Auburn football: One last look, the return of Ferg’s Film Room and the name game

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One last look 

Just like that, Labor Day weekend has come and gone.

Football is here and the Tigers are off to a great start. At times, Auburn looked like it needed to work on some things on offense while the defense wowed. Regardless of your view of the game, fans will start to hear more about Clemson later on Tuesday morning.

Coach Gus Malzahn will speak to the media about his team’s approaching trip to Death Valley on Tuesday morning. Auburn players will talk about the focus required and the details that need to be noted in order to compete with the reigning national champs.

But before Auburn shifts its entire focus to Dabo Swinney’s team, let’s take one last little glimpse at what the Tigers accomplished in their first outing of 2017:

In other Auburn football news:

Ferg’s Film Room returns

Remember when SEC Country Auburn writer Justin Ferguson posted in-depth stories examining the Tigers’ games. And do you recall how you were hoping for more?

It’s back.

Tweet of the day: the name game 

Auburn’s roster is filled with names that stop you in your tracks. The Tigers’ lively attitude and personality matches their colorful names.

Don’t believe us? Take a look:

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