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  2. Perhaps the biggest key for the Auburn defense this Saturday night will be defending the Gamecock running game. The Gamecocks are currently averaging 220-yards rushing during their last 4 games. Steve Spurrier will lean heavily on Mike Davis to control the tempo of the game and to keep his porous defense off the field. Auburn has drastically improved their run-defense from last season, which was ranked No. 63 nationally, allowing 163-yards per game. This season Auburn is allowing 120-yards per game, ranked 24th nationally. Though it appears Auburn has improved upon their run-defense, they have
  3. The name of the game in pass-offense is placing the defense in situations, which result in mismatches on the field. One of the reasons why Duke Williams has been so successful this season is the ability of Auburn to set him up for success. Though the running game is not playing at the level of last season (very few have), it still remains the primary component opposing teams must control to have defensive success against the Tigers. By lining Williams up in the slot, it is an almost given he will be covered by a LB or safety, especially on first-down. In obvious passing situations, opposing te
  4. With Duke Williams being the primary target 30.5% of the time in the passing game, opposing defenses are now shifting and adjusting their coverages to match up with Williams. This should create opportunities for the other Auburn receivers in the pass-offense. Because Sammie Coates has been slowed by an early-season knee injury, Auburn's coaches have been pushing for other players to step up. One of those options has been Quan Bray. During the last couple of games, Quan Bray has been more involved in the offense and he is currently on pace to have his best season as an Auburn wide-receiver. Th
  5. One of the reasons for Nick Marshall's drop in completion percentage this season is the lack of short to intermediate pass attempts through 6 games. Last season through Marshall's first 6 games, he attempted 17.4% of his passes beyond 20-yards of the line of scrimmage. This season it is 22.3%. Last season through his first 6 games, 35.7% of his pass attempts were beyond 10-yards of the line of scrimmage. This season it is 43.1%. Though his ratio of impact pass-plays has improved from last season, Auburn has missed out on opportunities to extend drives by attempting deep passes on third-down ra
  6. Through the first 5 games of the season, Auburn made up for their lack of a pass-rush from their front-4, with a variety of blitzes. Against Mississippi State, Auburn's blitzes were always a step behind resulting in only 4 quarterback hurries and 1 sack. Through 6 games the Auburn DL is responsible for only 58.1% of the teams quarterback hurries and 50% of the team's sacks. Last season the DL was responsible for 92.2% of the sacks and 83.6% of the team's quarterback hurries. Angelo Blackson recorded his first sack of the season against Mississippi State, which is today's clipbit. The play...
  7. With half the regular season in the books, Auburn is currently No. 15 in rushing and No. 4 in the conference. Hoping to add some additional spark to the offense and Auburn's 262-yards rushing per game, Gus Malzahn gave Roc Thomas his first meaningful snaps of the season against Mississippi State. Auburn suffered their first loss of the season but Thomas had 42-yards on 6 carries during his limited role in the Auburn game plan for the Bulldogs. The true freshman currently has 19 carries on the season, averaging 5.68 yards per rush. Despite his limited action, he has converted this 19 carries in
  8. Game #6 Statistical Evaluation (Miss State) Offensive Report Card: 01) Avg 6-yards per play on 1st down: 5.62 fail 02) Convert at least 40% of 3rd downs: 40.0% pass 03) Avg at least 4.5 yards per rush: 5.39 pass 04) Score on at least 1/3 of possessions: 33.3% pass 05) Keep 3 and out series under 33%: 33.3% fail 06) Average 8.0 yards per pass attempt: 5.97 yards fail 07) Score at least 75% inside red zone: 66.7% fail 08) TD red zone above 60%: 33.3% fail 09) Avg at least 30-yards per possession: 29.4 yards fail 10) 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring drives: 43.6% pass 11
  9. Coming into the Mississippi State game, Auburn was 3-18 since 1981, when trailing by 14 or more points after the 1st quarter and 6-29-1, when trailing by at least 10. This made the 21-0 deficit after the 1st quarter almost impossible to recover. Gus Malzahn stressed the importance of starting off the game productively, which Auburn failed to do. After the first 4 possessions, Auburn had 85-yards of total offense and zero points. MSU had 142-yards and 21 points. For the remainder of the game Auburn gained 356-yards and 23 points to MSU's 327-yards and 17 points. Because of the two early turno
  10. Last season the Mississippi State defense held Tre Mason and Cameron Artis-Payne to 47-yards on 16 combined carries. The strength of the MSU defense is found in their front-7 this season and it will be interesting to see how Auburn matches up with Bulldogs this Saturday. CAP enters the game averaging over 118-yards rushing per game and it will be a major challenge for Auburn to maintain this average against the No. 11 run-defense in the nation. Of the 24 combined carries by CAP, Mason and Grant last season, 14 were held to 3-yards or less against MSU. Corey Grant had the most success against M
  11. 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
  12. During the last 20 meetings against LSU, Auburn has won the "tackle for loss battle" only 3 times, tied it 2 times and lost it 15 times. Last season against LSU, Auburn lost a low-scoring battle with LSU (14-12) but was dominated at the line of scrimmage. LSU recorded 14 TFL to Auburn's 5. This has always been a very physical match up and this year's game should be no different. If Auburn is to be competitive, they must win their share of battles up front against the Bayou-Tigers. On this play MSU will attempt to run their zone-read play but the play is blown up by Nosa Eguae and finished o
  13. 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.
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. If the Auburn defense is going to have success against the LSU offense, Ellis Johnson will need to call a more aggressive game. We will likely see more man coverage so that Auburn can overload in run-support. This also means the potential of giving up big plays but it's the gamble Johnson will likely have to take Saturday night. Zach Mettenberger has gotten off to a great start for LSU but has struggled when facing 3rd & 10 or longer. On the flip side, Auburn's defense has only given up 4 of 20 conversions on 3rd down, when the opponent has faced 10-yards or more to convert. On this pla
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. One of the aspects of Gus Malzahn's offense I was hoping to see upon his return in 2013 was the natural evolution of his offense. He is not the same coach he was when he broke into the collegiate ranks back in 2006. Over time he had to learn to adjust his offense to what would work at this level. Having broke down many of his offensive plays since 2009, I have already noticed new plays and formations this season he did not utilize from 2009-2011. As creative and dynamic as his offense has been, it's good to know he is always searching for something new to add to his playbook. On this play A
  20. Quarterbacks are often judged on championships or their individual performances in the clutch. Nick Marshall was given the opportunity to drive his offense close to length of the field in under 2 minutes, with a TD needed to win the game. Marshall and the Auburn offense delivered capping off the drive with a brilliantly executed play. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 7 from the MSU 11-yard line with only 15 seconds left in the game and trailing by 3. Because Auburn still has one timeout remaining, they have the luxury of actually running the football, which means the Bulldogs must defe
  21. Coming into the season Auburn lacked proven experience at the WR position and the coaching staff counted on Quan Bray to step up being a veteran player. He came into the Mississippi State game with 47 career offensive touches but had yet to record an offensive play of 30-yards or more. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 7 from their own 24-yard line, coming out in a 4-WR set. Quan Bray is lined up at the bottom (out of view in frame #1), with 1 on 1 coverage by the corner. At the snap, Nick Marshall mishandles the snap and the CB can be seen looking back into the backfield at this moment
  22. Upon Further Review of the Mississippi State Game: Auburn's 3rd down defense is indicative of Ellis Johnson's halftime adjustments through 3 games. The Tigers have allowed a conversion rate of 53.8 percent during the first half and only 25.0 percent during the second half. It's nearly perfect in the 4th quarter with Auburn allowing 1 conversion on 12 attempts. Auburn's opponent has converted 27.6% of their 3rd downs with at least 6-yards needed and 20% with at least 10-yards needed. Through 3 games into the season, 44.6% of Auburn's offensive snaps have resulted in 5-yards or more, wh
  23. 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
  24. Game #3 Statistical Evaluation (Miss State Game) 2013 Offensive Report Card 1) Average 6-yards per play on 1st down: 6.22 (pass) 2) Convert at least 40 pct of 3rd downs: 46.7 % pct (pass) 3) Average at least 4.5 yards per rush: 3.33 YPC (fail) 4) Score on 1/3 of your offensive possessions: 41.7% (pass) 5) Keep "3 and out" series under 33%: 25.0% (pass) 6) Average 8.0 yards per pass attempt: 9.97 (pass) 7) Score above 75% in red zone: 100% (pass) 8) TD Red Zone above 60%: 33.3% (fail) 9) Average 30-yards per possession: 38.2 YPP (pass) 10) 40% of offensive snaps being part of a scori
  25. * Auburn has gone 24 consecutive games without the starting quarterback passing for at least 200-yards during a game. Barrett Trotter was the last QB to do so, coming against Utah State during 2011. You would have to go back to 1982 through 1984 for the last 24-game drought without 200-yards passing. * Auburn has gone 95 consecutive games without having a 200-yard rusher during a game from the runningback position. Kenny Irons (2005-LSU) was the last RB to accomplish the feat. * Auburn has gone 63 consecutive games without a shutout. The last coming against La.-Monroe in 2008. * Auburn has
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