Will quarterback Nick Marshall still be a part of Auburn's SEC Media Days contingent next week?  The Auburn QB was cited for possession of marijuana of less than one ounce in Reynolds, Georgia on Friday. Pulled over for a possible window tinting violation, he was not arrested.

Coach Gus Malzhan released a statement Friday night.  "I am aware of the situation that happened earlier today with Nick. I'm very disappointed and I will address it with him accordingly," 

According to AL.com, no decision has been made regarding whether Marshall will still be a part of the Auburn SEC Media Days contingent on Monday. After leading the Tigers to an SEC championship and a spot in the national title game, Marshall is considered one of the best quarterbacks in the SEC and a potential Heisman Trophy contender.