formations as well as running various plays from the same formation.Many of Newton's run plays during 2010 were designed quarterback runs or scrambles. Auburn is actually running more "true" zone-read plays this season than 2010, which has forced opposing defenses to respect every possible run-option. On this play Auburn Auburn has the ball at the FAU 8-yard line on a 3rd & 2. Auburn comes out in a 3-WR set with 2 backs in the backfield along with Nick Marshall. At the snap. Ni
  16. During clipbit #4, we saw the inside option off the read zone play. Here we explore the outside option basically in the same circumstance as the previous clipbit. Once again we find the Auburn offense in scoring range with the intent of running their read zone. Auburn has a 2nd & 7 from the FAU 10-yard line. Even though Gus Malzahn intends to run the same read option, he does it from a different formation the second time around. This time the formation is a 2-WR set with a TE, FB and RB in the backfield along with Nick Marshall. At the snap Nick Marshall will make the same read on the
  17. There is no doubt the addition of Nick Marshall to the Auburn offense has made the offense far more dynamic. During the 6 games Marshall has appeared in this season, he's been directly involved in 34 of Auburn's 50 impact plays. He has picked up 22 first downs running the football this season. When you consider a first down is basically worth 1.4 points, that's an additional 31 points this season Marshall has added to the scoring by running the football. Though there are aspects of his passing game he needs to improve, Marshall has certainly shown the ability to deliver under pressure. On t
  18. Corey Grant has done a splendid job replacing Onterio McCalebb in the role of Auburn's speed-perimeter RB. Through 7 games Grant has put up a better average per carry than any of the 4 seasons McCalebb compiled from 2009-2012. Grant has also recorded more impact plays through 7 games than McCalebb did through 7 games into any season. Despite having only 38 carries through 7 games, 15 of them have resulted in a first down or TD and 13 have been for at least 10-yards. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 10 from their own 35. The Tigers come out with Nick Marshall under center and Auburn in
  19. The zone-read play has become a focal point of the Auburn offense the last 2 conference games and will likely continue to be the case moving forward. Coach Rhett Lashlee stated they have worked relentlessly on the execution of the play because they know Auburn will face different schemes defending the play. With this in mind, Auburn is building other plays from the zone-read look, adding yet another option to the play. On this play Auburn has the ball at their own 38-yard line with a 1st & 10. Before the snap, Marcus Davis will motion left to right to pull an extra defender to his side
  20. 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
  21. 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 Sho
  22. With Auburn having a significant statistical edge in the running game coming into the TAMU game, it will be vital for Auburn's personnel to execute well this Saturday. Generating explosive plays will be essential, so Auburn needs their RB's to have a good game. Corey Grant comes into the game, averaging 10-yards per rush on his 33 carries. He has recorded 11 runs of 10-yards or more this season. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 7 from their own 49-yard line. Before the play, the Auburn offense huddles, with the backfield remaining in a huddle as the remainder of the team lines up for t
  23. One player to watch out for this Saturday against Texas A&M is Ricardo Louis. The coaching staff has been utilizing him in a similar role as they did Terrelll Zachery during 2009 and 2010. With his size and speed, Louis can make impact plays in the passing as well as the running game. He enters the game with 21 offensive touches, averaging 8.2 yards per play. He has produced 8 first downs from his minimal touches. On this play, Auburn will run their speed-sweep option play with Jeremy Johnson and Ricardo Louis. Ricardo Louis comes into the backfield from right to left just before the sn
  24. 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
  25. Jeremy Johnson had a great debut against the Catamounts, throwing for 4 TD passes, while completing 81 percent of his passes. Perhaps one of his best passes of the day came during Auburn's second possession of the game. The Auburn offense has a first & goal on the WCU 8-yard line. The Tigers come out in their Wildcat set in an unbalanced line. This is often a run formation but the Tigers will pass on this play. Before the snap, Cameron Artis-Payne comes in motion from the right to left, on the speed-sweep look. Jeremy Johnson will play-action with CAP and roll to his right as Jay Prosc
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