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  1. Last season only 19.6% of Nick Marshall's pass attempts were in the intermediate range. This year it slightly increased to 21.0%. Last season 26.8% of Jeremy Johnson's pass attempts were in the intermediate range, increasing to 27.3% this season. Even though Nick Marshall did improve his passing this season, Auburn continued to lack the intermediate routes in their pass-offense. When Jeremy Johnson slides into the starting role in 2015, look for the Auburn pass-offense to be more lethal in terms of stretching the secondary throughout the entire field and not just on deep vertical routes. Johns
  2. During the past 2 games the Auburn offense has scored 8 TD's with 9 trips to the red zone. From 1993-2014 Auburn is 80-4 in games the Tigers make at least 4 trips to the RZ, scoring TD's at least 60% of the time. This is a revealing stat, which shows just how important RZ performance is to the success of the team. Last season Nick Marshall completed 56.5% of his passes in the RZ, compiling a QB rating of 163.7. This season Marshall has completed 68.4% of his passes for a QB rating of 243.8. Marshall is No. 8 nationally in pass-efficiency inside the RZ, among QB's with at least 10 pass attempts
  3. Freshman Braden Smith has seen mop up duty this season as an offensive tackle but the coaching staff has transitioned him to TE just as they did with Shon Coleman last season. It is a great way of getting him on the field during critical moments of the game and for Smith to gain valuable playing-experience. As a tightend he basically becomes a sixth offensive lineman on the field, giving the Tigers the ability to be more physical up front. The play... On this play Auburn has a 1st & 10 at the MSU 22-yard line. Auburn comes out in a 3-WR set with Braden Smith lined up as a TE, adjacent
  4. If Auburn is to leave Starkville, Mississippi with a victory this Saturday, Sammie Coates will likely play a major role on offense. Off to a slow start this season, Coates had not made his presence known on the field until the LSU game, when he made 4 impact plays during a 41-7 Auburn victory. Hopefully as his knee becomes 100%, he will continue to make big plays in the Auburn pass-offense. Last season the Auburn pass-offense generating 54 impact plays (15+ yards). This season they are on pace for 87 in the same number of games. Play #1... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 19 from thei
  5. Often the difference between a play of 15-yards or more and 30-yards or more is the blocking down field. In terms of a running play, it is likely the offensive line performed well enough to spring a 15+ yard run. In order to extend the play even further normally requires blocking down field, which means receivers and tight ends. While the Auburn OL is still searching for a level of consistency, the receivers and H-backs have struggled in their blocking assignments as well. This is one of the reasons why Coach Dameyune Craig has been so animated at times on the sideline this season. The play..
  6. Corey Grant has become more of an intricate part of the offense this season and he is making the most of his opportunity. Of course this has always been the case for Grant, who has proven to be dedicated on and off the field. Though he has only 95 career carries, Grant has made the most of them, averaging a whopping 8.97 yards per rush. This includes an average of 9.57 yards per carry in Gus Malzahn's offense. Of his 95 career rush attempts, 38.9% have resulted in a first down and 31.6% have been gains of 10-yards or more. This season he has proven to be a solid performer running between the t
  7. 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
  8. There wasn't very much to nitpick about when it came to the 2013 Auburn offense. The Tigers were No. 11 in total offense and No. 12 in scoring offense this past season, setting school records in total yardage and run-offense. They were not perfect but the Auburn running game was the driving force to Pasadena, California through Atlanta. If there were issues on offense, it primarily came in the pass-offense, with Nick Marshall growing into his position as the season progressed. The numbers... Auburn finished the season with the No. 1 ranked run-offense and the nation's No. 24 ranked pass-offe
  9. 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
  10. Upon Further Review - Texas A&M 2013 The second quarter continues to be a weak spot for the Auburn offense, when converting third-downs. The Tigers have converted 58.3% in the first, 40.9% in the third and 50.0% in the fourth. Auburn has converted only28.6% during the second period through 7 games. Through 7 games Auburn's opponent has converted only 8 of 43 third-down situations of at least 10-yards. Auburn has allowed 21 plays of 30-yards or more this season, with 17 coming via the passing game. The Auburn offense has generated 23 plays of 30-yards or more with 10 rushing an
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. Last season through 4 games Auburn was 1-3, averaging 298-yards and 17 PPG. This season through 4 games, the Tigers are 3-1 averaging 440-yards and 28 PPG. The primary reason for Auburn's improvement on offense has been execution, especially when it comes to blocking. We have witnessed improvement on the OL as well as the perimeter blocking by the WR's and TE's. Coach Gus Malzahn and his offensive staff are still pushing the team for continued improvement, when it comes to execution, especially with Auburn having entered their SEC portion of their schedule. On this play Auburn will run a qu
  14. 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
  15. Upon Further Review of LSU.... The second period continues to be pitfall for the Auburn offense through 4 games. Auburn has converted 55.6% of their 3rd downs during the first quarter, 40.0% during the 3rd period and 46.7% during the final quarter. During the 2nd quarter, Auburn has converted only 9.1% or 1 of 11. The Tigers went 0-4 against LSU during the second period, a quarter Auburn could have started their rally much sooner. The trend of playing better on defense during the second half continued for the Auburn Tigers last night against LSU. For the season opponents have converted 51
  16. If Auburn is going to be successful moving the football against the LSU defense this Saturday night, the Tigers will have to move the chains, which means creating manageable third-down situations. Last season Auburn struggled on third down because their average distance needed for a conversion was 8.3 yards. This season the Auburn offense has been more consistent on first down averaging well over 6-yards per play on first down. This has kept the third-down distance needed to 6.0 yards. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 5 from the MSU 31-yard line. Auburn comes out in a 4-WR set and C.J.
  17. If Auburn is to be competitive with LSU in Baton Rouge, Nick Marshall is going to have to be very efficient. It will likely be a game, he will be required to throw the football more than 25 times. If this is the case, hopefully Auburn is throwing the ball when they want to rather than when they have to. Marshall came up big against Mississippi State, especially during the 2-minute drive to win the game. One of the reasons for success was MSU playing their safeties deep over top and tight coverage underneath. Gus Malzahn gave Marshall combo-routes on both sides of the field in a 4-WR set, which
  18. 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
  19. If someone told me Auburn would be held to under 140-yards against MSU, I would have expected a loss. What a terrific finish for Nick Marshall and the Auburn offense. Redemption is always better, when it comes during the same game. Had the game-winning drive not happened, Nick Marshall would still be haunted by the missed opportunity on the long pass-play to Sammie Coates that would have certainly resulted in a go-ahead TD. As it played out, Marshall was given the opportunity to lead his offense on a game-winning drive and he delivered. He went 6 of 8 for 66-yards and picked up a critical 3rd
  20. Though Nick Marshall did not have a "game breaking" performance last night, he did improve from week #1. His overall QB rating improved from 96.4 to 170.3 and he was far more efficient throwing on 3rd down. Last week against WSU, Marshall had a rating of 104.6 on 3rd down, improving to 164.3 against ASU. Wide receiver Marcus Davis made his debut last night, catching 2 passes for 23-yards and a TD. He was the recipient of Nick Marshall's first TD pass in major college football. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 16 from the ASU 18-yard line. Auburn comes out in a 4-WR set with "trips" to
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