For the second straight week, an Auburn player has left Gus Malzahn's program.
Sophomore walk-on punter Aidan Marshall is no longer on the team, Malzahn announced Tuesday at his weekly press conference. 247 Sports' Brandon Marcello reported the news earlier in the day.
"We feel very good about Arryn, he's done a good job," Malzahn said. "Ian Shannon will come back and be our backup punter moving forward the rest of the season."
Marshall started the season opener against Washington but has since been supplanted by former Australian Prokick player Arryn Siposs. Marshall punted just once in the opener for 30 yards. Siposs has four punts for a 41-yard average.
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