Auburn football took care of business against Georgia Southern in Week 1, but it wasn’t the explosive performance that some fans were hoping for out of Jarrett Stidham & Co. The difficulty level increases exponentially against No. 3 Clemson, which has a nasty defensive front and a championship pedigree.
In this week’s Sound Off, presented by Zaxby’s, SEC Country’s Justin Ferguson breaks down the Tigers offense and identifies what needs to change in order to pull off the upset in Death Valley on Saturday night.
Sound Off: Auburn football’s biggest offensive concern vs. Clemson
Here are some timestamps to guide you:
- 0:15: Auburn’s offense against Georgia Southern didn’t inspire a ton of excitement, and there were some obvious issues to fix between weeks 1 and 2. Which ones are the most important heading into Clemson?
- 2:55: Auburn running back Kerryon Johnson went down with a leg injury against Georgia Southern, and his status for Week 2 is up in the air. With the Tigers’ injury history at the running back position, let’s gauge the panic level on the Plains.
- 6:15: Auburn heads to Clemson as a touchdown underdog, give or take a point. If Gus Malzahn’s Tigers are the ones to emerge victorious in Death Valley, what has to happen?
Check back to SEC Country all season for everything you need to know about Auburn football, including weekly videos from Justin and Lauren Shute breaking down the biggest Tigers stories.
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