AUBURN -- Clint Moseley doesn't sound like a quarterback on the cusp of a starting job.
The junior on Wednesday admitted that offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler would have to adjust the playbook to compensate for his lingering shoulder issues. Though a July MRI revealed no structural damage, Moseley hasn't been able to handle a full workload since camp began three weeks ago.
That's apparently not changing.
"If I have to play, I mean, they'd have to alter the game plan a little bit," Moseley said. "I'll be able to play. Nothing is torn. There's no way I'd not play - if I had to play."
Moseley first reported the issue prior to spring practice and was limited throughout March and April as well. He was hoping that a few months of rest would help assuage the problem, but the joint continues to cause significant discomfort.
He's receiving therapy at least twice a day - and will continue on that program. Moseley keeps hoping for a breakthrough.
"They said if I was a pitcher, they'd be me on the (disabled list)," Moseley said. "Right now, I'm in this competition. I just need a break, but that's something I can have right now. It feels a lot better than it should (considering) the amount of time I've been spending in the training room. Nothing torn, no surgery needed. I'll be fine."
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