AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Auburn left tackle Lee Ziemba says his right
knee is fine and he's "good to go" for the Clemson game.
Ziemba was hurt on a cut block in the second quarter at
Mississippi State last Thursday night. He says he was full-speed by
Tuesday's practice for No. 16 Auburn and expects to start his 41st
consecutive game against Clemson Saturday night.
Ziemba says he knew at the time that the injury wasn't that bad.
He says the coaches told him to lay down on the field to give time
for replacement Brandon Mosley to change out of the jersey he uses
as a tight end.
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