Kiehl Frazier grew up a little tonight. He was a different quarterback than the one that took the field the first three weeks.
Scot Loeffler attempted to get him comfortable early in the game by giving him three straight passing attempts on the first route. He threw a beautiful pass to a wide-open Sammie Coates, but Coates let it go right through his hands.
Frazier ended the night 13 for 22 with two interceptions. The first interception came on a play that he should have simply thrown away. He was trying to make too much happen.
Frazier lofted a ball intended for Philip Lutzenkirchen, and an LSU defender came down with it.
Frazier must learn that a punt is not a bad play. If a play isn’t there, do not force things. He must also make decisions faster.
We saw a little of true freshman Jonathan Wallace tonight. He was effective when he came in to run the Wildcat.
Auburn fans feel much better about their quarterback situation after tonight.