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The 2010 Iron Bowl against Alabama marked Ziemba's 50th start, breaking the previous school record for most starts. With the SEC championship game and bowl game remaining, Ziemba stands to extend his record to 52 starts.[6][7]

As a senior, Ziemba was named to the 2010 AFCA Coaches’ All-America team.[8] He also won the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, an award given to the SEC's best blocker.

Lee Ziemba #73 OL

Birth Date March 29, 1989

Hometown ROGERS, AR

Height 6-8

Weight 319 lbs.

Age 21

Class Senior

Career -- Has started every game since 2007, a streak of 38 consecutive starts.

2009 -- Coaches' Second-Team All-SEC ... Associated Press Honorable Mention All-SEC ... Phil Steele's Second-Team Midseason All-SEC ... Started all 13 games ... Had 67 knockdown blocks, second most on team ... Part of line that allowed 21 sacks in 364 pass attempts this season ... Started at tackle in season opener vs. Louisiana Tech and recorded eight knockdown blocks ... Did not allow a sack on 27 pass attempts vs. Tech ... Against Mississippi State, did not allow a sack in 24 pass attempts and had a team-high 9.5 knockdown blocks ... Led offensive line with nine knockdown blocks vs. West Virginia ... Played every offensive snap vs. Mountaineers ... Had a pair of knockdown blocks vs. Ball State ... Finished with second-most knockdown blocks vs. Tennessee with seven ... Recorded second-most knockdown blocks vs. Arkansas, totaling 8.5 ... Against Kentucky, had five knockdown blocks and helped Tigers rush for 220 yards ... Finished with six knockdown blocks vs. LSU ... Totaled a team-best seven knockdown blocks vs. Ole Miss ... Playing just the first half vs. Furman, had five knockdown blocks ... Against Georgia, recorded first career reception for a loss of 3 yards ... Part of o-line that helped Tigers to 332 yards total offense and 21 points vs. Alabama ... Helped paved way to 420 yards total offense vs. Northwestern in Outback Bowl.

2008 -- Second Team Preseason Media All-SEC ... Second Team Preseason Coaches' All-SEC ... Phil Steele's Preseason Second Team All-SEC ... Started all 12 games ... Had season-high grade of 92 percent vs. Southern Miss ... Finished with 47 cockroach blocks, 19 pancake blocks and 72 rodeo blocks ... Started at left tackle in season opener vs. Louisiana-Monroe, grading at 91 percent on 61 plays ... Played 74 snaps vs. Southern Miss, grading at 92 percent ... Had nine cockroach blocks, three pancake blocks and 12 rodeo blocks vs. Southern Miss ... Graded 83 percent overall on 77 snaps vs. Mississippi State ... Had 12 rodeo blocks, five cockroach blocks and six pancake blocks vs. MSU ... Graded at 75 percent overall on 71 snaps vs. LSU with nine rodeo, two cockroach and half a pancake blocks ... On 72 snaps vs. Tennessee, graded at 79 percent overall with 12 rodeo blocks and one pancake block ... Graded out at 80 percent on 65 snaps vs. Vanderbilt ... On 62 snaps, graded at 87 percent with two rodeo, two pancake and three cockroach blocks vs. Arkansas ... Posted an 87 percent grade on 71 snaps vs. Ole Miss ... Had seven cockroach and three rodeo blocks vs. Rebels ... Graded at 91 percent overall on 65 snaps vs. UT Martin, with six rodeo, seven cockroach and two pancake blocks ... Against Georgia, played 71 snaps and graded at 86 percent overall with five rodeo, two cockroach and one pancake block.

2007 -- Collegefootballnews.com's Freshman All-America First Team ... Coaches' All-SEC Freshman Team ... First-Team Freshman All-American by Scout.com and Rivals.com First Team Freshman All-American ... Sporting News SEC All-Freshman Team and Sporting News First Team Freshman All-America Team ... Started all 13 games on offensive line ... First true freshman at Auburn to start season opener since WR's Ben Obomanu and Devin Aromoshodu in 2002 ... Only third true freshman during Tuberville era to start in season opener ... In a team-high 73 snaps, graded out at 73 percent including 82 percent on assignments against Kansas State ... Also led offensive line with 74 plays against South Florida, earning an overall grade of 86 percent, including 93 percent on assignments ... Graded out at 79 percent overall while playing all 70 snaps against Mississippi State ... Had an 89 percent mark on assignments against the Bulldogs ... 64 plays against New Mexico State, recording a 91 percent overall grade, which was second highest among AU linemen, and posted a 98 percent on assignments ... In 69 plays against No. 4 Florida, tied for team high in overall grade at 86 percent and tied for second on OL with a 96 percent on assignments ... Team-high 60 snaps versus Vanderbilt ... Posted a 81 percent overall grade and a 93 percent on assignments against the Commodores ... Overall grade of 91 percent on 81 snaps at Arkansas ... At LSU, had an 84 percent overall grade ... Played 79 snaps vs. Ole Miss, grading out at 86 percent ... Graded at 87 percent overall on just 25 snaps vs. Tennessee Tech ... Registered a 90 percent overall grade on 65 snaps vs. Alabama.

HIGH SCHOOL -- High School Coach: Ronnie Peacock ... Registered 31 pancake blocks, 43 knockdown blocks and was in on 11 tackles and 1.5 sacks playing defense in goal line situations as a senior ... Had 27 pancake blocks, 25 knockdowns, 21 champion blocks and 13 deuce blocks his junior season ... Member of the USA Today All-American team ... Gatorade Arkansas Football Player of the Year ... Named Orlando Sentinel Arkansas Player of the Year ... Ranked No. 1 in the Arkansas Top 15 by Rivals.com ... Ranked 34th nationally in the Rivals100 ... Slated No. 4 nationally at offensive tackle by Rivals.com ... Ranked No. 4 nationally by Espn.com ... Named 7A All-State and 7A Player of the Year by the Arkansas High School Athletic Association ... Named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100 ... Named to the Parade Magazine All-America team ... Named a Scout All-American and ranked No. 31 in the Scout National Hot 100 ... Selected to play in the Max Emfinger All-American Bowl Game Classic following his senior season ... Named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Super Sophomore team in 2004 ... Named All-State in 2005 by Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and AHSAA ... Led his team to the 7A state championship game ... Selected 2006 Arkansas Gatorade Player of the Year ... Named Northwest Arkansas Morning News Co-Player of the Year.

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