Robby Ashford

Despite blowing a 17-point lead at home and losing to LSU, the Auburn football team showed signs of progress last week, especially on offense. The trend needs to continue and accelerate this week as the Tigers face their first road contest since playing at South Carolina in game 11 last season as they travel to face the Georgia Bulldogs.

In his second start quarterback, Robby Ashford made a huge improvement throwing the ball. A big reason for that was keeping his eyes downfield looking for open receivers instead of panicking and trying to run at the first sign of pass rush pressure.

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