Clint Moseley leaves Auburn's football team


Junior quarterback Clint Moseley has decided not to return to Auburn's football team for his senior season.

Moseley appeared in three games his junior year, completing 63.3 percent of his passes for 373 yards and one touchdown.

After battling a shoulder injury during spring and fall practices, Moseley lost the starting job, after starting six games in 2011, to Kiehl Frazier; however, he returned as the starter in game six against Ole Miss.

He again lost his starting job to freshman quarterback Jonathan Wallace after suffering an ankle injury against Texas A&M.

Moseley's shining moment came in 2011 against Florida when he came in during the second half, replacing then-starter Barrett Trotter and leading the Tigers to a 17-7 victory over the Gators.

A native of Leroy, Ala., he was selected by the Alabama Sports Writers Association as Mr. Football in Alabama during his senior season at Leroy High School.

Moseley plans to stay at Auburn until he graduates.

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