Bryan Harsin


To an outside observer, the Auburn football program under second-year head coach Bryan Harsin would seem to be on shaky ground after Austin Davis resigned as offensive coordinator just more than a month after accepting the position. 

In December, Harsin hired Davis away from the Seattle Seahawks, where he served as quarterbacks coach, to replace SEC coaching veteran Mike Bobo, who was fired in November after only one season leading the Tigers' offense, which regressed the latter half of the season.

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