I have posted my Mississippi State review on al.com‘s Tigers Corner entitled “I Promise, I Really Am Happy“. I know it seems like it’s been a week since Auburn played Mississippi State, but that’s what a Thursday night game will do to you. I could have written this earlier, but I didn’t want to mess up my schedule. Plus, anniversaries happen.
Hello, my name is Gus Tuber…uh, Malzahn. Was I the only one that noticed that once Cam threw the interception in the 2nd quarter, the offense almost completely slowed to a halt? I don’t mean the the performance of the players. I mean the plays that were being called. Besides the double pass, that could have been very costly, most of the game plan was Cam Newton left, one of the running backs right. You could really even see the conservative game plan back in the second drive of the game when Malzhan called for Newton to hand the ball off to McCalebb three times in a row, deep in Auburn territory.