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After a topsy-turvy year like LSU football has had, it’s almost comforting to see the other guy take his lumps. In this case it’s the 2010 National Champion Auburn Tigers who are having to face quarterback problems of their own.
Auburn’s Barrett Trotter has announced that he won’t be returning to the gridiron in his senior season. Barrett was bumped out of his starting position midway in the season by Clint Moseley in the Florida game. After leading a 4-2 start for the War Eagles Trotter has spent most of the end of his season warming the Auburn bench.
Trotter got his second wind and a second chance against Virginia in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, putting up numbers that would have certainly helped put him into the starting position next season. He likely won’t get any complaints from freshman Kiehl Frazier and sophomore Clint Moseley who will get to slug it out together it training camp next season for the starting job.
Join the club Auburn; you’ll have to make do with what you have next season.
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