Some fans keep commenting on Auburn needing to find an offensive identity which is puzzling to comprehend. Auburn, through 6 games is No. 21 nationally averaging 487-yards per game, and No. 15 in scoring offense, averaging 39 PPG. At team that is struggling to find its offensive identity looks like Florida or Vanderbilt. They certainly don't look like a team that averages over 480-yards per game and nearly 40 PPG [...]
The loss to Mississippi State is disappointing but not devastating in terms of Auburn's future. Last year after a similar loss to LSU on the road, the team bounced back after a bye-week and everything fell into place for the Tigers to have an extremely rewarding season [...]
This week is different than most for Johnson. South Carolina is and always will be home. Only three years ago Johnson thought he was done moving and jumping job to job. This was his last job, he thought, and retirement in his home state was just around the corner.
the Gamecocks have fallen much further than anybody expected them to drop without Jadeveon Clowney, Kelcy Quarles and the rest of the talent that graduated last season. South Carolina enters Saturday's game against Auburn with the No. 82 defense in the country.
Auburn's Kick-6 hero, Chris Davis, made the San Diego Chargers roster as an undrafted free agent, but he hasn't played much as a rookie. That could change on Thursday night against quarterback Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.
After two seasons of little impact, President hadn't done enough to make much of an impression, but he's taking advantage of the opportunity now. President has started each of Auburn's past two games, carving out a key role on the right side of a defensive line looking for somebody to make an impact off the edge.
Auburn will begin its grueling second-half schedule at 6:30 p.m. Saturday on the SEC Network against South Carolina, a team that hasn't quite lived up to its expectations as an SEC East contender this season. With that in mind, most Tigers fans will be looking to see what Auburn's decided to change over a bye week that gave the coaches extra time to evaluate the first half.
08/30 vs. Arkansas (W 45-21) 09/06 vs. San Jose State (W 59-13) 09/13 -- Open Date -- 09/18 @ Kansas State (W 20-14) 09/27 vs. Louisiana Tech (W 45-17) 10/04 vs. LSU (W 41-7) 10/11 @ Mississippi State (L 23-38) 10/18 -- Open Date -- 10/25 vs. South Carolina 11/01@ Ole Miss 11/08 vs. Texas A&M 11/15 @ Georgia 11/22 vs. Samford 11/29 @ Alabama