Former Auburn quarterback Barrett Trotter will once again be a familiar face at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Trotter has been hired by Auburn coach Gus Malzahn to be an offensive analyst with the Tigers, according to a report from AL.com’s Tom Green. His hiring, along with the promotion of graduate assistant Craig Sanders, will complete Malzahn’s support staff for the 2018 season.
Trotter returns to Auburn by way of North Carolina, where he coached as offensive analyst during the 2017 season. He’s also served as a coach and scout for the St. Louis — and later Los Angeles — Rams.
In his Auburn career, Trotter backed up Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton and won a National Championship in 2010. He also played in 8 games in 2011, throwing 1,184 yards and 11 scores.
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