Why Kiehl Frazier's Mobility Will Save Auburn Football in Week 3

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Why Kiehl Frazier's Mobility Will Save Auburn Football in Week 3
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Auburn is off to a surprising 0-2 start to the 2012 season with a lot of concern falling at the feet of the Tigers' quarterback. Kiehl Frazier had a terrible performance against Mississippi State, but his mobility will be a factor that will save Auburn Football in Week 3.

The Tigers have been inconsistent on both sides of the football so far this season. One major struggle has been time of possession by the offense. The Tigers have been very inconsistent at maintaining sustained offensive drives, forcing the defense into some tough situations late in games.

One bright spot that was supposed to come with the Scot Loeffler system was less three-and-out scenarios, giving more rest to the defense. So far, that has not happened. Auburn has to find a rhythm on offense—it starts with Kiehl Frazier’s legs this week.

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