The Auburn Football Team is still looking for a starting quarterback. The players are talking about the three-way battle, but they don't know much more than us.
Coaches won't tip their hand about a possible front runner between Barrett Trotter, Clint Moseley or Kiehl Frazier, so the players are focusing on their jobs, and not the speculation about the Tigers next QB.
"I feel good about it." Frazier said. "I mean, for me, the game is definitely slowing down and I'm getting my reads and checks a lot better. Hopefully, between now and then, I can get enough reps and just get better to get on the field."
The Tigers agree, no matter who wins the job, the offense will be in good hands when kickoff rolls around on September 3rd.
"We're seeing a lot of great things from all three of them," sophomore tight end Phillip Lutzenkirchen said. "They, all three, are different types of quarterbacks who can do different things.
"I think the coaches are just trying to narrow it down to who gives us the best chance to win."
Offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn says he'll name a starter in the near future, but he won't put a timetable on the decision.
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