As Bryan Harsin enters Year 2 as Auburn's head football coach, the Tigers have a chip on their shoulder. He explained his team's mentality this week, via Auburn Undercover. "I think that whole concept of the chip and all that, you kind of got it, right," Harsin said. "I think that's one thing. There's certain things that motivate you and you can get upset about whatever. I think what we're trying to teach our guys is just how to be that way regardless. I think that's the whole idea of our football program is to teach people in our football program, players and coaches, how to be that way on a day-to-day basis — is what it is. How to go out there and really have the chip, so to speak, on your shoulder, every day. For whatever it is you're trying to do. You made it, you're at the bottom, it doesn't matter what anybody says or if they're patting you on the back. I've been there in both positions, everybody's loving you and telling you that you're all this, and you're not.