Every week at this time, we focus on the international man of mystery, or the Auburn player that we can't figure out.
This week on the chopping block of The Ploppers: Onterio McCalebb.
Why, many of you patiently wonder?
Onterio McCalebb, who helped lead Cam Newton to a National Championship in 2010, has been very off and on this year. In last week's game against the Aggies, he had 8 rushes for 113 yards and 2 TDs. The week before, against the Aggies, McCalebb had 1 carry for 8 yards. These Ploppers say: What's the deal-ee-yo?
McCalebb, son of Derrick Baker and Staphisa McMillian, may be really hurting from some of the coaching staff changes. Scott Loeffler's schemes do not seem to be as favorable for the dude who's name is from Canada. Gus Malzahn's speed/jet sweep system really featured McCalebb and played to his strengths because he is really good at getting to the corner. However, Loeffler's offense is more of a power offense and McCalebb is not the best up the middle.
In order for Auburn to beat Georgia, McCalebb needs to show up. If he shows up, we have a chance. Yeah, baby, yeah!
~Eyes without a Face