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War Eagle, everybody! Today, we’ll take a look at what we might expect to see out of the Auburn offense in 2017. In the past decade, when Auburn could run the ball, offensive records tended to fall. When the running game sputtered, the passing game usually could not pull its weight, and the team would tail off into mediocrity, or worse.
I would be shocked if Auburn isn’t once again very good at running the football. The Tigers should field a solid line, salty lead blockers and Auburn has a very good assortment of running backs, as well as several mobile quarterbacks.