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Auburn Places 10 on All-SEC Team (updated 12-10-13)

By on December 9th, 2013 in Football, News 2 Comments »

        Rimington Trophy finalist Reese Dismuke’s is  on both All- SEC Teams. (photo: Julie Bennett,

The SEC Champion Auburn Tigers placed 10 players on the Associated Press All-SEC Team Monday. In addition, Heisman candidate, Tre Mason was named the Offensive Player of the Year and Head Coach Gus Malzahn, was named the Coach of the Year.

The number of players honored is indicative of the turn around that has taken place on The Plains this year. The Tigers didn’t have any players recognized in 2012.

Making the First Team in addition to Mason was Offensive Tackle Greg Robinson and Defensive End, Dee Ford.

Rimington Trophy Finalist, Senior Reese Dismukes is joined on the second Team by junior Tight End C.J. Uzomah and senior Corner back Chris Davis.

Quarterback Nick Marshall leads an Honorable Mention Team which includes senior Star Safety Robenson Therezie, junior Defensive Tackle Gabe Wright, and senior punter Steven Clark.

There still may be more Tigers recognized as the Coaches All-SEC Team has not been released yet. And don’t be surprised to see some on this list chosen for All-American Teams.


Tre Mason, Reese Dismukes and Dee Ford were named Tuesday All-SEC First Team performers by the Coaches. Corner back Chris Davis made the Second Team.
But to not have AP First Teamer Greg Robinson on the list is just downright puzzling.


  1. SandMountainTiger SandMountainTiger says:

    Steven Clark honorable mention?!?! Man, I think he should win the Ray Guy award. If there’s a better punter in the country, I haven’t seen him play.

    • Col.Angus Col.Angus says:

      I was thinking the same thing. I can’t believe there is ONE punter better than Clark, much less two. They must be basing this on average. I don’t think Clark has had more than 4 punts returned all year, and he puts about that many inside the 10 every game. Steven you’re number 1 in my book buddy!

      And what an honor for Tre and Greg Robinson, in a league where great runners and tackles are everywhere!