Auburn player had the most obvious fake injury in Saturday's game against LSU
Attempting to slow down the vaunted LSU offense in the second half of Saturday’s game at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Auburn junior defensive end Big Kat Bryant utilized a questionable tactic.
Barstool Sports shared video of Bryant’s “injury:”
Prayers up for #1 on Auburn. Looks like a brutal injury. pic.twitter.com/CdqAsWQRMA
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 26, 2019
Behind junior Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s 136 yards and a score, No. 2 LSU held off No. 9 Auburn, 23-20.
A junior out of Cordele, Georgia, Bryant recorded two tackles against LSU. On the season, the 250-pounder has 12 tackles (two TFL) and a sack-and-a-half in eight games.
Falling to 6-2 with the loss, Auburn will host Ole Miss (3-5) on Saturday at 7:00PM ET on ESPN.
Remaining unbeaten at 8-0, LSU is idle on November 2 before traveling to Tuscaloosa to battle the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0) on November 9 (3:30PM ET, SEC on CBS).