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  1. One of the many things I like about Gus Malzahn's offense is how he utilizes certain players as "role" players in his offense. Players like Onterio McCalebb, Corey Grant, Mario Fannin and Eric Smith would not have made a significant impact in more traditional styled offenses but Malzahn utilized their athletic abilities to provide an offensive role. Mario Fannin is an exception to the rule but when he was not the every down back under Malzahn, Gus still found a way of obtaining a productive role for him. Onterio McCalebb would have likely seen a limited role on offense under Tommy Tuberville
  2. Corey Grant has done a splendid job replacing Onterio McCalebb in the role of Auburn's speed-perimeter RB. Through 7 games Grant has put up a better average per carry than any of the 4 seasons McCalebb compiled from 2009-2012. Grant has also recorded more impact plays through 7 games than McCalebb did through 7 games into any season. Despite having only 38 carries through 7 games, 15 of them have resulted in a first down or TD and 13 have been for at least 10-yards. On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 10 from their own 35. The Tigers come out with Nick Marshall under center and Auburn in
  3. 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
  4. During game #2 against Arkansas State, Corey Grant was not involved as much in the offensive game plan despite Auburn running the football a few more times than they did against Washington State. Despite having fewer opportunities to touch the football, Grant still delivered an impact play during the game. On this play Auburn is faced with a 2nd & 3 from the Red Wolves 17-yard line. The Auburn offense will execute their jet-sweep with Corey Grant to the wide side of the field. At the snap, Brandon Fulse and Jay Prosch are lined up in the backfield and they will lead the charge to the ri
  5. One of the benefits of having an athletic quarterback (Nick Marshall) is the defense must account for his presence in the running game. Though Auburn primarily operates out of a 2-back and 3-WR set, Malzahn can increase the number of 4-WR sets this season. In most cases, the defense will play with only 6 men in the box and no more than 7 because of the "numbers" game. In this case Auburn has a 1st &10 from their own 25-yard line coming out in a 4-WR look. Washington State counters with 6 in the box and their safeties playing back for coverage. Auburn will execute a zone-read with Nick M
  6. Gene Chizik called them "explosive" plays and Gus Malzahn often refers to them as "wow" plays. I have always referred to them as "impact" plays but no matter what name they are given, they have a heavy influence on the outcome of games. Since 1992 Auburn has compiled a record of 99-21-2 (.820), when they record at least 8 plays of 15-yards or more during a game and a record of 73-63 (.536) with 7 or less. Since 1992 an impact play has been worth 3.7 points to an Auburn offense and 3.9 points in a Gus Malzahn offense. During the 3-year period Malzahn was the offensive coordinator at Auburn 79.
  7. In theory Auburn's recruiting classes from 2009-2012 should be an intricate part of the 2013 roster with leadership and experience provided by the recruiting classes from 2009 and 2010. On paper Auburn's last 4 recruiting classes finished in the nation's top-20 and 3 classes finished in the top-10 according to Scout.com. With an average recruiting ranking of No. 8 nationally, Auburn's 2013 roster should be loaded for Gus Malzahn's first season. A closer examination of Auburn's last 4 recruiting classes will expose the reality of attrition and why you never know what you truly have until the pl
  8. One quality I always appreciated and admired about Gus Malzahn's offense was his use of his runningbacks in his offense. He fielded two 1000-yard rushers at Arkansas in 2006. During 2007 at Tulsa he had one 1000-yard rusher and a second back with over 1000-yards receiving. In total, he had 2 backs with over 1300-yards in total offense and a third with 545-yards. During 2008 at Tulsa he had a 1000-yard rusher again and a total of 3 backs with over 550-yards in total offense. During 2009 at Auburn he had a 1000-yard rusher and a total of 3 backs with over 600-yards in total offense not to me
  9. 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
  10. During the second half there were a few times Scot Loeffler went no huddle with an up tempo. On Auburn's second possession of the second half, the Tigers went no huddle once they reached midfield. Auburn managed to march 63-yards on 6 plays before Emory Blake was stripped of the football inside the Georgia 10-yard line. Loeffler utilized a base formation of 2-WR's, TE, RB and FB during the drive. Once they went no huddle the offense would come to the line but audible accordingly to the Bulldog secondary. Square-In... On this play Auburn has the ball at their own 43-yard line facing a 1st &
  11. 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
  12. One play Auburn struggled with earlier in the season was the RB screen, which Auburn failed to complete. Against Georgia, the RB's were utilized more than normal in the passing game, including a screen-pass to Onterio McCalebb, which netted 34-yards. Screen passes are a great way of neutralizing an aggressive pass-rush and Auburn was able to burn the Georgia defense with the second quarter pass to McCalebb. Onterio McCalebb has proven to be a dangerous player in space, especially in the passing game. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 10 from their own 25-yard line. Before t
  13. With the 38-0 pounding Auburn took tonight against the Georgia Bulldogs, the Tigers have now lost 13 of their last 21 games and 10 of those 13 losses have been by 14 or more points. During the 4 years under Gene Chizik, Auburn has been defeated by at least 14 points on 12 occasions. Shug Jordan had 11 during his first 4 seasons, Barfield had 11, Dye had 3, Bowden had 2 and Tuberville had 9. The major difference among these coaches comes when you look at years No. 3 & 4. Shug Jordan had 2 losses of 14 or more points, Barfield had 4, Dye had 1, Bowden had 2 and Tuberville had 4. During th
  14. It's unfortunate Onterio McCalebb and Tre Mason have been forced to play behind such a young and inexperienced line. Even with all the offensive issues and woes the Auburn offense has gone through this season, Auburn's tandem of running backs have combined for 5.77 yards per rush. The problem is that it has come on only 22.3 combined carries per game this season. Against New Mexico State both backs eclipsed the 100-yard mark, including runs of 35-yards plus by both backs, something that has not been accomplished since the UTC game in 2010. Onterio McCalebb... On this play Auburn faces a 3r
  15. 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
  16. With the loss of Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn has become more reliant upon CJ Uzomah and Brandon Fulse. At 6-4, 250 CJ Uzomah has become the primary target at the TE position, when it comes to the pass-offense. Auburn quarterbacks have thrown to him 7 times in the last 2 games and Uzomah has caught 5 for 113-yards, including his first touchdown reception as an Auburn Tiger. The TD reception... On this play Auburn has the ball at the TAMU 27-yard line facing a 2nd & 7. Before the snap Onterio McCalebb who is lined up wide right like a receiver will motion back into the backfield on a "s
  17. In what was perhaps one of the worst games in school history, freshman quarterback Jonathan Wallace brought a ray of sunshine during the game as he saw his most significant action this season against Texas A&M. Scot Loeffler was finally allowed to cut the freshman loose and he responded with explosive play. Wallace finished the game with 122-yards passing on just 9 pass attempts for 2 TD's. He added an additional 70-yards rushing on 13 carries playing basically one half of football. The run... We had already seen what Jonathan Wallace brought to the game, operating within the wildcat p
  18. With the losses of Avery Young and Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn will need Patrick Miller and CJ Uzomah to step up to fill the voids left behind. Though Miller and Uzomah still have some physical growing up to do, their work ethic cannot be questioned. Auburn's biggest gain against Vanderbilt involved the great play of both players. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 4 from their own 26-yard line. Auburn will run off tackle from an Ace Formation with CJ Uzomah and Patrick Miller opening up a gaping hole for Tre Mason to dart through. Bringing Onterio McCalebb in motion over t
  19. If Auburn is going to have offensive success against Vanderbilt it will primarily come from the running game. Vanderbilt has been very solid against the pass but have been gashed by opposing run-offenses. The Tigers must remain committed to their running game, something they strayed away from during the second half of the Ole Miss game. During the first half of the Ole Miss game, Auburn ran the ball 81 percent of the time on first down, scoring 17 points. During the second half, Auburn ran the ball 62 percent of the time on first down before Ole Miss extended their lead to 34-20. Auburn scored
  20. 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
  21. * Through the first half of the season, Auburn's opponent has converted 42.2% of their 3rd downs during the first half and 29.5% during the second half. * Auburn's offense has converted only 19.0% of their 3rd downs during the 4th quarter, which explains why they have been outscored 62-3 during the same period this season. * 52.3% of the Rebel's offensive snaps resulted in a 5-yard gain or better, the highest percentage allowed through 6 games. * Auburn's defense has allowed over 200-yards in offense during the second half in 4 of 6 games. * 53.0% of Auburn's first down plays on offense ha
  22. 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
  23. Through 4 games into the 2012 season the Auburn offense is still searching for their identity on offense. The pass-offense is still attempting to become more consistent and the coaches have been incorporating a steady mixture of different players at the skill positions. The running game has primarily come from Onterio McCalebb and Tre Mason with Mike Blakely sprinkled in the lineup. Tre Mason currently leads the team with 275-yards rushing on 53 attempts. IMO, Tre Mason has performed well enough to garner more carries during the game. Until the pass-offense becomes more consistent Mason could
  24. 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
  25. Another play Auburn attempted to burn the aggressive LSU defense with was the counter play from the zone-read look. Auburn executed the play with Jonathan Wallace in at quarterback. The play was successful with Onterio McCalebb and Tre Mason carrying the football. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 7 from their own 34-yard line. At the snap, Jonathan Wallace hands off to Onterio McCalebb, who takes a step to his right, cutting back to the left. Chad Slade and Brandon Fulse pull from right to left to help open up a running lane for McCalebb. The play results in a 23-yard gain
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