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  1. Something Auburn might need of Nick Marshall this week down in Baton Rouge is his ability to pick up extra first downs with his feet. Last season Jonathan Wallace and Kiehl Frazier combined for 10 first downs rushing the football. Nick Marshall through 3 games already has 7. Last week against Mississippi State, Marshall picked up 2 first downs on the game-winning drive by rushing for them. Over the past 25 seasons an Auburn first down has been worth 1.4 points. This season it's worth 1.5 points through 3 games. Marshall clearly has the ability to extend drives with his athletic ability and Aub
  2. If Auburn is to pull the upset on No. 6 LSU in Baton Rouge, the Auburn OL will have to play well. It will be a physical contest and the team with the better running game normally comes out victorious. Auburn enters the game with an average of 239.3 yards rushing per game but struggled last week running between the tackles. Corey Grant could be a player to watch for against LSU, especially if Gus Malzahn elects to include him in the passing game. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & goal at the MSU 14-yard line intent to run on the play. Though the play did not convert for a TD, it was a go
  3. When it comes to the Auburn passing game under Gus Malzahn, you count on him calling and designing plays to give his skill players an opportunity to generate an explosive play. When these occasions arise, the offensive players must take advantage of their opportunities. This was the case, when Trovon Reed was matched up 1 on 1 with Ryan White on a deep sideline route during the first period. The play... On this play the offense has a 1st & 10 from their own 45. Before the snap, the safety on the boundary side cheats up for run support so Kiehl Frazier knows he has Reed 1 on 1 with the
  4. Kiehl Frazier finished the A-Day game with a QB rating of 148.7 and Jonathan Wallace checked in at 148.6. A closer look at both quarterbacks reveals Wallace had the better game, when it counted. On 3rd down, Wallace converted 5 of 9 third down situations (55.6%), throwing the football, while Frazier converted 2 of 7 (28.6%). With Wallace primarily facing the No. 1 defense, his conversion rate really stands out in comparison. Wallace attempted 26 passes, generating 5 plays of 15-yards or more and Frazier had 2 of 16 attempts. In terms of generating impact plays, Wallace had the better ratio. T
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. Inside the Numbers: Tre Mason had a career high 181-yards rushing on just 12 carries, including a career run of 86-yards for a TD. Mason now has 920-yards rushing on the season. Onterio McCalebb began his Auburn career with a 100-yard rushing effort and finishes his career at home with over 100-yards rushing. Currently the RB combination of Tre Mason and Onterio McCalebb is averaging 6.20 yards per rush. This is the 7th best rushing average by a combination of 2 running backs since 1970. Jonathan Wallace was only 10 of 18 in passing but 11 of his pass attempts were intermediate
  8. One of the most notable improvements in the Auburn pass-offense since Jonathan Wallace has become the starter is his willingness to target receivers down field first. With Kiehl Frazier at quarterback, he averaged a pass play of 15-yards or more every 5.7 pass attempts. Clint Moseley's ratio dropped Auburn to 1 every 7.5 attempts. Jonathan Wallace currently has a ratio of 1 every 3.0 attempts. Since 1992 Auburn has averaged a pass play of 15-yards or more every 5.5 attempts. The best ratio from 1992-2012 was 1 every 4.2 attempts during the 2010 season. The play... On this play Auburn faces
  9. One of the elements I looked forward to seeing in Scot Loeffler's offense was the range of motioning and shifting to create the most desired match ups with the opposing defense. The offensive movement before the snap will often expose what the opposing defense is attempting to do in their secondary, giving the quarterback an edge to where he will throw the football. It also creates opportunities for the WR's by matching them up with LB's and safeties in coverage. Setting up Emory Blake... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 12 from the Aggie 36-yard line. Auburn's initial formation is a
  10. For the first time this season, football was finally fun for the Auburn players recording only their second victory of the season. Their previous victory against ULM went down to the wire after the Tigers blew a 28-14 third quarter lead. After a slow start against New Mexico State, Scot Loeffler went back to what Auburn has done best this season, running the football. The Tigers finished the game with a season high, 311-yards rushing on only 45 carries. Tre Mason and Onterio McCalebb both racked up over 100-yards rushing as Auburn became the more physical team as the game progressed. Garner
  11. One of the elements I looked forward to seeing in Scot Loeffler's offense was the range of motioning and shifting to create the most desired match ups with the opposing defense. The offensive movement before the snap will often expose what the opposing defense is attempting to do in their secondary, giving the quarterback an edge to where he will throw the football. It also creates opportunities for the WR's by matching them up with LB's and safeties in coverage. Setting up Emory Blake... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 12 from the Aggie 36-yard line. Auburn's initial formation is a
  12. It was the worst first quarter of Auburn football that I have witnessed in the 35-years I have followed Auburn football. It then transformed into the worst first half of Auburn football and eventually the worst defensive performance I have ever seen by an Auburn defense. The only highlight of the evening was watching a true freshman quarterback play his heart out, giving a lifeless Auburn offense a much needed spark. I enjoyed watching Mr. Wallace play so much, I wanted the Aggies to score as quickly as possible just so I could see what Wallace had up his sleeve on the next offensive possessi
  13. Sticking with the theme of a renewed focus on the running game against Ole Miss, having both backs on the field would be an effective option against the Rebels. This has been set up by Onterio McCalebb splitting out as a WR and he caught an out-pass against Arkansas during a 5-WR set. Having both backs on the field at the same time and both in the backfield just before the snap forces the opposing defense to cover every run possibility. The play... On this play Auburn has Onterio McCalebb lined up as a WR just before the snap. Auburn has the ball at their own 23-yard line with a 1st &1
  14. Through 5 games into the season the Auburn defense has allowed their opponent to convert 40.0 percent of their 3rd downs during the first half and 29.7 percent during the second half. Auburn’s average distance required to convert on 3rd down against Arkansas was 11.5 yards. This was due to the sacks and penalties taken on 1st and 2nd down because the offense actually averaged 6.5 yards per play on first down. Third down defense was good against Arkansas and Auburn has only allowed 2 of 18 third downs of 10-yards or more to be converted this season. Auburn increased it’s percentage
  15. 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
  16. It's difficult to be overly critical of a team that lost to the No. 2 in the nation by 2 points. It seemed like every time Auburn made a positive play, it was matched by a negative play. The defense clearly played well enough to win this game but in the end, it was the offense that prevented Auburn from securing a memorable upset. The offense crossed midfield only 1 time during the second half, finishing with only 183-yards in total offense. There simply were too many negative plays on offense and a surprising number of perimeter run plays. In a game, the coaching staff lacked confidence in th
  17. I believe the majority of Auburn fans knew this game could be a concern and the fact Auburn won the game was a positive in that regard. Of course the concern remains we were concerned about a game against Louisiana-Monroe to start with. Rather than focus on why Auburn is where they are through 43 games into the Gene Chizik era, I will say this current squad needed a victory in the worst way. It would have been great had Auburn secured the football and walked away with a 38-21 type of game but at this point, I would take any form of a victory just to give these players something to build on. Th
  18. Starting off the season 0-2 and losing to Mississippi State by 18 during the 4th year of rebuilding process has to raise eyebrows and concerns about the near future of this 2012 team. Based on what we have seen through 2 games, one has to wonder if this team can pull out a conference victory this season. Forget about talent, depth and schemes because the major concern will be the mentality of this team going forward. As much as we have spoken of youth, will the coaching staff be able to convince this young team to compete and fight at a high level, when it appears the same things that went bad
  19. Against Clemson Kiehl Frazier was able to generate 5 impact plays in the passing game. Of his 27 pass attempts, I thought his best play of the night was the 3rd & 9 pickup he made during the 3rd period. This was the play that revealed all the potential the young quarterback has for the future. The play... Early in the 3rd period Auburn faces a 3rd & 9 from their own 41-yard line. Scot Loeffler elects to go with a 3-WR set and max protection to give his quarterback time to go through his progressions. On this play Clemson rushes only 3 and covers with 8. Frazier initially drops in
  20. Yesterday Dee Ford complimented Avery Young, stating Young had the "it" factor. Ford went onto explain what he meant by "it" factor, basically stating that Young had the natural competitive drive of a Ray Lewis. Going back and reviewing the Clemson game, it is apparent Greg Robinson and Avery Young will be mainstays at the tackle position for the Auburn Tigers. Neither player played like their red shirt & true freshman status. Avery Young... Sometimes when you go back and review a game, you will see plenty of action you missed the first time, especially when it comes to the play up fro
  21. Though his starting debut was not one for the record books, there were plenty of positives about Kiehl Frazier's performance against Clemson. He was nervous early on but that was to be expected considering it was his first start, not to mention the venue and caliber of opponent. I'm sure there were a couple of throws he would like to have back but it did not change the fact he made some key completions during the game. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 12 from their own 48-yard line. Auburn breaks the huddle in a 2-WR and 2-TE set with both receivers and 1 TE aligned to the
  22. One of the reasons for Auburn’s low completion percentage last night was the target area. Last season 33.9 percent of the passes attempted by the Auburn offense was intermediate and long range passes. Last night Loeffler and Frazier attacked this area 62.9 percent of the time. Though the pass completion pct was low, Auburn did have 5 impact pass plays. This might be a positive note that despite Frazier making his first start, Loeffler reframed from throwing a bunch of garbage passes, which would have given Frazier a higher completion percentage but for less damage to the opponent. This is also
  23. Of the 4 categories Auburn needed to win at least 3 of 4, they barely managed to obtain 2 of 4. They had over 100-yards rushing and did average over 7.0 yards per pass attempt. They failed to hold Clemson under 140-yards rushing and failed to complete at least 50 percent of their passes. Once again, a strong reminder that separately, these goals don't appear to be too difficult but accomplishing them all in the same game can be. I was hoping that if Auburn could keep it close late into the final period, special teams might generate the game winning play. In the end, Auburn simply could not sto
  24. If you were to take the top 30 percent of the nation’s quarterbacks from 2000-2012, only 20.3 percent were sophomores based on quarterback rating. As expected, seniors appear more frequently, followed by juniors and freshmen were at the bottom with 7.8 percent. Experience is always a huge factor for quarterbacks as they tend to mature with age and experience. The trend is that sophomore quarterbacks triple their production from their freshman year. The good news for sophomore Kiehl Frazier is that he should have a solid supporting cast of skill players along with an offensive line, which w
  25. We all know our coaching staff keeps information close to the vest, but we have continually seen our coaches talk about the "lack of seperation" between the QB's, and the "lack of consistency" between the QB's. One thing I am wondering, and hopefully AUQBDAD will be able to answer, is "Do you think that the inconsistency and lack of seperation is due to both QB's having to share the reps"? If we were to have named a QB back in the Spring, and that QB worked all Summer and Fall knowing they were "THE" guy, would the consistency and seperation be more evident? I have to believe that it would
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