We've seen this before. In 2009 the Auburn offensive line was getting better each week, and by the time the 2010 season started, Auburn had built a formidable front group. Cam Newton called them "the big uglies" in admiration of their willingness to play with their hands in the dirt, and pave the way for the Malzahn offense. A record setting offense.
Fast forward to present day Auburn football, and you can see the same transformation taking shape on this season's version of the offensive line. Once a level of consistency is reached and this team can actually run the entire offensive playbook of Malzahn's, the results will speak for themselves.
Here is a video, courtesy of AL.com, with Auburn offensive lineman Greg Robinson discussing these things with the media.