Observations: Everything we learned from Day 4 of Auburn football fall camp
The offense grabbed a lot of attention Tuesday, particularly with what Bo Nix and T.J. Finley were doing with a reloading wide receiver group through the air.
QB Bo Nix (Todd Van Emst/Auburn Athletics)
Welcome to late summer in Alabama, Bryan Harsin.
When Auburn opened its fourth practice of fall camp Tuesday morning, the temperatures were already in the 90s with high humidity. Then, during drills, rain started falling. By the end of the practice, lightning was popping all around the Plains, so the team had to finish practice in the indoor facility.
But Harsin was fine with all of it, because it made his team adjust on the fly.
“We had a full day of just dealing with all the different situations that come up weather-wise — all the elements,” Harsin said. “But the guys handled it well when the rain came. Continued to execute. And we were able to just work through some of that, as far as players, the staff, equipment, all those things. Overall, a good day.”
The weather-influenced Day 4 of fall camp was the first one since its first break, a Monday off day. The Tigers will have morning practices again Wednesday and Thursday — with the latter being …
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