What we learned from Auburn's offensive position coaches during spring practice
Here are 20 takeaways from RB coach Cadillac Williams, WR coach Cornelius Williams, TE coach Brad Bedell and OL coach Will Friend.
RB coach Cadillac Williams (All photos by Todd Van Emst/Auburn Athletics)
After a week away for a pseudo-spring break, Auburn football decided to kick off the second half of its initial practices under new head coach Bryan Harsin by putting the rest of its assistant coaches in front of the media for the first time.
Harsin has been interviewed a number of times since taking the job in December. Coordinators Mike Bobo and Derek Mason opened the second week of spring practices with their own interviews.
Now, it’s time for the rest of the staff to give their thoughts on how things are going in the early days of the new era.
On Monday, the four remaining offensive assistant coaches — running backs coach Cadillac Williams, wide receivers coach Cornelius Williams, tight ends coach Brad Bedell and offensive line coach Will Friend — spoke for more than an hour. The four remaining defensive position coaches will follow on Wednesday.
There were plenty of takeaways from this trio of new coaches and th…
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