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  1. 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
  2. D'haquille Williams has been a key component of the Auburn pass-offense this season. Of his 37 receptions this season, 29 have resulted in a first down or touchdown for the Auburn offense. This also includes 18 impact plays. Of his 15 receptions on third-down, 13 have resulted in a first down or touchdown. Against Ole Miss Nick Marshall made 4 critical completions on third-down, totaling 107-yards of offense. Marshall prior to the last bye-week was completing only 51% of his third-down passes. Since the bye-week, Marshall has completed 64% of his third down passes the last two games. The play
  3. During Ole Miss Clipbit #1, we witnessed Malzahn adding options to plays previously called. Sticking with this theme, we will see a play Nick Marshall has gashed opponents with by running the football. This time around he utilizes a third option and makes a pass from the same play, rather than running the football. Of the adjustments made during the bye-week after the MSU loss, Nick Marshall appears to have benefited the most, closely followed by Cameron Artis-Payne. Prior to the final bye-week, Marshall had completed 55% of his passes for 7.4 yards per attempt. He has a QB rating of 138.4 dur
  4. Auburn's 508-yards in total offense was the most yardage gained by an Auburn offense against a top-10 defense from 1981-2014. Despite a turnover, dropped TD pass and 13 penalties, Auburn was able to overcome adversity, to record a 35-31 victory over the 4th ranked Ole Miss Rebels. One of the keys to success on offense were the numerous plays Auburn called, which were secondary-options from previously called plays against South Carolina. Gus Malzahn counted on the Rebel defense to be familiar with the offensive game plan Auburn executed against the Gamecocks. Auburn showed similar formations an
  5. Game #8 Statistical Evaluation (Ole Miss Game) Offensive Report Card: 01) Avg 6-yards per play on 1st down: [7.67] pass 02) Convert at least 40% of 3rd downs: [46.2%] pass 03) Avg at least 4.5 yards per rush: [5.50] pass 04) Score on at least 1/3 of possessions: [38.5%] pass 05) Keep 3 and out series under 33%: [38.5%] fail 06) Average 8.0 yards per pass attempt: [11.54 yds] pass 07) Score at least 75% inside red zone: [80.0%] pass 08) TD red zone above 60%: [80.0%] pass 09) Avg at least 30-yards per possession: [39.0 yds] pass 10) 40% of offensive snaps part of scoring drive
  6. Auburn's red zone performance this Saturday night just might be the biggest key of the game. Auburn obviously needs to be able to establish the run and protect the football but red zone offense and defense will likely dictate the outcome of the game against the Rebels. During Auburn's 5 games at home, the Tigers have scored 20 TD's from 22 red zone trips (91%). During their 2 road games, Auburn has scored 3 TD's from 9 trips to the red zone (33%). Basically the same average number of trips to the red zone playing at home and on the road but a huge difference in TD percentage. Overall Auburn is
  7. One of the keys to success in Auburn's pass-defense this year has been the combination of solid secondary play and a more consistent pass-rush. We have seen more tight and press coverage this season by the Auburn secondary with great results. On the occasions Ellis Johnson has gone with tight coverage, it has allowed additional time for the DL to apply pressure on the opposing quarterback. On this play Carl Lawson is able to record a sack because Auburn went with press-coverage across the board. Many of the pass-plays by the Ole Miss offense were designed to be quick-developing and undernea
  8. Auburn's six quarterback sacks recorded against Ole Miss last Saturday night was the most by an Auburn defense since the 2005 Alabama game. Along with the 6 sacks were 14 additional QB hurries. Auburn's 2013 defense has already recorded more QB hurries through 5 games than they did during the 12 games of the 2012 season. Pressure on the quarterback without having to blitz is a major luxury but pressure from the interior line is priceless. If Auburn can continue their improved push from the DT position, the defense will become more dominant. On this play Auburn will run a twist with their 2
  9. Though Tre Mason was held to 77-yards rushing on 21 carries against Ole Miss, the junior running back picked up an additional 62-yards on 3 receptions against the Rebels. Mason was involved in 2 pass plays of more than 25-yards as well as being the Tigers leading receiver that night. On this play Auburn sets up a screen pass to Tre Mason. Auburn comes out in a 4-WR set to spread the Rebel defense out. At the snap, Nick Marshall looks off his intended target (Tre Mason) as Mason slips out of the backfield. Nick Marshall delivers the screen pass to Mason, who turns up field for a 29-yard gai
  10. One of the keys to success in the Gus Malzahn offense are the blocks carried out on the perimeter. With the various screen packages and speed-sweeps called, the personnel responsible for blocking in space become essential for productivity. The loss of Jaylon Denson for the season was a major loss because of his ability to seal the edge on perimeter plays. On this play Auburn will run a speed-sweep with Corey Grant. In order for the play to be successful, Auburn must be able to block in space to create a running lane for Grant. Jay Prosch lays the groundwork by taking out the OLB. Brandon Fu
  11. Coach Ellis Johnson had his DE's in a 2-point stance numerous times during the game to defend against the Ole Miss zone-read play. Having his DE's standing up, gave them better vision in the backfield, which positioned them into a better angle of attack. Bo Wallace and Jeff Scott combined for 23 carries for 58-yards on the night and 52 of those yards came on 1 play. The Auburn defense did a great job defending the zone-read play, which was the heart of the Ole Miss rushing attack. On this play Ole Miss is set to run their zone-read play. In frame #2, Bo Wallace attempts to read Carl Lawson
  12. Part of the defensive game plan against Ole Miss was to deploy DE's at the DT position, which would give Auburn an edge in speed and quickness up front. The plan worked as Auburn was able to apply pressure on the Ole Miss offense consistently throughout the contest. On this particular play, Auburn actually has 4 DE's across the front-4, resulting in a sack. On this play Auburn has 4 DE's on the line. Dee Ford, Elijah Daniel, Nosa Eguae and LaDarius Owens make up the Auburn front-4. At the snap, Dee Ford attempts to speed rush around the RT to come over top. The Ole Miss quarterback senses t
  13. There are normally 5-6 times during a game, the offense will have an opportunity to generate a big play solely based on formation and previous tendencies. When these moments arise, it's up to the players to execute the play to maximize the probability for success. In this case, Gus Malzahn sets up the Ole Miss defense with a run-look but will actually execute a pass-play with the intent of freeing up the TE down the sideline. On this play Auburn comes out in a run-look and the Ole Miss defense bites immediately. The presnap look has Auburn with a FB and TE in the backfield and Corey Grant c
  14. Even though Nick Marshall struggled at times in the passing game against Ole Miss, he did find his groove in the running game. It was the first time this season Gus Malzahn made a concerted effort to establish his starting quarterback in the running game. Marshall responded with 14 carries for 140-yards and a touchdown. Of his 14 carries, 5 went for more than 15-yards, which was the primary reason for Auburn's success on the ground. On this play Auburn will execute the zone-read with Ole Miss blitzing a CB off the edge. The key to Auburn's success against the Rebels was Marshall's ability t
  15. During the post game, Coach Ellis Johnson commended Coach Rodney Garner for his work and preparation with the Auburn DL this season. The DL was a work in progress, when the season began but to their credit, they have progressed along with the season. The DL had it's best game of the season in tackles, TFL, QB pressures and sacks. Some of the sacks came because of great coverage, forcing the Ole Miss QB to hold the ball longer than desired. On this play, the Ole Miss line will double-team Ben Bradley. This opens the door for the 3 remaining Auburn lineman. Gabe Wright beats the RG with a swa
  16. Something that could make the offense more explosive is the utilization of the RB's in the passing game. Flare passes, screens and wheel routes are easy completions for Nick Marshall and it allows the RB's to make plays in space. Because the RB's have been the most consistent performers within the offense this season, why not use them more often in the passing game. Tre Mason has been targeted as a receiver 8 times through 5 games and he's made all 8 receptions. He is currently on pace for 21 receptions in a 13-game season. On this play Gus Malzahn shows a run-heavy formation with 3 backs i
  17. Upon Further Review - Ole Miss Game The Auburn defense rose up on 3rd-down vs. Ole Miss, recording 4 sacks and 1 interception against the Rebels. Of their 19 3rd-down plays, Ole Miss was held to no gain 11 times and for a loss, 6 times. Coming into the Ole Miss game, the Auburn offense had converted only 1 of 11 third-downs during the second period. Against the Rebels, Auburn was 3 of 4 on third-downs during the second quarter. Of Auburn's 10 plays of 30-yards or more this season, 7 have come during the second half. In terms of consistency, 53.8% of the plays executed by the Aubur
  18. The scoring projections for the Ole Miss game indicated a possible double-digit victory for the Tigers if they took care of the football and a close victory for Ole Miss if Auburn was careless with the football. Fortunately for the Tigers, the defense saved the day, when Auburn turned the ball over and Auburn cashed in on a pick-6, which was basically the difference in the game. Auburn has now turned the ball over in every game this season, which prevented them from winning the Mississippi State and Ole Miss games by a larger margin. Ball security must become a major priority for the Auburn co
  19. Game #5 Statistical Evaluation (Ole Miss Game) 2013 Offensive Report Card 1) Average 6-yards per play on 1st down: 6.21 (pass) 2) Convert at least 40 pct of 3rd downs: 38.5 % pct (fail) 3) Average at least 4.5 yards per rush: 5.87 YPC (pass) 4) Score on 1/3 of your offensive possessions: 28.6% (fail) 5) Keep "3 and out" series under 33%: 35.7% (fail) 6) Average 8.0 yards per pass attempt: 5.47 (fail) 7) Score above 75% in red zone: 80.0% (pass) 8) TD Red Zone above 60%: 60.0% (fail) 9) Average 30-yards per possession: 28.8 YPP (fail) 10) 40% of offensive snaps being part of a scorin
  20. Although the Ole Miss offense garnered plenty of attention last season under Hugh Freeze, the Rebel defense also improved. The Rebels improved in total and scoring defense but their biggest and most shocking improvement came in forcing "negative plays". During the 2012 season, 8 teams from the SEC finished in the nation's top-25 of forcing plays for loss and turnovers. Of those 8 teams, Ole Miss had the No.1 defense in forcing negative plays with a national ranking of No. 4. The Rebels were No. 94 the season before. They are still a far cry from being a dominant defense but forcing negative
  21. * Of the 120 teams at the FBS level, 49.4 percent of the passes attempted during a game occurred when trailing on the scoreboard during 2012. * The Auburn pass-offense finished No. 107 nationally with 71.6 percent of their pass attempts occurring when trailing on the scoreboard, No. 13 in the conference. * The combined win percentage of the nation's top-25 teams that threw the ball the least, when trailing was .802. Six teams from the SEC, finished in the nation's top-25. This included Texas A&M, Alabama, LSU, Georgia, Ole Miss and South Carolina. Those 6 SEC teams combined for a record
  22. There is something everyone needs to realize... Gus and Hugh Freeze are good friends, have similar philosophies, and share many other characteristics. Going forward, I expect auburn and ole miss to battle over several recruits since both coaches will evaluate players similarly many times. It will be something many will need to embrace. We will not clash with bama, lsu or uga as often now, especially with offensive recruiting. I think we can have great success.
  23. 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
  24. Scot Loeffler made it a point to utilize Jay Prosch more frequently against Ole Miss, which will likely carry over to this Saturday against Vanderbilt. Jay Prosch helped polish off Auburn's best offensive possession this season, when the Tigers marched 74-yards in 13 plays, scoring on a Tre Mason 1-yard run. The longest play during the possession was 14-yards and the drive included 10 runs and only 3 passes. Flat pass to Jay Prosch... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & goal from the Ole Miss 9-yard line. Auburn comes out in an I-formation and 3 TE's. At the snap, Clint Moseley play-actio
  25. In an attempt to help establish the running game, Auburn utilized more of the wildcat package, which aided on 2 of Auburn's 4 scoring drives against Ole Miss. If this portion of the offense is to remain effective, Scot Loeffler will need to expand Jonathan Wallace's role in the offense. The give... On this particular wildcat set, Jonathan Wallace will give the ball to Onterio McCalebb with John Sullen pulling from left to right. The DE and LB both play the inside keep, which opens up the outside running lane for McCalebb. The key is the few seconds Wallace rides McCalebb before handing off
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