Welcome to The Podcast on the Plains, SEC Country’s daily Auburn football podcast with host Zac Blackerby. On the show Tuesday, Blackerby is joined by SEC Country’s own Justin Ferguson. On episode 37, the experts talk about Auburn football’s 49-10 win over Mississippi State this past weekend and preview why The Tigers’ contest against Ole Miss should be an easy one.
Auburn football podcast: Tigers should keep winning for a while
Here are some time marks to help you navigate the podcast:
- Start of the show: Blackerby and Ferguson talk about the state of the Southeastern Conference and where Auburn fits in. Looking ahead at the schedule, Auburn looks to have a clear path to having just the one loss suffered on the road at Clemson on their record heading into the Georgia game on Nov. 11. The hosts share their thoughts on where in the schedule Auburn is most likely to slip up.
- 6-minute mark: The experts discuss the offensive line and the push they are getting up front. They also talk about how the new lineup in the trenches has shown to be a positive move as Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham has had more time to throw the football, and Stidham has taken advantage of it.
- 11-minute mark: Blackerby brings up running back Kam Pettway and how he is not performing to the level of what is expected after what he did last year. Fergusen talks about what is wrong.
- 15-minute mark: The experts discuss how fantastic Carlton Davis has been this season and his tremendous performance on Saturday against Mississippi State.
- 22-minute mark: Blackerby and Ferguson talk about the man who stole the show late on Saturday, backup quarterback Malik Willis. He’s drawing a lot of comparisons to Nick Marshall, but tune in for another comparison with even higher praise.
The post Auburn football podcast: Tigers should keep winning for a while appeared first on SEC Country.
Thank you for reading the Dayton Daily News and for supporting local journalism. Subscribers: log in for access to exclusive deals and newsletters.
Thank you for supporting in-depth local journalism with your subscription to the Dayton Daily News. Get more news when you want it with email newsletters just for subscribers. Sign up here.