Auburn Quick Hits From Around The Web

Kevin McGradySenior Writer IJune 22, 2010

ATLANTA - MARCH 11:  The University of Auburn Tigers mascot, Aubie, waves to the fans during the SEC Men's Basketball Tournament against the University of Georgia Bulldogs at the Georgia Dome on March 11, 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia.  The Bulldogs won 73-59.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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During this week of little football activity, I thought Auburn fans might like a look at some interesting topics from around the Web.

Very talented Auburn fans have provided some excellent analysis of the Auburn offense. I have looked over these analyses thoroughly, and, in truth, they are exceptional in quality.

Credit for this goes to bjay1121 for an incredible piece of work.

Defending Gus Malzhan's Offense

The Effects of Gus Malzhan's Offense

The Deception of Gus Malzhan's Offense

Here is an example of what is being written around the nation about the Gus Malzhan's offense.

Interesting Read

Malzhan's Offense Compared

Freshman running back Michael Dyer is on campus, working hard, and trying to lower his 4.38 forty yard sprint time. Here's to hoping that he succeeds.

Joel Bonomolo and Demetruce McNeil are the only two freshmen that are not already on campus and working out. They are expected in this week.

Jeremy Richardson and Shon Coleman are the only two recruits so far that won't be playing in 2011. Jeremy Richardson is attending school in preparation of meeting standards. Shon Coleman is staying closer to Memphis while finishing treatment for his illness. Both are expected to resign next year.

Auburn’s new indoor practice facility contains a full one hundred yard field with end zones. It is scheduled for completion in 2011. This is quite an improvement over the current indoor facility.

Linebacker Craig Stevens and offensive left tackle Lee Ziemba have been named for another trophy watch list.   Auburn fans knew these two were exceptional, now it looks as if the nation is finding out as well.

It would seem that strong safety Zac Etheridge is feeling confident about his chances to return in 2010. The recovery from his devastating neck injury seems to be going well.

Jubarusti4AU has posted highlights from the spring game that some might want to watch.