Auburn Receiver Kyle Davis Dismissed from Program

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Auburn football Nate Craig Myers-spring football Auburn Tigers football Gus Malzahn-Jarrett Stidham

"We spread the ball out with the different receivers", Craig-Myers said.

Kyle Davis has been dismissed from the Auburn football team after a year and a half long career on the plains.

"Jarrett probably has more flexibility than any quarterback that we've had since I've been in college", Malzahn said.

Davis is the third player to leave the Auburn team this season.

Craig-Myers has a point about spreading the ball around, at least behind Ryan Davis, who is tied for second in the SEC with 33 receptions. Craig-Myers had almost as much production on A-Day (five catches for 154 yards) as he has all season.

So what does Craig-Myers do when he's not catching passes? His position coach asks him the same question just about every day.

"(Wide receivers coach Kodi) Burns tells us a lot that 'when you don't get the ball, what are you doing when you don't have the ball in your hands?'" Craig-Myers said.

Auburn will look to move on from the loss to LSU when the Tigers travel to take on Arkansas this weekend. "When I don't have the ball, whether it's blocking or running my guy off, I just have to make the most out of it", Craig-Myers said. "When you lose a game like that, everybody is going to have doubts in their head and everybody is going to be upset. Everybody is ready to get out there".