by TD Staff ReporterSeptember 11, 2018
Mulitple sources are reporting that Auburn punter Aidan Marshall has left the team. Per AL.com:
Marshall, a walk-on, averaged 39.37 yards on 43 punts as a true freshman last season. He had one punt for 30 yards against Washington and was replaced by former Australian Football Leaguer Arryn Siposs, who had four punts averaging 40.8 yards since.
Auburn ranks sixth in the SEC and 60th nationally in net punting (38.6 yards) this season after ranking last in the SEC and 115th last season.
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