Jonathan Wallace talks about his performance in the starting role at quarterback in Auburn's 42-7…
Loeffler Sees Positives From Wallace; Offense
Auburn, Ala.—For all the things that Saturday's 42-7 win wasn't for the Auburn Tigers against an overmatched New Mexico State team, what it meant for a struggling offense can't be overstated. Gaining 475 yards of total offense in freshman quarterback Jonathan Wallace's first career start, the Tigers overcame a sluggish first half to put the hammer down on the Aggies to earn win number two on the season. Getting the opportunity to watch Wallace take the reins for an entire game, offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler said he saw some positives and negatives for the young quarterback in the win. "He started out slow," Loeffler said. "It's really good that we were able to get a win because we're able to go into that meeting room...
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