"Arthur Gustav "Gus" Malzahn, III" is an American football coach and former player. Malzahn is currently the head coach at Auburn University, a position he assumed prior to the 2013 season. He spent the 2012 season as the head football coach at Arkansas State University. From 2009 to 2011, Malzahn served as the offensive coordinator at Auburn University. In 2010, a season in which the 2010 Auburn Tigers football team/Auburn Tigers won the College football national championships in NCAA Division I FBS/national championship, Malzahn received the Broyles Award, which recognizes the top assistant coach in college football. Prior to his stints at Arkansas State and Auburn, Malzahn served as offensive coordinator at the University of Arkansas and the University of Tulsa, respectively.

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It's a true honor for me to be here. I love the Razorbacks.

It was awkward at times, especially at first. But I think the reality is they actually saw me with a Razorback on my shirt, and it kind of hit home that, hey, he is over there, he's not at Springdale anymore.

We knew this season would be remembered one way or the other. It's been a dream the whole way, and what a better way to cap it.

He has all the tools and can throw with zip or touch. He makes great decisions.

This was a very special season not only for the school but for the community and the state. What these kids were able to do on a state and national level was pretty phenomenal.

We gave up our rooms for people that needed them.

I came in late, but I got an opportunity to recruit my former players, which was very unique. We feel we finished strong and addressed our needs so we're very excited about this class.

But at the same time he understands he's going to have to earn his playing time. We have some very good quarterbacks on campus already, so we'll play the best and see what happens.

Our plan every week is to throw the football, but tonight our quarterback played extremely well.