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Malzahn confirms QB Clint Moseley no longer with team

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It’s been over a week since reports surfaced that one-time starting Auburn quarterback Clint Moseley was leaving the team. New Tigers coach Gus Malzahn confirmed those reports on Saturday.

As expected, Moseley will stay enrolled at Auburn and work to finish his degree. Once he’s graduated, Moseley can transfer to another FBS program without having to sit out a year to satisfy NCAA requirements.

AuburnSports.com reported earlier this month that Moseley met with new AU offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee to discuss his future with the program. After that meeting is when the quarterback reportedly made the decision.

The soon-to-be fifth-year senior started eight games over the past two seasons. He’s also served as a backup twice, once to Barrett Trotter in ’11 and Kiehl Frazier this past season, but saw time as a starter midway through those years.

Moseley finishes his time at Auburn with 1,183 yards passing with as many touchdowns as interceptions (six).

(Hat tip: AP)

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4 Responses to “Malzahn confirms QB Clint Moseley no longer with team”
  1. kattykathy says: Jan 20, 2013 7:57 AM

    Auburn- The classiest D-1 program in the state.

  2. bigdinla says: Jan 20, 2013 9:34 AM

    Everyone knew Mosely would not fit in Malzahns system. He is a passer not a runner. Mosely should have gone to South Alabama instead.

  3. kozbee says: Jan 20, 2013 11:37 AM

    Moseley never fit in as a QB period at Auburn or any other school.Throws never on target,not mobile,imo was no QB to find the way to a first down when needed.He needs to go on with his degree and make a life for himself.Best thing for Auburn when he left.Chizik coaching staff was no where near as good as what Gus has put together,now they need to start recruiting hard to make Auburn what they used to be.JMO.

  4. Deb says: Jan 20, 2013 10:45 PM

    Malzahn knows offense, so I’m not surprised to see Auburn make an immediate move at the QB position. Good for Gus and Lashlee that they made their intentions so clear to Moseley from the get-go. Now he can move forward completing his education, and they can move forward without any pretense of letting him try out for the starting position.

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