— Auburn head football coach Gus “The Bull” Malzahns said the Tigers will take a look at changing their offensive playbook for the coming season.
Malzahn said the team will start running plays on the fly, and he said that will change.
Malzahs comments come as Auburn tries to win its first-ever SEC title game.
The Tigers beat Mississippi 24-7 on Saturday.
“It was pretty clear when we lost the game, and I was like, ‘Oh my God, we’re going to be in trouble,'” Malzhan said.
“We’ll have to change it up a little bit.
We’re not going to play the same way that we did the game against Mississippi, and we’re not gonna play the exact same way against Tennessee.”
Malzahans team is ranked No. 14 in the preseason AP Top 25 and No. 17 in the latest AP poll.
Malzman said the changes will allow him to change the offense up more often.
“I want to play my best,” Malzam said.
“(The changes) will give me more opportunities to play to my strengths.”
Malzman said he is not worried about losing the Heisman Trophy he won last season.
He said he wants to continue winning, and that has been his focus throughout his coaching career.