Auburn continued preparations for Saturday's game with Alabama while getting ready for possible wet…
McClover And Tigers Continue Preparations For Tide
Auburn, Ala.–-When the Auburn Tigers (10-0, 7-0) square off against Alabama (6-4, 3-4) Saturday afternoon in Tuscaloosa, one of the players that everyone will keep a close eye on is Auburn sophomore defensive end Stanley McClover. Currently tied for the SEC lead in sacks at seven and a half with teammate Quentin Groves and Georgia's David Pollack, McClover has come a long way, but said that he's still got a lot to prove beginning this weekend against Alabama. "I'll never be where I want to be, but I feel like my game is getting better every week," McClover says. "There is no limit to what I can accomplish, I just have to keep working hard and keep playing how I'm playing and things will look up." In his first season of playing after sitting out last year because NCAA academic questions concerning his high school work, McClover has wasted little time in adjusting to the college game. He said that while he's been able to make plays, the toughest part of the game is worrying about doing...
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