LISTEN: Gabe Gross on the Opening Kickoff

gabegrossOn Wednesday, former Auburn quarterback and MLB outfielder Gabe Gross sat down with Mark and Lee.

Gross said that he is now a college baseball analyst for ESPN and the SEC Network, but that he is also covering some football for them as well.

“I do a little bit of football here and there for them,” Gross said. “Mainly at the high school level.”

Gross, who was at the Auburn-Clemson game at the beginning of the year, said he didn’t agree with head coach Gus Malzahn’s initial multiple-quarterback scheme was a good idea, but that the next game’s adjustment was a good call.

“What an adjustment it was,” Gross said. “I don’t think (Arkansas State) is gonna have the greatest¬†team in the world, but if you throw up 700 yards on offense, I don’t care if that’s seven-on-seven, that’s perfect.”

He said that he feels the SEC will have close games this year, but that’s because the teams are similar.

“I really feel like, just this year, you can take A&M, LSU, Auburn and Ole Miss… throw them in a¬†mixer and spit em out, talent-wise they’re all pretty close,” Gross said.

With that in mind, Gross said he thinks Malzahn is “getting it done.”

Listen to the full interview below: