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From The Chow Line To The Offensive Line

A healthy appetite helped pave the way for this Auburn football player's change of positions.

Auburn, Ala.--When Ben Grubbs arrived on campus in the summer of 2002, he was a 6-3, 248-pound linebacker. After brief stints at linebacker, defensive tackle and tight end, Grubbs has settled in as the first-string left guard at 302 pounds. Grubbs, a redshirt sophomore from Elmore County High School in Eclectic, Ala., contributes most of his weight gain to his eating habits. "It wasn't hard to...

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