Guz Malzahn currently has four QBs in camp he's looking to replace Chris Todd, last year's starter at Auburn.
To college football and some good news for the Auburn faithful, the Tigers, at least for now, keeping Offensive Coordinator Gus Malzahn in place. It seemed all but certain Malzahn was going to jump to Nashville and take the head coaching job at Vanderbilt. He was offered that position, but the folks at Auburn reportedly ponying up, and doubling Malzahn's half a million dollar salary, though that's not been confirmed by the school. Malzahn in his second season guiding the Tigers attack leading that offense to a number 6 ranking in scoring offense at 42 plus per game, and seventh nationally in total offense.
He's gained a reputation as one of the more innovative offensive minds in the college game. and won the Broyles Award winner this season as the top assistant coach in the country, though it's safe to say Cam Newton had a little something to do with all of that.