Ex-Auburn QB Ashford devotes to Gamecocks
Jan 16, 2024, 02:23 PM ET
COLUMBIA, S.C.– One-time Auburn starting quarterback Robby Ashford has actually committed to South Carolina, he said Tuesday.Ashford published his pledge to the Gamecocks on social networks, stating,”Gamecock Country, whatever it takes, let’s do it.”Ashford spent the past 2
seasons at Auburn. The 6-foot-3, 218-pound passer from Hoover, Alabama, was the Tigers’ starter in 2022. He threw for 1,613 backyards with seven touchdowns and seven interceptions. Ashford also ran for 710 yards and seven scores.Editor’s Picks 2 Associated Ashford was a backup in 2023 under first-year coach Hugh Freeze, appearing in 10 games with one start. He
passed for 145 backyards and 2 touchdowns last season.Ashford began his profession at Oregon, where he spent two seasons but did not see any action.He will bring experience to South Carolina’s quarterback space, where Oklahoma transfer Spencer Rattler had been the starter the previous 2 seasons.Promising sophomore LaNorris Sellers is
anticipated to contend to change Rattler as starter this season. Sellers appeared in four games this past season, completing 2 of his 4 tosses for touchdowns.