What coach Gus Malzahn said ahead of Auburn’s rematch at defending champ Clemson

AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn succeeded in not looking past Georgia Southern in Week 1, but Week 2 is all about the Tigers’ trip to Clemson.

Gus Malzahn’s team will attempt to avenge its 2016 loss  to the eventual national champions in Jordan-Hare Stadium in Death Valley this weekend in what will be the first Top 25 matchup for Auburn.

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During Jarrett Stidham’s debut in orange and blue offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey kept Auburn’s offensive scheme very basic likely by design. Expect to some cleanup from the starting quarterback and his crew.

Defensively Kevin Steele will keep things simple and keep a steady rotation of young players coming. Still, Auburn’s defense will face its first test of 2017 against a top notch ACC offense.

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Follow along here to see what Malzahn says about the looming matchup at Clemson.

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