Auburn was blown out at Georgia on Saturday, 42-10.

The Tigers dropped to 3-3 on the season with the loss, and it was a game in which they looked bad offensively.

Auburn coach Bryan Harsin met with the media Monday and was asked about his team’s offense identity.

“We want to be balanced,” Harsin said. “We want to run the ball. We want to throw the ball. We want the play-action off some of the run game. We want to be able to get out on the perimeter and still be firm and be able to run downhill, between the tackles.”

Harsin was quick to admit, however, that the results simply have not been there.

“Have we been very good at that at this point; are we where we want to be right now? We’re not. But that’s what our identity is. We’re still working on building that identity. We have the vision for it. We’ve got to actually do it.”

You can see Harsin’s full response to the question in the following tweet:


Just how poor have the Tigers been on offense this season?

Out of 131 FBS programs, they rank 94th nationally in total offense and 112th in scoring offense.

Auburn will look to get back into the win column Saturday with a road game at No. 9 Ole Miss.