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Auburn Football: Son of Auburn OC Mike Bobo receives Auburn offer

The offensive line is going to be one of the top needs in the 2022 class for the Auburn football program and a new target may have emerged for the Tigers. New offensive line coach Will Friend has officially offered Drew Bobo, who happens to be the son of new offensive coordinator, Mike Bobo.
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Kirby Smart, Georgia Bulldogs Offer Drew Bobo, Son of Mike Bobo

ATHENS - The Georgia Bulldogs and Kirby Smart passed out a notable scholarship offer on Tuesday. Drew Bobo‍, the eldest son of former UGA quarterback and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, said he earned an offer to Georgia on social media. Tuesday was the first day prospective student-athletes could be on campus to be recruited in over a year.
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Auburn OC Mike Bobo: from camper to coordinator

AUBURN, Ala. – With first-year offensive coordinator Mike Bobo calling plays, Auburn's offense will feature enough throwback elements to remind Tiger fans why Auburn earned the RBU nickname in the first place, but there will be a limit. A Google search for "Bo Nix" and "Wishbone" will come up empty.
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Mike Bobo lays out Bo Nix's goals for spring practice

First-year Auburn offensive coordinator Mike Bobo wants to open things up a bit this season with the Tigers and plans to use a varying scheme in his multiple approach to calling plays. Bobo said this week after practice that junior-to-be quarterback Bo Nix continues to develop this spring and he has been impressed by his skills as a dual-threat player.
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Auburn OC Mike Bobo reveals offensive plan for Bo Nix, QBs

Throughout his coaching career as an offensive guru and expert play-caller, Mike Bobo has incited on being multiple and showing defenses various formations and personnel packages. He said this week that's not going to change during his first season as Auburn's offensive coordinator with returning quarterback Bo Nix, who is entering his third campaign as the Tigers' starter.
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What Auburn offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said in his first press conference

Ten weeks after Auburn announced Mike Bobo as its new offensive coordinator, he spoke to the media for the first time and shared his plans for the Auburn offense. So far, he’s been impressed with many of the players he has to work with. Quarterback Bo Nix and running back Tank Bigsby, for example, have shown serious commitment to improving with the way they’re constantly seeking out information. The wide receivers are young and have some things to clean up, but they’re talented. Bobo’s been enjoying working with the players as well as the coaches.
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How Mike Bobo, Bryan Harsin are working together to build new Auburn football offense

When Mike Bobo first arrived on the Plains in January, he pulled out some notes that he had kept with him for close to a decade to show Auburn football coach Bryan Harsin. They were from a quarterbacks meeting at Texas. Bobo, then the offensive coordinator at Georgia, took a trip to Austin to visit offensive line coach Stacy Searls, whom the Longhorns hired away from the Bulldogs that offseason. Harsin had just joined Mack Brown’s staff as co-offensive coordinator.
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Bo Nix discusses his early thoughts on playing for Bryan Harsin, Mike Bobo

If you count his final season at Pinson Valley High School, Bo Nix has played for four different offensive coordinators in as many seasons. That’s a lot for any quarterback, much less one coming into a season facing a ton of pressure to carry an offense after experiencing a disappointing sophomore campaign. Make no mistake, the success of Nix’s college career may be defined this fall on The Plains because if he struggles to grasp the new offensive system, there’s no guarantee Auburn’s new coaches will stick with him for the entire season.