Auburn football fans support Zakoby McClain after fourth quarter ejection

Auburn football LB Zakoby McClain is feeling the love from Tiger fans after he was ejected on an officiating misfire in the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s 28-20 loss to Penn State.

After preventing Nittany Lions WR Parker Washington from finding the end zone with a bone-rattling tackle in the fourth quarter, McClain was disqualified from the eventual loss.

That will cost him the first half of AU’s next contest at Penn State as well.

The Auburn family isn’t giving McClain lip after the ejection, though, instead showing the trademark fan support that makes the Plains the best place in the country to play college football:

McClain had two tackles, with one of them being unassisted. Coming into this season, McClain vowed to make sure his greatness was recognized this season.

Saturday was disappointing for McClain and Auburn football fans alike, but 0% of the blame rests on the shoulders of McClain.

Perhaps his second half comeback could boost AU next week in a potential trap game against Georgia State.