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Possible Starting QB Frazier Arrives At Auburn

Eleven true freshmen football players began summer school at Auburn yesterday, but the man in the brightest spotlight is quarterback prospect Kiehl Frazier.  With Barrett Trotter and Clint Moseley unable to lock down the starting spot in spring practice, Frazier is expected to get a good, long look at the position once fall practice begins.

Auburn’s coaches have said that ability will outrank experience when it comes to naming starters on this year’s rebuilt team.  With Gus Malzahn’s track record for simplifying his offense — see: last year with Cam Newton — it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone if Frazier is the eventual signal-caller on The Plains as a true freshman.

In fact, we at MrSEC.com, believe that’s exactly what will happen.




 


6 comments
edwin cloird
edwin cloird

You think Tim Tebow was good at Florida just wait until you see Frazier.

edwin cloird
edwin cloird

All of the world and the SEC will see that overall that Kiel Frazier is better quarterback than Cam Newton period. Cam might have one the big Heisman but Kiel will stay four years and pad more stats for the NFL. This boy is no joke to all the nay sayers out there. I have seen this kid play and he is for real and will take the starting job right away. He got more speed than any other quarterback in the whole SEC period and you thing Tim Tebow was good just wait.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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sc0820

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tim
tim

just to clear up another misconception from you, I love the way you have phrased this, Malzhan simplified the offense for Newton, like he was incapable of running anything complex, Malzhan is on the record both in print and recently at an AU club meeting I attended, where he has stated and I quote, "we adjusted the offense to take advantage of Cam's skill set, there was nothing done to simplify the offense, I repeat nothing was done to simplify the offense, it was the same offense just with modifications to make use of his running talents. Please get it right and stop trying to imply Newton was incapable of running anything complex.

We would all appreciate that from you.

johnmrsec
johnmrsec

tim...

You are reading into things. You are seeing what you want to see.

Cam Newton stated to Jon Gruden on ESPN that Gus Malzahn had simplified the way in which plays are called. In fact, Newton couldn't replicate any of Auburn's terminology when pressed by Gruden.

Yet he won a Heisman Trophy and led Auburn to a national title. That's a good coach getting the absolute most out of a player who was in his first year of an offense.

That would seem to be a pretty big positive to me, but being -- clearly -- a slobbering Auburn homer who wishes to take every comment as some sort of attack on his favy-wavy team, you took it as some sort of suggestion that Newton isn't smart.

To quote you, "I love the way" you show your own ignorance on this one, Tim. Now please put your Auburn footy pajamas back on and stop whining about insults that aren't insults. We would all appreciate that from you.

John

FYI
FYI

"mr. Sec" the way you worded that definitely implies that Malazhn adjusted the offense in a simplistic way for newton. And in your defense against tim you point to Gruden's QB camp as evidence. This is the truth: Malazhn has always had a simplistic way in communicating and calling the plays, this is was the case BEFORE Cam Newton. Newton couldnt replicate the terminology cause there is none. The plays are numbers and colors that are communicated via flash cards, and this was the case with Chris Todd, as well. And its not that its simple because his QBS cant pick up terminology quickly or understand it, its simple cause Malzahn loves the hurry up offense and by putting flash cards on the sidelines, the qb doesnt have to call the play, instead the team simply looks to the sideline for the play, and can cut that much time off between snaps, and beable to wear down the defense. I dont think Tim wants to see an insult, I think the way you wrote the article implies insult. Malzahn doesnt simplify his offense and he never did that for newton especially, the communication involved is simple by nature, the rest of it he caters to the QBS strengths. If your gonna be "mr.Sec" understand your subject matter.



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