Auburn’s football’s Bo Nix hits Central-Phenix sidelines at AHSAA Super 7 to watch brother and dad

BIRMINGHAM – Bo Nix has been in the news a lot lately, but has made time to attend high school football, especially his family.

Auburn‘s quarterback traveled to the AHSAA Super 7 Class 7A State Championship on Wednesday night to watch Central-Phenix City, where his father Patrick Nix coaches and his brother Caleb Nix is ​​the starting quarterback.

He has his right foot placed on a scooter so as not to weigh on it. He had end-of-season surgery on a broken ankle last month.

Auburn’s injured quarterback Bo Nix was on hand for the Thompson vs Central Phoenix City 7A State Championship game in Birmingham on Wednesday, December 1, 2021. Nix’s father, Patrick, is the head coach and his brother center quarterback Caleb Nix (11) is the team’s starting quarterback. [Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr]

Auburn finished the regular season 6-6 and 3-5 in the SEC. He missed the Iron Bowl against Alabama with injury and was taken out of reinforcement TJ Finley early in the season in one game.

Nix played football at Pinson Valley High School, where his father won two state championships before moving to Central.

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