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YouTube Finds: Tommie Frazier Highlight Reel

Posted by Neil Paine on September 23, 2010

Yesterday, CFB @ SR user Peter emailed us and correctly pointed out that we do not currently have a player page for legendary Nebraska QB Tommie Frazier. This will be corrected in the future, and for now you can still look him up on the individual team pages:

http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/nebraska/1995-roster.html

Still, in response to that oversight, I thought it might be a good time to give Frazier some love in the form of his Nebraska highlight reel:

Needless to say, some of the plays he made in college are still as jaw-dropping as they were 15 years ago (witness the diving, sidearm pass vs. Iowa State 20 seconds into the video).

4 Responses to “YouTube Finds: Tommie Frazier Highlight Reel”

  1. Matt Says:

    And then all us Gator fans wept.

  2. Neil Paine Says:

    Should I make amends with a Wuerffel highlight reel?

  3. Matt Says:

    That would be nice. It’s funny, though, looking back at how pedestrian Werffel’s numbers are compared to some of today’s players. Todays top QBs simply don’t throw ints. Do you think that’s because there is more emphasis on them not making mistakes? Is it a byproduct of the proliferation of the spread offenses? Are the QBs better?

  4. Peter Says:

    Nice job with the T Frazier highlights. This website is coming along nicely.