AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn was originally scheduled to hold its second scrimmage of fall camp on Saturday. That was nixed. The Tigers didn't scrimmage Sunday, either.
Instead, Sunday was spent working "specifically on things we needed to improve" from the previous two days, according to offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee.
"We haven't installed as much," he said. "I think the first seven, eight days we were putting in the offense and defense. (Saturday) and today we really focused more on cleaning up the base things we're going to really rep and hang our hat on and do a lot of. It's been good the last two days to get that work done."
They didn't don full pads, though, as Lashlee said the coaching staff recognized they could still correct all of the same mistakes without engaging in contact. And that's exactly what happened, with the team putting in "at least 30 good minutes" of work.
"There's been some periods where we've emphasized, hey, this is what the defense needs most work at and we've kinda ran our stuff but gave them some service in the same way, (with) them giving us some looks we really need to work on," Lashlee said. "So we can really be specific and maximize their reps and our personnel with the guys we need to get certain looks doing certain things. It's been really good."