AUBURN, Ala. (al.com) - Between the 20-yard lines, Auburn's offense has found its way. The Tigers have had success moving the ball since a season-opening loss to Clemson on Sept. 3.
There's one major area that has continued to plague Gus Malzahn's offense in the three games since: red-zone efficiency.
"Before the last two years, we've been one of the best teams in the country year in and year out," Malzahn said Tuesday. "And last year and the start of this year, we've been just the opposite."
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