Auburn fans can exhale just a bit after this news.
AL.com reported that SEC leading rusher Kamryn Pettway practiced with the Tigers on Wednesday for the first time since suffering a leg injury last week.
“He was out there today,” offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee said. “He was dressed out. At this point I’d say he’s just day-to-day.”
Pettway suffered a leg injury in the fourth quarter of last Saturday’s game against Vanderbilt, and there were questions on whether he would be able to play for the rivalry game against Georgia. While the “day-to-day” doesn’t mean that Pettway is sure to play, it is certainly an upgrade, and good new for Auburn that he is practicing.
Pettway has 1,106 rushing yards and seven touchdowns in eight games this season.