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Name: Owen Pappoe 
College: Auburn     Number: 0
Height: 6-1   Weight: 222
Position: OLB  Pos2: ILB
Class/Draft Year: So/2023

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.48
  40 High: 4.58
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 Owen Pappoe, Auburn, Player News

  10/15/20 - OLB Owen PappoeSo/2023, Auburn, 6-1, 222 (DS#1 OLB) + More +

  With senior linebacker K.J. Britt sidelined due to thumb surgery, all eyes were on Auburn's other linebackers Saturday in their first test without the team's leading tackler. While the performance wasn't perfect, the group showed they were willing to do what was asked of them in order to keep the Tigers in contention. Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn had previously named sophomore Owen Pappoe and junior Zakoby McClain as two players who needed to step up in Britt's absence, and against the Razorbacks the duo delivered. McClain was Auburn's leading tackler with 13 tackles to go with two quarterback hurries, while Pappoe followed close behind with 10 tackles and a sack.

Malzahn announced on Sunday that McClain and Pappoe each earned Auburn's defensive helmet stickers for their play against the Razorbacks. For Pappoe, the linebackers' collective play was the product of a mentality in which whoever is on the field has got to deliver. "I honestly think we all stepped up. It wasn't perfect, but due to the players we lost we all stepped up and did the best we could," Pappoe said on Saturday. "(It's) all hands on deck. We have the mentality of next man up. We were talking before the game like, 'This one's for KJ.' We went out there and gave our all … We just have to keep being prepared for that, and I think we'll be alright going down the line." - Opelika-Auburn News


(DS#1 OLB) So/2023 OLB Owen PappoeAuburn
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  09/28/20 - OLB Owen PappoeSo/2023, Auburn, 6-1, 222 (DS#1 OLB) + More +

  For Pappoe, who ended the day with eight tackles and one sack, the strong finish after a so-so start was only natural given how long the Tigers had gone without a game. "I think, obviously, with the first game since last year - since earlier this year in the bowl game - we had some rust to knock off. At the end, we ended up pulling through and did a good job," Pappoe said. "We're going to correct all the mistakes we made this week in practice, so we're going to be even better next week." The Tigers were on their heels at times Saturday, although even their worst points only led to seven points for Kentucky in the first half and six in the second.

Now, Auburn hopes to grow from the performance when it hits the road to face a Georgia offense that is still trying to figure things out. "It's the saying that everybody knows: It's not about how you start. It's how you finish," Pappoe said. "We were rusty the first half, but we knew we had to come out the second half and execute. We just knew the ultimate goal is to win. That means do whatever you can. No matter what the situation is, make sure you win. We just knew the ultimate goal, and everybody kept the course." - Opelika-Auburn News


(DS#1 OLB) So/2023 OLB Owen PappoeAuburn
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  08/30/20 - OLB Owen PappoeSo/2023, Auburn, 6-1, 222 (DS#1 OLB) + More +

  Owen Pappoe had his eye on the No. 0 long before the NCAA approved the change to make it an eligible jersey number back in April. It's actually something Pappoe has wanted since well before he stepped foot on the Plains. "I was trying to get it in high school, but it was the same as college; it wasn't an eligible number," Pappoe said. "So, when I heard they were going to pass it, I told Coach, 'Hey, Coach, I want to one of the first guys to get dibs.'" Pappoe, who wore No. 10 as a freshman last season, heard rumors about a looming change in the legality of the No. 0 months before the NCAA voted on the change. It was back in December or January, he said, that he first became aware of the possibility and approached his coaches about it.

According to Pappoe, Auburn's coaches had not heard about the possibility of that change yet-but assured him that if it happened, he would get the opportunity to change jersey numbers Then in February, the NCAA Football Rules Committee recommended the change to allow players to wear No. 0 in response to the popularity of single-digit numbers. Two months later, in April, the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved of the new rule, opening up an opportunity for hundreds of players across the country to rock the peculiar jersey number. - Birmingham News


(DS#1 OLB) So/2023 OLB Owen PappoeAuburn
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  03/10/20 - OLB Owen PappoeSo/2023, Auburn, 6-1, 222 (DS#1 OLB) + More +

  Auburn returns its key core of four linebackers from last season in seniors K.J. Britt and Chandler Wooten, junior Zakoby McClain and sophomore Owen Pappoe. While Britt (12 starts, with the lone exception the LSU game when Auburn utilized a 3-1-7 scheme) and Pappoe (13 starts) were staples in the starting lineup, the Tigers relied on all four of these players rotating at linebacker throughout the season. As linebackers coach Travis Williams likes to say: Auburn doesn't have starters at linebacker; it has standards.

These four have helped raise the standard at the position for the Tigers, who have reshaped the linebacker corps since Steele's arrival and Williams took over the room. Britt earned All-SEC honors last year, in his first season as a starter, and will be the voice of Auburn's defense in 2020. Pappoe finished as the team's sixth-leading tackler last season and was the first true freshman to make an impact at linebacker since at least 2012. - Birmingham News


(DS#1 OLB) So/2023 OLB Owen PappoeAuburn
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  01/23/20 - OLB Owen PappoeSo/2023, Auburn, 6-1, 222 (DS#1 OLB) + More +

  Auburn defensive coordinator Kevin Steele has agreed to a three-year contract through the 2022 season. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn announced the deal on Wednesday. The school did not release terms of the contract. Steele was set to make about $1.9 million last year. Auburn has ranked in the top 20 nationally in scoring defense in each of Steele's four seasons. Besides the Tigers, only four other FBS programs have held opponents under 20 points per game in each of the last four seasons. Auburn's defense produced two potential high NFL draft picks this season, defensive tackle Derrick Brown and defensive end Marlon Davidson. - AP College Football

(DS#1 OLB) So/2023 OLB Owen PappoeAuburn
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