‘We have to limit him,’ Bo Nix explains how Auburn will handle Jordan Davis

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Jordan Davis should not be able to move the way that he does.

Listed at 6’6″, 340 pounds, Davis has been making plays in opposing backfields all season for Georgia. He currently has10 tackles, three TFLs, 1.5 sacks, and four quarterback hurries over the span of five games.

Here is what Bo Nix had to say about defensive lineman Jordan Davis and how Auburn is going to prepare for him.

I’ve played guys like (Jordan Davis) before. I’ve never had a huge issue with it. I’ve just got to go out there and play my own game… At the end of the day, we have to do our best to block him. (Davis) is going to make his plays, and that’s why he’s going to be a great draft pick, so we just have to limit the amount of times he is making plays, we have to do our job and let him beat us, not us beat ourselves. We can’t let him or (any of Georgia’s players) have free shots at us and disrupting our plays. we jsut have to do a good job of playing clean.

As Nix mentioned, Auburn will need to be sound up front not just against Davis, but the entire defensive front for the Bulldogs.

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