For the second season in a row, an Auburn Tiger walked away with the SEC Freshman of the Year award.
Last season saw Bo Nix receive the honor, with Tank Bigsby taking it home this year.
On Tuesday, the SEC announced its All-SEC teams and Player of the Year awards as voted on by the conference's coaches.
Auburn had four players earn All-SEC honors along with Bigsby's SEC Freshman of the Year award.
Bigsby shared the Co-SEC Freshman of the Year honor with Missouri's Connor Bazelak. Bigsby finished the regular season with 834 rushing yards on 138 attempts, including four games with 100+ rushing yards.
Not only did Bigsby earn Freshman of the Year honors, but he was also named to the Freshman All-SEC team at both running back and at all-purpose.
Alongside Bigsby on the Freshman All-SEC team was defensive lineman Colby Wooden. Wooden finished the season with 41 total tackles and 9.5 tackles for a loss.
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While Bigsby and Wooden represented Auburn on the Freshman All-SEC team, Anders Carlson and Big Kat Bryant earned Second Team All-SEC honors.
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