September 30, 2012
NOTEBOOK: Frazier following NFL footsteps
AUBURN -- Kiehl Frazier didn't take his off week lightly.
The Tigers' quarterback, who has struggled so far this season, spent extra time in the film room last week watching other quarterbacks thrive. Offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler inundated Auburn's signal-callers with images of former Michigan quarterbacks Chad Henne and Tom Brady parlaying precise footwork and decision-making into valuable production.
The goal? Maybe vicarious learning will help Frazier's bouts with unsound play.
"We kind of went through our first four games and kind of compared my footwork to old big players that Coach Loeffler (coached)," Frazier said. "Just kind of the comparison -- my footwork was a little slow, made the timing off. That's something that I can improve � in short period of time. I should look a lot different from LSU to Arkansas."
Auburn needs that kind of improvement.
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