AUBURN, Ala. – Junior Clint Moseley will make his third straight start at quarterback against Texas A&M Saturday night, head coach Gene Chizik announced Thursday night on his Tiger Talk radio appearance.
Moseley has completed 38-of-59 passes this year (64.4 percent) for373 yards, with one touchdown against three interceptions. He has not tossed a touchdown pass in either of his two starts this year, at Ole Miss at Vanderbilt.
Chizik added sophomore Kiehl Frazier, the Tigers’ starter the first five games, is “about 80 percent” healthy as he nurses a sore arm.
As for freshman Jonathan Wallace, Chizik said “You say there’s X amount of snaps we’d like him to take, but it depends on how the game unfolds.” Wallace was shaken by the fumble Saturday, and has worked extra-hard this week in practice on ball security.
Chizik said he’ll start filtering in inexperienced players at other positions based on situations: “The more young guys we can get in, the better.”