Clint Moseley joins Barrett Trotter in foregoing his senior year of eligibility at Auburn in back-to-back years. Moseley was banged up for the entire season with a shoulder injury that saw him miss the first part of the season, and an ankle injury finally ended it.
What effect does this have on Gus Malzahn and Auburn’s offense?
Moseley wouldn’t have been a factor in Malzahn’s offense anyway, because Auburn already has two current dual-threat quarterbacks in Kiehl Frazier and Jonathan Wallace, as well as incoming freshmen Jeremy Johnson and Jason Smith, to run Malzahn’s offense.
Moseley completed 38 of 60 passes for 373 yards and one touchdown in 2012. He threw for 1,173 yards with six touchdowns and six interceptions. He wasn’t a first-round draft pick and wasn’t heralded to be so upon signing with Auburn, but he did maximize his potential and did actually flash some ability at times over the last couple of years when he was healthy.
Moseley plans to stay at Auburn and get his degree.
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