The competition will be strong when the Cincinnati Bearcats return to the practice fields to prepare for the 2016 season. Hayden Moore knows he's got work to do if he's going to push forward in his fight to become the Bearcats starting signal caller. Bearcat Insider spoke with Moore following the Bearcats spring game.
It has been a great past year for sophomore quarterback Hayden Moore as he emerged as a player to watch for the Cincinnati Bearcats as Gunner Kiel fought injuries.
Moore may have benefited from his game experience when it comes to looking forward to who will step forward and claim the Bearcats starting quarterback job when the team heads off to Camp Higher Ground and back to campus to open the 2016 season.
However, he knows there is still more work to do after going 7-of-18 for 81 yards with two interceptions.