Found September 08, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
The Mississippi State Bulldogs overwhelmed Kiehl Frazier and the Auburn Tigers, winning by a score of 28-10. The Auburn offense led by Frazier had just 216 yards in the game, and the sophomore quarterback had contributed -2 passing yards at the half while also turning the ball over five times. The score could have been a lot worse, as Bulldogs kicker Devon Bell missed a pair of first half field goals, shanking one terribly and having one blocked. Tyler Russell was impressive for Mississippi State, going 20/29 for 222 yards and three touchdowns. After Auburn's D got slashed last week by Tajh Boyd and Clemson, they improved substantially today, but still allowed 388 yards for the game. After Onterrio McCalebb returned the opening kickoff of the second half for a touchdown to take a 10-7 lead, Auburn went back into hibernation. In six second half drives, they made their way across midfield just twice, with both of those possessions ending with Frazier turnovers. 124 of A...

Chizik: "We have to improve immediately"

Auburn coach Gene Chizik discusses Kiehl Frazier and the play of the Tigers on both offense and defense.
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