Auburn’s Frazier gets chance to show off his arm

Auburn fans will finally get to see Kiehl Frazier throw a bunch

of passes in a game.

Frazier makes his starting debut Saturday night against No. 14

Clemson in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome. The sophomore got plentiful

chances to show his running ability last season, but threw only 12

passes.

He’ll return to the stadium where he had his best game. Frazier

ran for 55 yards and two touchdowns against Virginia in the

Chick-fil-A Bowl.

Auburn coach Gene Chizik says he expects ”big things” from

Frazier and won’t lower the standards just because it’s his first

start.

Frazier arrived last year as one of the nation’s most highly

touted quarterbacks. He was USA Today’s National Offensive Player

of the Year after throwing for 2,975 yards and accounting for 64

touchdowns.