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Junior defensive tackle Devaunte Sigler has been dismissed from the Auburn team, head coach Gus Malzahn said Friday.
We have high standards for our players,” Malzahn said. “They will represent the team and Auburn the right way.”
A native of Mobile, Sigler played in 18 games in his career, recording 12 tackles. He played in five games last season, making two two tackles.
#HUNH try and stop us!!!!
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One of the key foundations for building a team is discipline. Without it there is no team as we saw last year. It's good to see signs of a return to traditional Auburn discipline.
This post was edited by wcmcp 16 months ago
I have no idea what happened. I do hope he learns from his mistake(s) and does well going forward.
"So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth."... Rev. 3:16
Make room for real football players. Not just players.
Attitude is Everything
Good job Gus, make our standards high, just like they should be. WDE
I'm with you fellers, War Eagle!!!!!!!!
Apparently there has been drug testing this week but not sure thats it.
Enough said about the situation, good job Gus show them that there's gonna be change now and forever more, That is the way it's supposed to be ran from within and without any explanation as to what happened only an example of what will happen if something does happen. Look out Tigers for if you don't want to be men of character and integrity and want to work for everything that you succeed in life and also learn to be GREAT then I guess there's room for you on Sigler's team. Go Gus and WDE!!!!!!
"A CHAMPION NEVER TAKES SHORTCUTS HE ALWAYS PAYS THE COST TO BE THE BOSS"
Yes, I believe in Auburn.
Good to hear.
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