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The Associated Press | January 15, 2014

Auburn QB Frazier transfers to Ouachita Baptist

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. -- Ouachita Baptist coach Todd Knight says former Auburn quarterback Kiehl Frazier has transferred to the school for his final season of eligibility.

Frazier, who played in high school in Arkansas, was the USA Today national offensive player of the year after his senior season at Shiloh Christian in Springdale. He'll be immediately eligible to play for the Division II Tigers, and he'll also play with his brother, offensive lineman Jed Beach.

After rushing for 327 yards as a freshman for Auburn in 2011, the 6-foot-2, 224-pound Frazier struggled to find playing time.

He completed 53.4 percent of his passes as a sophomore for 753 yards, but he moved to safety last season as Auburn won the Southeastern Conference with Nick Marshall at quarterback.

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