AUBURN, Ala. –Having lost back-to-back SEC games for the first time since 2003, Auburn head coach Tommy Tuberville sounded like a man willing to try almost anything to kick start an offense that has disappointed at every opportunity.
“It’s going to look different,” Tuberville promised Sunday, less than 24 hours after a 25-22 loss to Arkansas.
Three days after offensive coordinator Tony Franklin was fired, Auburn (4-3, 2-3 SEC) looked as clueless as ever, finishing with a season-worst 193 yards, its fewest since the 2007 Cotton Bowl against Nebraska, a stretch of 20 games.
“We’ve just got to get an identity on offense,” said Tuberville, who has 10 days to prepare for the team’s next contest, Oct. 23 at West Virginia. “Some things will be changed. Some things will be added. Some things will be dropped.