Josh Vitale Montgomery Advertiser Published 6:29 PM EDT Sep 15, 2018 AUBURN — Looking back on it now, Arryn Siposs describes the decision he made as “high-risk, high-reward.” The risk was flying nearly 10,000 miles from Melbourne, Australia, to Auburn, leaving behind an Australian rules football career in the hopes of becoming an American football punter. The reward — he hoped — would be to follow in the footsteps of countrymen like Michael Dickson, who came to America from Sydney, became a star at Texas and was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL draft. “You got to come over here and really get the job done, or there’s no point, is there?” Siposs said this past Saturday in his first interview since arriving in Auburn. “You’ve kind of failed coming over here and giving it a crack.” The risk has been worth it so far. Siposs didn’t win the competition with incumbent Aidan Marshall to be Auburn’s starting punter in the fall, but he was on the field more than the field more than him in a Week 1 win over Washington in Atlanta and was named the starter ahead of a Week… Read full this story
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