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There's no reason to look any further than the Auburn offense.
Scot Loeffler's unit looked woefully unprepared on Saturday. The Tigers had a busted play on the first drive. Those plays are normally scripted and memorized.
The final third-down play was a microcosm of Auburn's 2012 offense. Fooling no one, Loeffler called for the speed sweep to Onterio McCalebb that went for a small loss or no gain.
There were many times whem Auburn would run the same play consecutive times.
One play sequence that was very frustrating (and summarized Auburn's struggles) came after a Tre Mason 34-yard run. Here is the sequence: five-yard penalty, pass for no gain, penalty, another pass for no gain and then a sack.
Auburn has yet to score a fourth-quarter touchdown this season.
Loeffler, like his offense, has made zero progress as an offensive coordinator. Just like Tony Franklin was fired in 2008 after the Vanderbilt game, it would surprise no one for Auburn to have a different offensive coordinator when Auburn takes on Texas A&M next week.