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)