Freshman quarterback Jonathan Wallace may be in line for his first start after a strong showing during an ugly loss for Auburn.
Wallace passed for two touchdowns as Auburn's third quarterback and the Tigers lost 63-21 to Texas A&M on Saturday night.
Aggies freshman Johnny Manziel ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more - in a little more than a half.
The Aggies gained 671 total yards, the most ever allowed by Auburn, in their first game at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Texas A&M, in its first season in the Southeastern Conference, led 42-7 at halftime and 49-7 after Manziel's final possession.
Auburn (1-7, 0-6), which has lost five straight, is off to its worst start since going 1-7 in 1952.
The ugly loss came two days after Auburn president Jay Gogue addressed the football program in a message to fans. He said concerns expressed by fans ''are sincere and heartfelt, and I share many of them.''
Gogue didn't mention coach Gene Chizik but said the program ''will be evalua...