John Reed-USA TODAY Sports
Auburn redshirt sophomore Sean White was named the starting quarterback for the season opener against Clemson by coach Gus Malzahn on Thursday. Per ESPN:

"We're excited for Sean," Malzahn said. "He's earned it. He's a guy that has experience in our offense [from] last year. He's a tough guy. He's in a good spot. He's in a good spot to lead this team. The team is going to rally around him. So I'm excited for him.

"I think it will be important that he'll have a good full week to work specifically just with the ones. We've really tried to do a good job of all three guys getting equal opportunities."
White started five games last season, throwing for 1,063 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. He missed the last four games of the season because of an injury.
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