Auburn’s Gene Chizik has decided to once again start Clint Moseley at quarterback this weekend at Vanderbilt. Last night the coach said on his weekly radio show:
“It’s one of those situations where at the beginning of the week you’ve really got to give them a good look just in terms of number of reps and who’s improving, And again, Kiehl (Frazier) has kind of a little bit of a nagging injury that he’s just going to have to push some work through. That’s the bottom line.”
So just as Moseley’s nagging injury in the preseason gave the starter’s job to Frazier coming out of the gate, now it’s Frazier’s own injury that making Moseley the default starter. Neither quarterback has looked great in the playing time they have had.
Moseley came off the bench two weeks ago against Arkansas and then started against Ole Miss. Auburn’s offense still sputtered, as it had under Frazier, even though Moseley was a tad more accurate throwing the football.
The two quarterbacks’ numbers to date: