Auburn football: First SEC game time announced; an offensive film room
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Let SEC play begin
Auburn knows exactly when it will begin conference play … well, kind of.
Gus Malzahn’s Tigers will travel to Columbia, Mo., to take on Mizzou on Sept. 23. Kickoff, as well as the network the game will be broadcasted on, will be announced after the Sept. 16 game against Mercer.
The game will start at either 6 p.m. CT or 6:30 p.m. CT and will be broadcast on ESPN2, ESPNU or the SEC Network alternate channel.
— Auburn Football (@AuburnFootball) September 11, 2017
An offensive Ferg’s Film Room
Auburn’s offense stole the show during a loss at Clemson — and not for great reason.
Jarrett Stidham was sacked 11 times behind a struggling offensive line and receivers didn’t have much success, either. Basically, there wasn’t much offense for Auburn in Death Valley.
Fortunately, SEC Country’s Justin Ferguson has a take on who’s fault it is: everyone’s.
Check out this week’s edition of Ferg’s Film Room to see who was at fault in Auburn’s loss to Clemson.
Today's Film Room broke down every one of the 11 sacks on Auburn QB Jarrett Stidham. Lot of blame to go around here. https://t.co/vusDRnaxmf
— Justin Ferguson (@JFergusonAU) September 12, 2017
In other Auburn football news:
- Auburn defense hungry for more after finally forcing turnovers in Week 2.
- How many wins is Auburn’s incredible defense worth against the rest of its schedule?
- Paul Finebaum says Auburn fans are tired of being sick and tired.
- How Auburn football plans to turn around slow start for its top receivers.
- Is it possible that Auburn’s offense has a culture problem?
Tweet of the day
Cam Newton may be a busy man, but he still has time for his fans on Sundays.
That's our QB! pic.twitter.com/cLWrP5Rv9W
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) September 12, 2017
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