by Larry LeoMay 9, 2019
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Former NFL general manager Mike Lombardi didn't hold back when talking about Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn, his offense and his development of Abs...
quote:And here was Malzahn's response...
“That offense at Auburn, I’m not sure what the hell it is,” Lombardi said, according to Saturday Down South. “They run power, they run unbalanced. … But anyway, that offense, seriously, might be one of the worst offenses in football, so you can’t evaluate a quarterback in it or they can’t train a quarterback, that’s the other thing. (Gus Malzahn) can’t train them.”
“I’d say this: I’ve been in the league 10 years and we’ve been pretty successful offensively,” he said. “Last year was a tough year. We were very inexperienced, we had some growing pains, but I feel really good about our offense moving forward. Really excited about the future.”
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