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  1. Some fans keep commenting on Auburn needing to find an offensive identity, which is puzzling to comprehend. Auburn through 6 games is No. 21 nationally averaging 487-yards per game and No. 15, in scoring-offense, averaging 39 PPG. A team that is struggling to find it's offensive identity looks like Florida or Vanderbilt. They certainly don't look like a team that averages over 480-yards per game and nearly 40 PPG. To put things in perspective, consider the following. From 1990-2013, only 13 of 288 SEC teams (4.5%) finished the season averaging over 480-yards per game. The Auburn run-offense,
  2. This LSU team might end up with 5-6 losses before the season is out but tonight's performance should not be discounted. There was a lot more talent on this LSU squad than the 1999 version Auburn defeated by the same score, 41-7. Auburn's 34-point victory tonight was the largest margin of victory over a ranked SEC opponent at home since 1950. Auburn defeated a ranked Florida team at home in 1969, by a score of 38-12. I felt that Auburn would get LSU's best shot tonight, with their backs against the wall, after losing to Mississippi State the week before. Auburn quickly jumped on the visiting Ti
  3. Through less than 4 seasons C.J. Uzomah has only been targeted 37 times but he has made the most of his opportunities. The senior tight end enters the LSU game with 20 career receptions, which have resulted in 16 first downs or touchdowns. 13 of his 20 receptions have resulted in an impact play or gain of 15-yards or more. Despite his ability to make plays, the tight end position in the Gus Malzahn offense has never been utilized much in the passing game until his offense arrives inside the red zone. This is where Uzomah has played at his best in terms of making critical receptions. The play.
  4. 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
  5. 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 o
  6. D'haquille Williams clearly lived up to all the preseason hype, catching 9 passes for 154-yards against the Razorbacks. He led all offensive players with 5 impact plays or plays of 15-yards or more. He became only the 4th Auburn WR to record at least 5 impact plays during a game against a conference opponent from 1992-2014. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 6 from the Razorback 18-yard line. The Tigers come out in a 4-WR set with D'haquille Williams lined up in the slot on the wide-side of the field. Arkansas responds with a nickel package and their safeties playing deep of
  7. On this play Auburn will show a run look, facing a second down. The Tigers come out in a 2-WR set with both TE's on the field. Just before the snap the boundary corner will begin to edge towards the line with the intent to blitz off the edge. Jeremy Johnson will play-action with Cameron Artis-Payne, knowing he has an open receiver in Melvin Ray. Johnson delivers his pass over the blitzing corner as Ray utilizes his vertical advantage to haul in the quick pass from Johnson. The safety comes in late and Ray is able to break the 1 on 1 tackle attempt. After breaking the tackle, Melvin Ray spe
  8. The Auburn Tigers kicked off the season with a 45-21 victory that was a tale of two halves. Auburn jumped out to a 21-7 lead, only to see the Razorbacks rally to tie the game at 21 by halftime. The Tigers played an inspired second-half, dominating the Hogs, 24-0 during the final two quarters. As well as Jeremy Johnson performed during the first half, it was the return of Nick Marshall that opened up the Tigers powerful run assault. The second-half performance of the Auburn defense marked the first time since the 2011 Florida game, Auburn shutout their conference opponent, during the final t
  9. From 2000-2013, there have been 18 SEC quarterbacks to pass for at least 1500-yards and rush for at least 400-yards in the same season. Here is an offensive comparison of those 18 teams compared to the remainder of the conference... Run-Offense: Dual-threat QB Offenses ......... 213.9 YPG on 5.13 yards per rush Remainder of the SEC ............ 155.8 YPG on 4.18 yards per rush Pass-Offense: Pass rating of dual-threat QB offenses ........ 147.5 Remainder of the SEC ............................... 128.2 * The dual-threat QB's had a higher pass completion, better TD/INT ratio and gained
  10. As productive as the Auburn running game has been this season, it still has limitations if the pass-offense isn't a factor. During these next three games, Auburn will need more production out of it's passing game to keep the opposing defenses honest. Georgia and Alabama have the potential to score into the 30's, which means Auburn will need to be more balanced on offense to be competitive. During the first 4 FBS games of the season Auburn had a pass rating of 128.1. During the last 4 FBS games Auburn's pass rating improved to 163.2. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 7 from the Razorback
  11. It was a blue-collar performance tonight and it's exactly what this team needed considering the health status of starting quarterback Nick Marshall. The Auburn coaching staff obviously felt they could be extremely vanilla offense and it would be enough for the Tigers to come out of Fayetteville with a victory. Auburn won the game tonight with a strong running game, strong kicking game and turnovers. Though the defense had issues stopping the run, they once again rose to the occasion inside the red zone, which was a major key to the victory. Auburn scored 28 points inside the red zone to 17 sco
  12. During practice Gus Malzahn and Rhett Lashlee place a heavy premium on the players executing their play-fakes. It's these gestures, movements and fakes with or without the football that often sell the play and or freeze the defense. If Auburn can succeed in creating hesitation or early commitment by the opposing defense, it opens the window of opportunity in generating explosive plays. In this particular case it is the combination of a play-action and the RB selling the "run" look that opens up the play. On this play Auburn has the ball at their own 33-yard line with a 1st & 10. The Tig
  13. Being the No. 5 run-offense in the nation requires a very good OL and quality RB's. Auburn possesses both along with athletic quarterbacks in Nick Marshall and Jeremy Johnson. Having a quarterback with the ability to make plays with his feet places additional pressure on opposing defenses because they have to adjust with an extra runner on the field. Even in an empty backfield set, the defense must account for Nick Marshall or pay the price if they fail to do so. On this play Auburn has the ball at their own 38-yard line, facing a 2nd & 8. The Tigers come out in a 4-WR look with Tre Mas
  14. The No. 11 Auburn Tigers improved their record to 7-1 and with 2 top-10 teams losing above them Saturday, Auburn will likely move up to No. 9 this week in the polls. It was a solid performance by the Auburn Tigers and a "blue collar" approach to the victory. The Tigers leaned heavily on their running game, dominating the line of scrimmage against the Owls by out-rushing FAU 422-yards to 97. Hopefully the injury to Nick Marshall's shoulder is minimal because the offense is centered around his ability top operate the zone-read. Jeremy Johnson did a solid job substituting for the injured Marshall
  15. Gus Malzahn recorded his first signature game with a road victory over a top-10 ranked team and it was a glorious team effort. Yes, the defense gave up a boatload of yardage and points but that was expected. They did make critical plays during the game and snuffed out the Aggies possible game-winning drive. Both defenses failed to stop the other team's strength on offense. Auburn could not stop the Aggie pass-offense and TAMU could not stop the Auburn run-offense. This difference in the game was how each defense handled the secondary phase of the opposing offense. Auburn held the Aggies to 3.3
  16. 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 & 1
  17. Despite the level of competition this past Saturday, the debut of Jeremy Johnson raised the excitement level among Auburn fans. There have been so many positive changes in 2013 for the Auburn Tigers prior to game #6 but Johnson certainly brought it to a new level. Even if Johnson's future is not now, we saw enough against WCU to want to see more. Now that he has played and the red shirt is off, it will be intriguing to see how Gus Malzahn utilizes Jeremy Johnson from this point on. On this play Auburn has the ball at the WCU 47-yard line, 1st & 10. The Auburn offense is in a 4-WR set w
  18. Breaking down where the ball is being targeted during Auburn's last 3 games, has Tony Stevens stock rising in the Tiger pass-offense. Auburn's top-4 targeted WR's during the last 3 games are Ricardo Louis (15), Marcus Davis (11), Sammie Coates (10) and Tony Stevens (6). At 6-4, 190, Tony Stevens makes for a big target, especially when lined up in the slot. Though he has only 5 receptions in the last 3 games, 4 have resulted in a first down or TD. On this play Auburn has the ball at the WCU 22-yd line, coming out in a 4-WR set. Tony Stevens is lined up on the slot with a safety matched up wi
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. There were no surprises in the outcome of the game as Auburn was expected to handily defeat Western Carolina. The team should be praised for maintaining their composure and not having too many mental errors. The Auburn offense set a school record with 712-yards in total offense, scoring on 9 of their 12 possessions. The defense played a solid game except for the 2 long pass plays allowed during the second half. To their credit, they regained their composure after both plays and prevented the Catamounts from gaining any points off the two plays. Jeremy Johnson was the focus of this game as the
  24. I was flipping through my Google News page when I saw a link to AUtigers.com (I'll put a link at the bottom of the post) that said as of today 4 of our 2013 signees have started taking classes. The site is a scout.com paid site. From the small preview blurb, I can see 3 names: 1. Jeremy Johnson, QB, Carver HS, Montgomery, AL 2. Kamryn Melton, CB, Dothan HS, Dothan, AL 3. Deon Mix, OL, South Panola HS, Batesville, MS Can anybody confirm this? If it is true, then JJ getting to campus and being able to work with the team 2+ weeks before NM is huge IMO. Link EDIT: Fourth player to start taki
  25. According to Justin Hokenson of Rivals.com.... Jeremy Johnson, 6-foot-6, 215 lbs, from Carver HS in Montgomery HS has named AU as his early favorite! Johnson is believed by many to be the TOP QB in the state of Alabama for 2013 and possibly one of the best in the nation! He BURST onto the scene with a stellar performance at the Hoover 7-on-7 event last year, while competing against and BEATING top teams from across the country (like Kiehl Frazier's Shiloh team and CJ Uzomah's North Gwinnett team, among MANY others) to take the championship! He started out as a WR his freshman year, but moved
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