There really isn't a lot, as the beat writers weren't tweeting very much. It was definitely full of coach-speak, though.
Auburn is facing an interim coach for the bowl game, but their QB and offense is still very good. Their QB is likely to be the first one drafted in the 2016 NFL Draft. Auburn is going to have their hands full with him.
I love the part where Memphis' interim coach says Auburn has no weaknesses. It's true! Except for the quarterback. Receivers catching the ball. Injuries on the offensive line. Struggling pass rush. Weak overall linebacking corps. Other than that, it's fine!
I certainly hope Sean White is healthy for the game. If he is (especially if he's 100%), then I think Auburn can do very well on offense. White was really getting into a rhythm and it looked like the coaches knew what they wanted to do with him at the helm. It could go a long way towards reassuring Auburn fans about next season.
I'm not shocked he was asked about Jeremy Johnson. I'm not sure what he was asked, but it's not like he's going to say right now that "Jeremy Johnson is planning on transferring."
As for the DC stuff, it really does sound like Charles Kelly will be named DC very soon. If there's a deal in place, I imagine they're not saying anything right now out of respect for the fact this is a press conference for the bowl game.
Birmingam Bowl: the matchup and trophy. pic.twitter.com/hg3RB8NyJX— Ryan Black (@RyanABlack) December 10, 2015
Malzahn says he's good friends with new Memphis coach Mike Norvell from his Tulsa days.— John Zenor (@jzenor) December 10, 2015
Gus Malzahn says Memphis' win over Ole Miss was attention grabbing as is the team's starting QB, Malzahn calls him one of best in country— WarEagleExtra (@wareagleextra) December 10, 2015
Memphis interim coach Darrell Dickey:"Four years ago, talking about us in the postseason, you'd have gotten laughed out of town."— John Zenor (@jzenor) December 10, 2015
Memphis interim coach says they just got into watching film, no weaknesses w/ Auburn— WarEagleExtra (@wareagleextra) December 10, 2015
"Everyone in college trying to copy things he does offensively," Memphis interim coach Darrell Dickey said of Malzahn— WarEagleExtra (@wareagleextra) December 10, 2015
Dickey says he's run into a lot of Alabama fans already pleading with him to "beat those Auburn Tigers." https://t.co/29csSZpzCz— Ryan Black (@RyanABlack) December 10, 2015
I'm sure he has. Never forget this type of thing. Conference pride can be good in some situations, but when it comes to Auburn and Alabama, no one cares. Each one wants the other to lose.
Auburn's Gus Malzahn said he's "not ready to say yet" who'll be his defensive coordinator. "I want to make sure we hire the right guy."— Auburn Gold Mine (@AUGoldMine) December 10, 2015
Gus Malzahn says he's hopeful QB Sean White will be healthy enough for Birmingham Bowl. Will know more Monday.— Auburn Gold Mine (@AUGoldMine) December 10, 2015
Malzahn on Daniel Carlson, up for Lou Groza: What he did for us was unbelievable.— John Zenor (@jzenor) December 10, 2015
Malzahn won't say if he offered Travaris Robinson DC job. Or if he interviewed Lance Thompson.— John Zenor (@jzenor) December 10, 2015
Gus Malzahn says his goal is to get defensive continuity... Wants defensive coordinator "who will be here awhile."— Auburn Gold Mine (@AUGoldMine) December 10, 2015
Gus Malzahn: "We expect Jeremy (Johnson) to be back, put it that way." https://t.co/fpv3PFdVFF— James Crepea (@JamesCrepea) December 10, 2015