This is becoming an old hat for Gus Malzhan.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: Auburn comes right out of the gate a drives down and scores on their first drive. The rest of the game nothing works. Nothing changes. No adjustments are made.
Clemson has seen this before. Unfortunately so have LSU, Georgia, and Alabama, all teams with good enough defenses to completely bottle up Gus Malzahn’s offense.
I think back to 2009, when Auburn’s offensive coordinator took a dead armed quarterback and set passing records. Was that offense just the same as what we saw Saturday? It sure didn’t look like it. Maybe it was different back then because it was new. At this point I’m just as perplexed as anyone.
But there are differences, because there is no hurry up in the hurry up no huddle. Passes were thrown to backs, and tight ends.

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