Auburn has dismissed defensive tackle Devaunte Sigler for violating undisclosed team rules. Tigers coach Gus Malzahn announced the decision in a statement Friday. He says...
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"we have high standards for our players" and that "they will represent the team and Auburn the right way."

Sigler was a junior who played in 18 games in his career with 12 tackles. He played in five games last season and had two stops.
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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At least it wasn't for a beating or a robbery.
Reply56 months
I wonder if he had 82 stops last year instead of 2 would he still be on the team? Seems like an easy way to open up a scholarship spot for someone they may think is better! Watchathink?
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Reply56 months
Well,isn't that just too much.
Reply56 months
Panties all in a wad missy garrison?
How many more riders will get off the "gus bus" before the season starts?
Reply56 months
OM Lock
Reply56 months
Gtfo idiot!
Reply56 months
Three strikes and your out!!!!!

"Smokin in the boyz room"
Reply56 months
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