Both Auburn & Oregon run veer option out the spread.
arrived on campus the next season. With a 6-6, 250-pounder at quarterback, Malzahn stuck to the base play "power", where the line blocks down, the fullback kicks out the unblocked defensive end and the running back follows a pulling guard through the hole, a play Auburn used heavily in Tre Mason
's 304-yard performance against Missouri. That team also relied on the inverted veer
, a play that allowed Newton to read the unblocked play-side defensive end; if the end crashes inside, Newton handed the ball to a running back on the sweep. If the end stayed outside, Newton kept it himself and take it up the middle behind the guard, a formula Marshall followed for 68 yards against Tennessee."