Bryan Harsin fell to 9-9 overall through his first 18 games as Auburn’s coach on Saturday night as his Tigers took a big lead before losing to LSU, 21-17.

Many are speculating that this game could spell the end of Harsin’s tenure on The Plains, but as of Sunday morning, no moves had been made.

After the game on Saturday night, Harsin was asked about his job security. Here’s what he had to say (via

“That’s my job, every day, is to show up and make sure that I’m prepared and that we get this football team prepared,” Harsin said. “That doesn’t change, whatsoever, and I told the team that. That’s always been how I’ve approached each and every day of every job I’ve had. That’ll be no different. Tomorrow we have things we’ve got to get better at, and win or lose, you’re always going to find ways to improve as a football team; you have to. That’s really what it comes down to. That’s how I’ll approach each and every day, and our players know that, and everybody on our staff knows that, and that’s always been the mentality that we have.”

Auburn plays at No. 1 Georgia next weekend and at No. 14 (for now) Ole Miss the following week. If Harsin keeps his job through those 2 weeks, the Oct. 22 open date will be something to watch.

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