Five questions we have about the Auburn Tigers after spring training

The second year of the Bryan Harsin era ended with a relatively modest spring game. Although Auburn fans‘ favorite talking point was on full display throughout spring training (the indecisive quarterback battle, of course), it didn’t seem like there were as many drama that there has been in recent years when the main caller is unknown.

Strange, considering what happened a few months ago between Harsin and the athletic department.

There were still several positive things to take away from the spring. Auburn should improve in many different areas, and with the synergy the coaching staff has built with the team, it’s logical to expect a more consistent product from the Tigers in 2022. Consistent, not perfect.

It’s that time of year when we speculate and ask questions about the upcoming season. What are the areas of concern for Auburn?

Here are five questions we have about the Tigers this offseason.

Auburn Tigers quarterback Holden Geriner (12) and Auburn Tigers quarterback Zach Calzada (10) chat on the sidelines during A-Day spring training at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama , on Saturday, April 9, 2022.
November 27, 2021;  Auburn, Alabama, USA;  Auburn Tigers cornerback Roger McCreary (23) breaks up a pass intended for Alabama Crimson Tide wide receiver Traeshon Holden (11) during the third quarter at Jordan-Hare Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: John Reed - USA TODAY Sports
December 28, 2021;  Birmingham, Alabama, USA;  Auburn Tigers head coach Bryan Harsin during the first half of the 2021 Birmingham Bowl against Houston at Protective Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry - USA TODAY Sports
Coach Bryan Harsin chats with his team after practice at Jordan Hare Stadium.Auburn AU scrimmage on Friday March 25, 2022 in Auburn, Ala.

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