Observations: Everything we learned from Day 6 of Auburn football fall camp
The Tigers ended their first full week of fall camp with a big day — the first one in full pads. Here are the top takeaways from a busy day of football on the Plains.
DB Donovan Kaufman (Todd Van Emst/Auburn Athletics)
Auburn football wrapped up its first week of fall camp with a pretty significant day Thursday — the first one in full pads.
Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said earlier this week that “everybody looks good in their underwear,” referring to just how much you can learn about a team before it gets in pads. With the first scrimmage coming up over the weekend, Thursday was important for a team that wants to pride itself on being physical in practices.
Media members got an extended window to watch a very busy individual drill session, followed by some full-contact, good vs. good, hats-on-hats work between the offense and the defense. That was followed by several more player interview sessions, including one with the returning starter at quarterback.
Here are the main takeaways from the final viewing window of Week 1, plus those three interviews.
Behold, something that looks like actual team football!
After watching four individual drill periods …
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