With a new head coach in for the 2013 season, one of the three quarterbacks who started a game for Auburn in 2012 is reportedly on his way out.
According to AuburnSports.com, Clint Moseley met with new AU offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee Wednesday to discuss his future with the Tigers. Following the meeting, Moseley decided to take his leave of the football program.
AU has declined to comment on Moseley’s status for the 2013 season, and there was no indication as to whether the player, who will graduate this summer, will transfer to another school. al.com, though, reports that Moseley intends to stay at Auburn until he graduates. After that, he’d be free to transfer to another FBS program without sitting out the year normally required by the NCAA.
Moseley has started eight games the past two seasons for the Tigers, going 2-6 in those starts. He began both the 2011 and 2012 seasons as the backup, first to Barrett Trotter and then to Kiehl Frazier, before taking over the starting job midway through the year.
This season, Frazier started the first five games before giving way to Moseley, who started three games before giving way to freshman Jonathan Wallace.