Moseley Decides To Give Up Football

Auburn will be down to just a pair of scholarship quarterbacks for spring practice.

Auburn, Ala.—Following a career that saw him start nine games in his three years with the Tigers, Clint Moseley has decided to give up football and just concentrate on getting his degree as a senior at Auburn. A former Mr. Football in Alabama as a star at Leroy High, Moseley's departure leaves the Tigers with just two scholarship quarterbacks for spring practice.

Playing in just one game in 2010 following a redshirt season, Moseley took over the starting role for the Tigers in his redshirt sophomore year. Completing 66-108 passes for 800 yards with five touchdowns and three interceptions, Moseley showed some potential as the Tigers earned a bid to the Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta.

Last season Moseley started three games for the Tigers as a junior, completing 38-60 passes for 720 373 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions. Despite a completion percentage of 63.3 percent, Moseley was unable to take the offense to another level under first year coordinator Scot Loeffler.

With Moseley gone the competition in the spring will be down to junior Kiehl Frazier and sophomore Jonathan Wallace. Last season Wallace completed 46-80 passes for 720 yards and four touchdowns with four interceptions while Frazier was 62-116 for 753 yards and two touchdowns with eight interceptions.

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