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Yea all legit choices except Frazier.....if malzahn was back I could understand the potential but who knows what the offense is gonna be
Roll Tide to Her
The guy said that he could see Kiehl passing for 2000 and running for another 1000. The kid seemed to me like he was very afraid to throw it last year. We will see but I think this guy is reaching with this prediction.
Agree with you 100%. I don't see how he could be a 1000 and 1000 guy. He's not even as good a running QB as Jordan Jefferson and Jefferson was not good at all.
Man, no flame, and I'm not the PC police...but you couldnt title the thread better than that? I wonder what Coach Stallings would think of it....just sayin.
Well then Fraiser will have to learn more than his normal 3 plays.
You think Coach would expect me to GASIAP?
if Frazier is even the starter, the only way he could sniff 2000 yards would be if they added INT Return yardage to his passing totals, then he might have a good chance.
I love this kind of stuff. Articles like this crank up the expectations, getting the barn nation all cocky. Then, Bam! The meltdowns are much more fun when they think they're on top of the world.
I think losing to Clemson in the first game will drop all expectations. And I'm including AU's fans, players, and prospects.
He wouldn't have a clue what it meant.
don't be such a woman
I think Frazier has a legitimate shot at the Heisman, no doubt. Kid can ball as evidenced by his performances last year.
He only has to improve on his passing stats by about 6000% and manage 1,000 yards from under center. Like HP said, it's only a matter of winning the starting job and being "used properly," so, as long as they're going to the Five-Wide Wishbone, he should be in good shape.
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The nutjobs out east are going to love this. More fuel for their delusional visions about Frazier being the next Cam.
And, there are plenty of examples of that happening.
What the article doesn't consider is the fact that of Frazier throws for 5,000 yards and 34 TD's, auburn will still be 8-5. He will not contend for the Heisman.
I heard auburn was given an exception so that they could put 16 on the field, so the heisman might just be possible.
If their OL could provide any sort of protection, Frazier absolutely is capable of those numbers.
Not sure about the Frazier kid. He is not a pro style QB. He may have to transfer to another school to do any good.
He's going to revolutionize the game.
I know I dont GAMFSIAP
That's the way to F AP like a champ.
Wait till the post-scrimmage stat-padding comes.
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