Found August 01, 2012 on Fox Sports South:
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Auburn quarterback contenders Clint Moseley and Kiehl Frazier have picked up where they left off in the spring, except Moseley's throwing shoulder is in much better shape. The two resumed their competition Wednesday when the Tigers opened preseason camp minus two recent recruits and with a couple of welcome additions. "The desperation is there," said Moseley, a junior who started six games last season. "Yeah, there's definitely a sense of urgency. I realize that my time is coming in a couple of years here at Auburn. So yeah, it's there but it's not going to completely change the way I go about it." Frazier had the advantage of being healthy in the first spring under new offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler while Moseley's throws were limited by a sore shoulder. Frazier takes a more low-key approach in discussing the competition. "I don't think it's really amplified," Frazier said. "Every rep count...
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