Wednesday, August 10, 2011

"Won't know 'till we see the film" - competition continues for Auburn quarterback job

AUBURN – Auburn held its first scrimmage of fall practice Wednesday, and if it moved the Tigers any closer to sorting out the competition for the starting quarterback job, no one is saying.

“All of them did well today,” said Auburn coach Gene Chizik. “They did some good things, they did some bad things. Again, we’re not going to know more until we go back and evaluate it, but I thought all three of them moved the football team and again, I can’t say where this puts everybody in terms of position, but they all did some good things and obviously, they’ve all got some things they need to work on as well.”

The competition for the starting job between redshirt junior Barrett Trotter, redshirt sophomore Clint Moseley and freshman Kiehl Fraizer will likely continue for now.

All three felt positive about their performance in Wednesday’s scrimmage.

“I was pretty happy,” said Trotter. “There are always some things you can improve on. We’ve got a long way to go, but I think we’re definitely making strides in the right direction.”


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