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Cam was wonderful. In a critical situation, his third down run invariably got a first and ten. Frazier doens't have Newton's height or weight, but doesn't lack by as much as one might think. And he has something that Cam found useful-an O Line of interesting talents.. Frazier will have if injury is avoided, a blocking back that is a terror. Is he throwing to a better crew of receivers? All this makes me wonder? Will Frazier be as good as Cam in third and three situations. Maybe even better? I'd settle for "as good." Maybe even expect "as good." Be interesting to see how he comes out of the Coach Yox Palace of Pleasure in August. Not the only grad of interest.
very, very good. not as good as Cam. excellant point on Cam's 3rd down play. i think question with Kiehl is will he do it when we have got to have it. i.e 3rd down, 4th down, final drive, etc.
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Cam did a great job of waiting on his blocks to set up before he ran. Frazier needs to do the same. There are so many qb's and rb's don't wait for it to set up. Frustrating to watch. Also, cam being 6'6 260lbs. Doesn't hurt on 3rd. And 3.
Frazier did a good job getting short yardage a lot of the time, and showed some moves running against arkansas. BUT there is no way anyone should compare the 2 now. Frazier will have his own way and style, but probably not as elusive overall as Cam.
Cam had The Greatest year any football player ever had in the history of the game. Comparisons, IMO, are unfair to Kiel. We may never see a QB play to that level, against that competition, ever again, period.
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