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  1. Through 10 games Cameron Artis-Payne has 1,276-yards rushing, averaging 5.59 yards per rush. Through the same number of games last season, Tre Mason had 1,038-yards on 5.73 yards per attempt. CAP has 22 plays of 15-yards or more this season compared to Mason's 13 through the same number of games. Against the Georgia Bulldogs Cameron Artis-Payne was held to just 86-yards rushing, though the senior RB had a 28-yard run called back on a holding penalty. CAP has been the most consistent performer on offense this season and currently leads the conference in rushing with two games remaining in the r
  2. Through 9 games Cameron Artis-Payne has 1190-yards rushing, exceeding the pace of Tre Mason's All-American season in 2013. Mason had 921-yards through 9 games in 2013 and both backs averaged 5.72 yards per rush up through 9 games. CAP averages a 10-yard run or better every 6.1 carries compared to Mason's ratio of 1 every 7.3 attempts. It will be difficult for CAP to close out the season as Mason did in 2013 but it doesn't change the fact CAP is on pace for a very special season of his own. He is currently on pace for a 1,700-yard plus season through 13 games. The senior running back has tot
  3. 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
  4. Cameron Artis-Payne might not be an "elite" RB but he is far from simply being average. His skill set is great vision, terrific lateral ability and quick feet. He doesn't possess game-breaking speed but he is a strong runner. The following play is a display of his skill set. The play.... On this play Auburn has a 1st & 10 from their own 42-yard line. Focus on the 3 defenders with the "red" arrows to appreciate this run. After taking the hand off, CAP initially steps towards the A-gap but a LB is able to shoot through the gap. CAP is forced to bounce the play outside, utilizing a great
  5. 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
  6. One of the question marks about the 2014 Auburn offense before the season began was the replacement of Tre Mason. Because of his experience and production, Cameron Artis-Payne was the obvious choice to become Auburn's "every down" back. So far through 2 games, CAP has made the most of his opportunity. He currently is the No. 2 rusher in the conference, averaging 144.5 yards per game. Though his style is different from Tre Mason, Artis-Payne has his own strong attributes as a running back. He has great vision, terrific lateral movement and strength to be a consistent performer and one of Auburn
  7. A primary area to watch for in 2014, when it comes to the Auburn offense will be their ability to run inside and throw over the top (over the LB's). Late in the 2013 season, opposing teams began to defend the edge to defend the running game to limit the damage caused by the Auburn running game.The following numbers will explain why... Tre Mason and Cameron Artis-Payne accounted for 408 carries last season. Nick Marshall, Corey Grant and Ricardo Louis accounted for 257carries. Mason and CAP accounted for a 10+ yard run every 6.1 carries, while Marshall, Grant and Louis did it every 3.5 attem
  8. Last season Corey Grant had a limited role in the Auburn offense when it came to actual touches. Grant carried the ball just 66 times during the 2013 season and caught 4 passes. He played in all 14 games during the past season but was limited to 5 carries or less during 9 games. With the departure of Tre Mason, look for Grant's role in the offense to likely expand in 2014. Though he had less than 70 carries during 2013, Grant made the most of his opportunities. He averaged nearly 10-yards per rush and scored 6 rushing touchdowns. 14.8% of Tre Mason's rush attempts went for 10-yards or more. C
  9. Auburn might not lead the nation in rushing in 2014 as they did during 2013 but the components are in place for a top-10 rushing attack. The offensive line will be very good, Nick Marshall returns and there are plenty of options at the RB position. Brandon Fulse might not be Jay Prosch but Fulse is a special player in his own right. Checking in at 6-4, 272, Fulse is like having an extra pulling guard in the backfield. He certainly showed his worth during A-Day in the running game as well as pass-protection. 2-Back and 2-TE set: I believe this just might be my favorite set, especially when
  10. Cameron Artis-Payne finished the game with 97-yards on 12 carries for 8.1 yards per attempt. The level of competition he faced during A-Day should have resulted in a solid outing but there were several bright spots about his performance regardless of the competition. We know from last season, CAP possesses talent and speed is not one of his strengths. IMO, his vision, footwork and physical style are his primary attributes. Coming into A-Day, I was hoping to see CAP working towards getting north & south quickly. Tre Mason's biggest asset as a RB was his ability to hit the hole without hes
  11. With the personnel (OL and RB's) returning for 2014, Auburn should have the capability of fielding another top-10 run-offense. During Gus Malzahn's previous eight seasons at the collegiate level, five of his run-offenses finished in the nation's top-15 and 4 finished in the top-10. Though Rhett Lashlee and Gus Malzahn will strive for continued improvement in the pass-offense this season, it will not change Malzahn's approach to being a run-first offense. History Notes: Over the past 8 seasons, Malzahn's run-offense has averaged 236.4 yards rushing per game on 5.39 yards per attempt. The
  12. Based on an efficiency rating, I ranked Auburn's top running backs since the 1970's. The rating formula consists of yards per game, yards per carry, TD ratio and strength of schedule. I selected 17 running backs for the comparison... Joe Cribbs, James Brooks, Lionel James, Bo Jackson, Brent Fullwood, James Joseph, Stacey Danley, James Bostic, Stephen Davis, Rudi Johnson, Carnell Williams, Ronnie Brown, Kenny Irons, Ben Tate, Onterio McCalebb, Michael Dyer and Tre Mason. All the running backs listed above were compared through 8 different categories and I've list the top-5 from each catego
  13. I did this feature back in 2012... If you have an appreciation for the running game, growing up on college football during the 1970’s was a grand and memorable time. The run-offense was primarily the heart of college offenses, which meant the running back was traditionally the featured player on most offenses. Over the past four decades offenses have become more dynamic and balanced but a superior running back can still take over a game at the collegiate level. There have been so many great running backs over the last 40 years it would be unfeasible to single out one as the greatest. Rather t
  14. During the 4 seasons under Gus Malzahn, the Auburn run-offense has become the dominant running game in the conference. Sorting the SEC rushing numbers during 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013, Auburn... 1) Leads the conference in 200-yard rushing games with 39 out of 54 games. Alabama is second behind Auburn. Auburn's 39 games of 200-yards or more accounts for nearly 1/4 of the 200-yard games totaled by the entire conference during the 4-year period. 2) Leads the conference with 42 individual performances of 100-yards rushing, followed by Alabama. 3) Has averaged 253.9 yards per game under Malzahn
  15. With 1621-yards rushing coming into the BCSNC Game, Tre Mason is obviously a key factor for the Auburn offense. There have been bigger, stronger and faster running backs to play at Auburn but Tre Mason has produced the 2nd best rushing season by an Auburn RB. What makes Mason so special is that he obtains the most of his attributes as a RB. He can run with power, quickness and has enough speed to create separation. Perhaps his best quality as a RB is his field vision and decision making. He is rarely tackled for a loss because he hits the gap as soon as it opens. Like Kenny Irons, he is one of
  16. Auburn is currently... * No.1 in the nation in yards per rush on 1st down. * No. 8 in the nation in yards per rush on 2nd down. * No. 4 in the nation in yards per rush on 3rd down. * No. 3 in the nation in rushing yardage during the 1st quarter. * No. 1 in the nation in rushing yardage during the 2nd quarter. * No. 10 in the nation in rushing yardage during the 3rd quarter. * No. 1 in the nation in rushing yardage during the 4th quarter. * No. 2 in the nation in run-plays of 10-yards or more. * No. 3 in the nation in run-plays of 20-yards or more. * No. 3 in the nation in rushing TD'
  17. No running back in the country has been as productive inside the red zone as Auburn's Tre Mason this season. He leads the country in rushing yardage inside the red zone. He is No. 1 in generating first downs inside the red zone and has scored the 2nd most rushing TD's inside the red zone. He is No. 4 in terms of overall carries inside the opponent's 20-yard line, providing a comfort zone for the Auburn offense, which is No. 14 nationally in TD percentage inside the red zone. On this play Auburn has the ball at the Tennessee 20-yard line, 1st & 10. Auburn will attempt to run Mason betwee
  18. Tre Mason is currently on pace to rush for over 1300-yards and 19 TD's in a 13-game season. He has easily become Auburn's top offensive performer as well as one of the top RB's in the Southeastern Conference. He is currently No. 11 nationally in yardage gained rushing on first down, No. 14 in yardage gained rushing during the second half and No. 1 nationally in yardage gained rushing inside the red zone. His 12 rushing TD's inside the red zone places him at No. 2 in the nation. Tre Mason runs with authority, instinct and great vision, which is why he is rarely caught behind the line of scrimma
  19. The Auburn offense is No. 1 nationally in rushing yardage gained inside the opponent's red zone and No. 6 in yards per rush, which is the primary reason they have been so successful once inside the opponent's 20-yard line. When they need to throw the ball inside the red zone, Auburn is No. 28 nationally in terms of pass-efficiency inside the opponent's 20-yard line. On this play Auburn faces a 3rd & 2 from the Arkansas 4-yard line. The Tigers will run their zone-read play with Nick Marshall and Tre Mason. Tre Mason has scored 12 of his 13 rushing touchdowns inside the red zone, averagin
  20. Prior to this season, only 3 sets of RB trios have finished the season averaging over 200-yards rushing per game. Tre Mason, Cameron Artis-Payne and Corey Grant have currently joined this elite group. 1985: Bo Jackson, Brent Fullwood and Tommie Agee .......... 261.8 YPG 1983: Bo Jackson, Lionel James and Tommie Agee ............. 234.4 YPG 1979: James Brooks, Joe Cribbs and George Peoples .......... 229.4 YPG 2013: Tre Mason, Cameron Artis-Payne and Corey Grant .... 205.8 YPG Auburn's current trio is averaging 6.90 yards per rush, which is better than the three previous trio of RB's.
  21. Corey Grant joined some elite company against Washington State, becoming only the 6th Auburn RB since 1992 to register at least 4 run plays of 15-yards or more during the same game. James Bostic did it during 1992 & 1993, Stephen Davis during 1995, Rudi Johnson during 2000, Ronnie Brown in 2002 and Michael Dyer during 2010. On this play Auburn has the ball 1st & 10 from their own 37-yard line. In a 3-WR set, Auburn will execute their zone-read play with Nick Marshall and Corey Grant. Marshall rides Grant out until the last possible second, getting the DE to crash down. Once Corey G
  22. Gus Malzahn has run the ball 60.4% of the time as a collegiate coach. When his run-offense reaches that percentage or better, his team is 43-5. During 95 games, his offense has produced at least one 100-yard rusher in 47 games. The leading rusher at the RB position has averaged 105.1 yards per game in Malzahn's offense. During 95 collegiate games, Malzahn's offense has averaged 222.8 yards per game on 5.22 yards per attempt. The primary rusher at RB in Malzahn's offense has averaged 1310-yards per season on 5.46 yards per pop and the secondary rusher at RB averaged 672-yards on
  23. Overall Numbers: 95 collegiate games in the Malzahn system. 222.8 yards per game. 5.22 yards per rush. 42.7 attempts per game (includes sacks). Malzahn's run-offense has gained at least 150-yards in 70 of 95 games, compiling a 58-12 record, when doing so. Malzahn's offense has produced a run percentage of 60.4 percent in 95 collegiate games. During his 4 previous seasons in the SEC, his offense generated a run percentage of 64.5 percent. The average national ranking in run-offense has been No. 17 with five (5) top-25 finishes over the past 7 seasons. Malzahn has finished no lo
  24. Here is a brief breakdown of Gus Malzahn's running game at the collegiate level. The following is a comparison of Malzahn's running game from 2006-2012 to Auburn's running game from 2002-2008 as well as Malzahn's running game in the SEC (Arkansas and Auburn). Yards per game: Malzahn offense in the SEC .......... 228.0 YPG Malzahn offense 2006-2012 .......... 224.4 YPG Auburn 2002-2008 ........................ 172.7 YPG Yards per attempt: Malzahn offense in the SEC ............. 5.41 YPC Malzahn offense 2006-2012 ............ 5.25 YPC Auburn 2002-2008 .......................... 4.25 YPC
  25. Coming into the NMSU game, Auburn had converted 77 percent of their plays with 2-yards needed to convert. Against the Aggies, Auburn was 7 of 8 (87.5 percent) on their short yardage run plays. After a slow start on offense, Auburn's offensive line dominated the remainder of the game gaining 311-yards rushing on 45 carries. The Tigers finished the game averaging 15.6 yards per rush on their 8 short-yardage situations, led by running back Tre Mason. The play... On this play Auburn faces a 2nd & 4 from the Aggie 6 yard line, coming out in an I-formation set. At the snap, Tre Mason takes t
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