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  1. Finding a second receiver to step up in 2014 to team up with Sammie Coates will be one of the primary goals for the Auburn offense. The Tigers fielded one of the top offenses in the nation during their BCS Championship run but a consistent tandem at WR could take the offense to a higher level of performance. With Nick Marshall returning at quarterback, the Auburn offense already has dynamic potential but adding another play maker at WR would truly stretch opposing defenses to the max. From 1970-2013, there has only been 5 occasions, where Auburn had a tandem of WR's or a TE to total at least
  2. Auburn comes into the Georgia game with the No. 3 ranked run-offense and will need every bit of that ability to muster enough points to outscore a very dangerous Bulldog offense. At the center of Auburn's SEC leading run-offense in quarterback Nick Marshall and running back Tre Mason. During their last 5 games playing together, the dynamic duo have averaged 237-yards per game combined on the ground. The primary reason for their success has been Nick Marshall's execution of the read-option. Marshall has done a splendid job of knowing when to keep the ball and when to deal it off to his running
  3. 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
  4. With the loss of Jaylon Denson, the addition of Tony Stevens becomes even more vital for the Auburn offense. The 4-star recruit has a great frame (6-3) to eventually become a physical presence but Auburn needs his athletic exploits now. With Marcus Davis taking advantage of his recent playing time, Tony Stevens must realize his opportunity could be now too. On this play Auburn is operating out of their 2-minute offense, facing a 2nd & 10 situation. Tony Stevens is lined up in the slot with the Tigers in a 4-WR set. The DB playing tight over him will actually come on a blitz, creating a
  5. 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
  6. With the injury to Jaylon Denson, Auburn really needs the younger receivers on the roster to step up. One of those players is true freshman Marcus Davis, who is currently the 3rd most targeted Auburn Tiger in their pass-offense. Over the past 2 games, he has been the 2nd most targeted player. Though he has only 10 receptions on the season for a modest 8.7 yards per reception, 2 of them have been "impact plays" and 4 have resulted in a first down or TD. On this play Auburn has a 3rd & 5 situation, coming out in a 4-WR set against the LSU defense. Marcus Davis is in the slot to the right
  7. Something Gus Malzahn will likely test the waters with is his screen packages to his WR's against LSU. LSU in the past has done a great job defending them but it remains a primary aspect of Malzahn's offense to stretch defenses out side line to side line as well as setting up the running game and vertical passes. I expect to see some vertical passes off the screen game against LSU, we have not seen executed during the first 3 games. On this play Auburn runs a quick screen to Ricardo Louis on 1st down. The play is set up with a run-heavy look, which is expected from a Malzahn offense on firs
  8. Over the past couple of seasons, a play Auburn fans spoke frequently about was the slant pass. The comments were normally regarding the lack of slant passes by the offense and the frequency of the Auburn defense being burned by it. Auburn picked up a third-down conversion against the Red Wolves utilizing the slant pass to Jaylon Denson. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 5 from their own 20-yard line. Auburn comes out in a 4-WR set with Jaylon Denson in the slot on the wide side of the field. Arkansas State counters with tight coverage and an extra defender to blitz the quarterback. Not
  9. By midway in the final period of the Arkansas State game, Auburn was able to substitute backups into the game, which is almost always a good sign. It normally means the team was very successful on the field and allows younger players to receive valuable playing time to improve their game. In this case it meant the Auburn debut of Shon Coleman who has likely overcome more to reach this moment in his playing career to take a snap at Auburn than any other player in school history. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 10 from the Red Wolves 12-yard line. Shon Coleman has already been involved
  10. Auburn's offense registered 9 impact plays (15-yds or more) against the Red Wolves with 8 different Tigers getting into the mix. Trovon Reed opened up the explosive plays picking up the first one of the night. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 3 from the ASU 45-yard line. The Tigers come out in a 3-WR set with 2 WR's stacked at the top of the formation on the boundary side. ASU counters by stacking their DB's, leaving the safety responsible for covering Trovon Reed. At the snap Jaylon Denson drives the CB inside creating space outside to Trovon Reed. Nick Marshall rolls to his left del
  11. I thought Jaylon Denson might be one of Auburn's top receivers this season as the Tigers "possession" type receiver. Against Washington State Denson was targeted 3 times, making 1 reception on the day. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 6 from their own 26-yard line. Auburn comes out in a 3-WR set with Jaylon Denson split out wide on the wide side of the field. At the snap Nick Marshall looks off Denson to the boundary side of the field. The CB covering Denson has man coverage and lines up nearly 8-yards off the line of scrimmage. Denson drives off the line as if he is running a deeper
  12. Corey Grant joined some elite company against Washington State, becoming only the 6th Auburn RB since 1992 to register at least 4 run plays of 15-yards or more during the same game. James Bostic did it during 1992 & 1993, Stephen Davis during 1995, Rudi Johnson during 2000, Ronnie Brown in 2002 and Michael Dyer during 2010. On this play Auburn has the ball 1st & 10 from their own 37-yard line. In a 3-WR set, Auburn will execute their zone-read play with Nick Marshall and Corey Grant. Marshall rides Grant out until the last possible second, getting the DE to crash down. Once Corey G
  13. Impact or explosive plays is defined as plays of 15-yards or more. Since 1992, Auburn has averaged 7.3 impact plays per game. Impact plays account for only 11.1% of Auburn's offensive snaps but account for 50.7% of the total yardage gained on offense. Since 1992 an impact play on offense for Auburn has been worth 3.68 points. Since 1992, Auburn has compiled a record of 93-19-2, when generating at least 8 impact plays during a game. The above numbers clearly indicate why impact or explosive plays are so critical on offense. In this day & age of football, establishing long sustained dri
  14. During the past 2 seasons (2011 & 2012), the Auburn offense compiled 40 plays of 30-yards or more on offense. The 2010 Auburn offense generated 47 big plays during it's run to a BCS National Championship. Over the past 25 years of Auburn football, the Tiger offense has averaged 22 big plays per season. The 2010 Auburn offense easily maintains the record for the most 30-yard plays during this time period and likely for the history of the program. The 2004 Auburn offense was No. 2 on the list with 38 such plays. During Gus Malzahn's 7 seasons as a collegiate coach, his offenses have averag
  15. One of the highlights of the 2013 Auburn A-Day game was JUCO transfer, Cameron Artis-Payne, who was named Offensive MVP of the game. He was involved in the longest offensive play of the game, a 42-yard pass from Kiehl Frazier. The play... On this play, Auburn's offense sets up the defense with what appears to be a dig route to Jaylon Denson on the boundary side. At the snap, Kiehl Frazier sells the "dig route" by turning his shoulders towards Denson. (Note in Image #2 how the defense reacts to Denson) While Frazier sells the dig route, Cameron Artis-Payne slips out of the backfield into t
  16. Barrett Trotter is the last Auburn quarterback to pass for at least 200-yards during a single game, occurring 25 games ago during the 2011 season opener. It has become the longest drought by Auburn quarterbacks dating back to the 1982, 1983 and 1984 seasons. Auburn's leading passer over the past 25 games has averaged a mere 136.0 yards per game with a pass efficiency of just 120.1. During the 25-game period prior to the passing drought, Auburn's leading passer averaged 200.0 yards per game with a pass-efficiency of 166.0. During the past two seasons Auburn has started 4 different quarterback
  17. After carrying the football only 15 times combined from the LSU and Arkansas games, Tre Mason had 18 carries against Ole Miss during Auburn's 20-41 loss last Saturday. One of the primary concerns in featuring one running back is his ability to pass-protect and to be a reliable receiver out of the backfield. Tre Mason has only 2 receptions on the season but they have gone for 34 and 22-yards. Though his pass-protection has been questionable at times this season, it is an area he is improving on, which was displayed on the following play. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 5 f
  18. After what appeared to be a step forward during a close loss to LSU 2 weeks ago, the Auburn Tigers took 3 steps backwards with an embarrassing performance against a struggling Arkansas team. The game was Auburn's 7th loss by 14 or more points in their last 16 games and their 9th overall under Gene Chizik. The Auburn defense started off slowly but after the first 2 possessions, the Tigers held Arkansas to 20-yards or less in 6 of the next 7 possessions. The defense did enough to keep Auburn in the game through the first 3 quarters but the Auburn offense failed to score during their first 9 poss
  19. Through 4 games we have witnessed plenty of motion and shifting by the Auburn offense but not enough yards and points. The immediate assumption is there is something severely lacking in "play calling" but I believe it is more a lack of execution than it is play calling. I support this opinion based on the fact 68% of Auburn's offensive possessions have produced at least 1 first down, better than the 2009 and 2011 Auburn offense. The 2012 Auburn offense also has a "3 & out" percentage of 25 percent, 6th best among Auburn offenses over the past 20 years. Offensive production took a nose div
  20. Last season the Auburn pass-offense was No. 8 in the Southeastern Conference, generating impact plays or plays of 15-yards or more. There were multiple reasons why the Auburn passing game struggled in 2011 and one of them was the overall performance of the wide receiver position. Entering spring practice in 2012, the wide receiver position was a concern and remains a concern with the conclusion of spring practice. Though the primary objective this spring was to install Scot Loeffler’s offense, comments by position coach Trooper Taylor indicated the wide receivers were not progressing as hoped.
  21. Last season the Auburn pass-offense was No. 8 in the Southeastern Conference, generating impact plays or plays of 15-yards or more. There were multiple reasons why the Auburn passing game struggled in 2011 and one of them was the overall performance of the wide receiver position. Entering spring practice in 2012, the wide receiver position was a concern and remains a concern with the conclusion of spring practice. Though the primary objective this spring was to install Scot Loeffler’s offense, comments by position coach Trooper Taylor indicated the wide receivers were not progressing as hoped.
  22. Last season, Bernard Pierce and Matt Brown of Temple combined for 33 rushing TD's, 90 runs of 10-yards or more and 21 runs of 20-yards or more. Michael Dyer and Onterio McCalebb combined for 15 rushing TD's, 61 runs of 10-yards or more and 11 runs of 20-yards or more. Under Scot Leoffler, Pierce and Brown improved on their 2010 totals of 17 rushing TD's, 52 runs of 10-yards or more and 16 runs of 20-yards or more. A key element in Leoffler's run-offense is the misdirection and counter plays, which takes advantage of the vision and lateral skills his running backs possess. Mike Blakely, Tre
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