Malzahn says QB will ‘deal with the consequences’ after citation
Gus Malzahn, the Auburn coach, said on Monday at the SEC Media Days in Hoover, AL that Nick Marshall will learn from his ‘mistake’ after the QB was cited for less than an ounce of marijuana in his car.
“Nick made a mistake and he’ll have to deal with the consequences,” Malzahn said. “I’m not ready to say what those consequences are at this time, but he will deal with it.”
Malzahn added that defensive end Carl Lawson will miss most or all of a season with a torn ACL. Malzahn added that Lawson’s surgery was “successful”, and that the player was working “extremely hard” to ensure a 2014 comeback.
All Auburn representatives were wearing a No.43 badge in memory of Philip Lutzenkirchen – one of the best tight ends in Auburn history – who died earlier this summer in a car crash.
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