Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn talked about his team and took questions from fans during the Tiger Talk radio show on Monday night.

The Tigers defeated Texas A&M 26-10 last Saturday in College Station, Texas.

Malzahn praised the play of Jeremy Johnson. With starting quarterback Sean White sidelined with a knee injury, Johnson took over as the Tigers’ signal caller and completed 13 of 17 passes for 132 yards and a touchdown.

Malzahn said he didn’t know whether White or Johnson would start at quarterback this week. The coach is not sure how healthy White will be.

Malzahn complimented left tackle Shon Coleman, who was matched up against Texas A&M’s Myles Garrett, one of the top defensive ends in the country.

The coach thought sophomore defensive backs Nick Ruffin and Stephen Roberts were solid when called upon Saturday.

Unfortunately, freshman defensive back Jeremiah Dinson is out for the season. Dinson was carted off the field on Saturday after suffering an injury while being blocked.

Malzahn said running back Jovon Robinson has played well the last few games. Against Texas A&M, Robinson rushed for 159 yards and a touchdown.

Auburn’s turnover ratio is now a plus-5, and its coach was pleased that the team hasn’t been turning the ball over much lately.

One area Malzahn would like to see improved is Auburn’s execution in the red zone.

Auburn (5-4) hosts Georgia (6-3) at noon on Saturday. The game will be shown on CBS.

Georgia used two quarterbacks last week in its 27-3 win over Kentucky. Malzahn said that defensive coordinator Will Muschamp and the other defensive coaches are going to be prepared to see both Brice Ramsey and Greyson Lambert at quarterback for the Bulldogs.

Tiger Talk airs on Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET, and features Malzahn taking calls from Tiger fans. The show can be streamed online at this link.