Auburn football hit a new low on offense in Week 2 against Clemson, averaging less than 2 yards per play and scoring just two short field goals in the 14-6 loss. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn and offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey are changing things up with where the coaching staff will sit on game day.
In this week’s Sound Off, presented by Zaxby’s, SEC Country’s Lauren Shute and Justin Ferguson discuss whether that be enough to get things turned around in time for a struggling offense.Can Malzahn make the necessary offensive changes?
Here are some time stamps to guide you:Lindsey will now call plays from the box, while offensive line coach Herb Hand moves down to the sidelines. A lot has been made of who really is in charge of the Tigers offense through the first two weeks. Will this movement help matters any for Auburn? (0:24) Malzahn addressed Auburn fans’ growing frustrations and tried to provide hope for the rest of the season this week. Malzahn believes this team will be fine, and he still sounds confident in the potential of this offense. Does he have a valid point? (3:52) Auburn played it safe on offense in its first nonconference game as a big favorite. Will that be the case in Week 3 against FCS team Mercer, or will Malzahn and Lindsey look to make a statement ahead of SEC play? (6:52)
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