Through two games, the Auburn offensive line has held its own for one of the nation's most-productive offenses. Now, the challenge reaches a whole nevel level at Penn State.
“They’ve been working very hard, so it was nice to see that hard work not go unnoticed tonight and to see those guys really have an opportunity to help those other players shine.”
Last season, Auburn center Nick Brahms was the lone returning starter on an offensive line that struggled at times. Now, Brahms is back and so is every starting lineman from 2020.
Auburn’s game Saturday against No. 5 Texas A&M offers an interesting dynamic for the Tigers.
"They started off, like you said, they started off getting beat down, this, that and the other, but they’ve responded great."
“We’ve got Keiondre and Trox. We’ve got guys that can step up and fill the role and just be able to go. We can’t miss a beat out there.”
Longtime, outspoken Auburn commit Keiondre Jones has his letter of intent filed.
Auburn added another potential piece to its future offensive line depth on Saturday, securing a much-sought-after commitment from Keiondre Jones.
The current jewel of Auburn’s 2019 recruiting class, five-star linebacker Owen Pappoe, is “100 percent” dedicated to the Tigers.