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Clint Moseley is taking over as Auburn's quarterback, as the Tigers look to climb out of a 10-0 hole in the second half against the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Auburn head coach Gene Chizik is making a change at quarterback. Clint Moseley will take over as the Tigers' signal-caller in the second half, as Auburn looks to climb out of a 10-0 hole against the Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday afternoon.
Starting quarterback Kiehl Frazier completed 9-of-14 passes in the first half, for 118 yards. Frazier threw an interception with just 25 seconds left to go in the first half, as the Tigers were attempting to put points on the board. Frazier's pass was intercepted at the Arkansas 20-yard line.
The interception was Frazier's ninth of the season. Frazier has only thrown two touchdown passes, and simply hasn't played well in any of Auburn's games this year.
Moseley's appearance on Saturday will be his first appearance on the field in 2012. The junior quarterback was 66-of-108 passing in 2011, throwing for 800 yards. Moseley threw five touchdown passes in '11, against just three interceptions.