AUBURN, Ala. — It’s no secret that Auburn struggled offensively in its home opener against No. 2 Clemson on Saturday.
The run game was stagnant, the offensive line showed their inexperience and of course, the quarterback rotation seemed discombobulated. The good news for the home Tigers?
Offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee was able to evaluate a few things further and get a better idea of what the offense needs to improve on. But the most important thing, if Lashlee has any say, is there be improvement this Saturday against Arkansas State.
Auburn reporters Justin Ferguson and Lauren Shute discussed the Auburn OC and Arkansas State on Facebook live.
Here’s the recap;