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Gus Malzahn gave up Auburn’s play calling, because he didn't want to be ‘coaching angry'

The Auburn coach is giving up the reins, and that seems like a good idea on a few levels. When Auburn won that wild game against LSU on Saturday that ultimately cost Les Miles his job, Gus Malzahn wasn’t calling Auburn’s plays for the first time this year. Malzahn’s an offensive mind by trade, but he ceded play calls to his 33-year-old offensive coordinator, Rhett Lashlee.
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