AUBURN — Averaging 35.5 points and 485 yards of total offense in a season looks pretty good to me, but that was a dip in production from the previous season when Auburn led nation in rushing, won the SEC and played for a national title.Auburn coach Gus Malzahn plans to stick with his offensive foundation despite SEC teams having two years of film on his offense as a head coach of the Tigers.Teams had a better feel for Auburn in Year 2 under Gus Malzahn, but he’s sticking to his offensive philosophy heading into his third season as head coach.“You believe in something, you have your foundation of what you are and that doesn’t change,” Malzahn said. “You always look at things you need to improve on. You always look at what they’re seeing. There’s a game within a game as far as scheming, wrinkles and everything with that. That’s part of it.“Can Auburn’s offense go faster in ’15? Lashlee says yesHowever, opposing SEC coaches now have two years of film to study Auburn’s offense that averaged 328.3 yards rushing and 39.5 points in 2013. Last season, the Tigers averaged 72.8 fewer yards on the ground from the 2013 season.“Teams prepared better for us,” said former Auburn running back Corey Grant after last season, “Everybody knew how he ran his offense. It was fast paced, up tempo. Coming back this year, teams had a year to prepare and they knew what to expect.”So will those numbers continue to dip in 2015? The rushing yards could, but mainly because Auburn should pass the ball more with junior Jeremy Johnson at quarterback. Then again, if Auburn’s improves on defense under new defensive coordinator Will Muschamp, Auburn could get more opportunities on offense to put up better numbers.Numbers aside, Malzahn is sticking to his offensive philosophy regardless.