Zep Jasper's got that dawg in him.
In the third edition of our Auburn basketball player deep dives, let's take a closer look at what makes another season of the Honey Badger so intriguing.
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PG/SG Zep Jasper (Jacob Taylor/Auburn Athletics)
There’s a certain meme that has gotten somewhat popular on the sports corners of Twitter over the last several months.
Normally, this writer wouldn’t identify with it too much. This newsletter, as most people reading this already know, is big on stats and analytics.
But, sometimes, there are certain players that turn the vibe of The Observer from the guy on the left to the guy on the right here:
For Auburn basketball, that player is Zep Jasper.
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