Former Auburn defensive end Quentin Groves died on Saturday morning at the age of 32.
Groves was an All-SEC pick in 2006 and spent nine years in the NFL playing for seven different teams.
But one of the most memorable moments of Groves’ career occurred off the field during a win over Alabama in 2007. The Tigers were just victorious in the Iron Bowl for the sixth year in a row and while the band was celebrating, Groves was the first of several players to join in. He conducted, danced, and cheered after the win.
Watch the moment below: