Clint Moseley came in for the second half of a loss against Arkansas earlier this month and has been Auburn’s quarterback ever since. That won’t change Saturday against Texas A&M.
Gene Chizik said on his radio show Thursday that Moseley will make his third straight start at QB for the Tigers. Kiehl Frazier, who began the season as Auburn’s starter, is still working through an arm injury.
“I know question-mark-wise that’s still out there… is Kiehl healthy? Is he not healthy? He’s not 100 percent yet. If I had to put a percentage on it, I’d say 80 [percent]. But Clint has done a nice job at practice, and that’s who we’re going with,” Chizik said, adding that freshman Jonathan Wallace could continue to see playing time.
Moseley is 38-of-59 for 373 yards and a touchdown, but three interceptions, on the year. Moseley played just alright in a loss to Vanderbilt last week, throwing for 98 yards.