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Malzahn speaks as the off-season coaching clinics begin

The off-season clinic has started. Coaches from around the country are teaching philosophy and schemes in places such as Atlanta, DC, Mobile, Orlando, Atlantic City, Louisville, and Pittsburgh.

Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn spoke yesterday in Biloxi, MS at the Beau Rivage. In only his fifth season in college football, Malzahn was recognized at the nation's top assistant coach by winning the Frank Broyles Award.

Malzahn told a crowd of nearly 300 people, “I’m an old high school coach who has been very fortunate. I’m just living a dream. I’m a high school coach who happens to be coaching in college.”

He added the Auburn offensive philosophy in the red zone is “to run the ball into the stinkin’ end zone.”

Click here to see the entire list of upcoming Nike COY Clinics. A couple of clinics begin today.