One More Time: Coaches Honor Coleman Again

Senior defensive end Antonio Coleman has been honored again by the SEC football coaches.

Auburn, Ala.--Senior Antonio Coleman was named a first team All-SEC defensive end by the league's coaches on Tuesday and two other Tigers were honored.

Senior cornerback Walter McFadden and junior offensive tackle Lee Ziemba were second team selections.

Senior tailback Ben Tate and junior center Ryan Pugh, who were announced as second team AP All-SEC selections on Monday, were not on the two all-league teams selected by the coaches.

Coleman was also a first team All-SEC selection by the coaches as a junior. He leads the SEC in tackles for loses with 15 1/2 this season as well as quarterback sacks with nine.

For his career Coleman has 23 1/2 sacks with one game to play, Auburn's New Year's Day Outback Bowl Game vs. Northwestern. The Auburn record for sacks in a career is 26 shared by Quentin Groves and Gerald Robinson.

McFadden has four interceptions to lead the Tigers, which ties him for fifth in the SEC this season. He returned an interception 29 yards for a TD vs. Ole Miss.

Ziemba, who plays left tackle, has started every game for the Tigers the past three seasons.

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