Former Auburn star is honoring his school with lots of ink

By Adam Kramer   Jun. 25, 2012

Although I don’t typically encourage any sort of collegiate logo in tattoo form there are, of course, exceptions to this rule. The first is that you’re an athlete or a former athlete at that school. The second is that if you’re going to take the plunge, well, it had better be solid ink work.

Former Auburn lineman Lee Ziemba has managed to do just that, and he’s dedicated one full arm (well, at least half of one) to his former school. Ziemba, who was drafted by the Panthers in 2011, certainly hasn’t forgotten his roots.

The War Eagle Reader has pics of the work in progress, and it is certainly coming together well after about nine hours of chair time. The finished product, which will like require about 30 hours, should be pretty wonderful.

Via WER:

Former Auburn standout Lee Ziemba has always worn his Auburn heart on his sleeve. Now the War Eagle Warrior is adding the Auburn Creed, Samford Hall, and pretty much every Auburn icon you can imagine with a half-sleeve Auburn tattoo that is being inked by Leah Farrow, an artist at local tattoo parlor Shenanigans.

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    1. 3rd Degree

      Where is the image of the patented Lee Ziemba Chop Block? Disappointed that his legacy didnt make the arm sleeve.

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