2014 Ouachita Baptist Tigers Football Schedule Wallpaper


2014 Ouachita Baptist Tigers football schedule

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Below are details on a nice addition to the 2014 Tigers team this off-season.

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – Ouachita Baptist University Head Football Coach Todd Knight announced that former Auburn Tiger Kiehl Frazier has transferred to Ouachita and will play his final year of eligibility for the Ouachita Tigers. Frazier will play alongside his brother Jed Beach, an offensive lineman for the Tigers.

A highly sought-after recruit coming out of Shiloh Christian High School, Frazier was the USA Today National Offensive Player of the Year and a Parade All-American. He led Shiloh Christian to three consecutive Class 4A state championships, earning MVP honors all three seasons.

The Tigers are coming off a 7-3 season that produced 15 All-Great American Conference players, three All-Americans and five All-Super Region 3 players. It was also the sixth consecutive winning season for the Tigers, the longest current streak of any college football program in Arkansas.

Coach Knight said Frazier’s transfer to Ouachita adds to an already strong program.

“Kiehl comes at a time when we have a great team, a great group of players and a good, solid football program,” said Coach Knight. “We’ve accomplished a lot as a team this past season, including having one of the highest fall GPAs of any team I’ve coached. This is one more step for our team to get back to another championship.”

Frazier said he is excited about getting a fresh start and contributing to a winning program. Describing his goals for the spring and next season, Frazier immediately emphasized team. “Our focus needs to be on getting better,” he said. “We were 7-3 last year and came close, but we’re trying to get to the playoffs and that’s our focus.”

Frazier said the program as a whole has made his adjustment to Ouachita a smooth transition. “I immediately felt welcomed and like I was part of the team,” he said.

Coach Knight echoed Frazier’s sentiment. “Our guys are ready and open for anyone who wants to come in and contribute and adapt to our system and our style of football,” he said.

Being back home in Arkansas has also been a positive for Frazier, who got to visit home very little during his time at Auburn. Even more positive is the opportunity to be teammates with his younger brother.  “I talked to Jed after I made the decision to transfer,” Frazier said, “and he said OBU would be a good place for me.” The two played together for two seasons at Shiloh Christian.

Frazier added that after getting settled in to classes, he’s looking forward to competing in the spring.

As a freshman at Auburn, Frazier ranked third on the team with 327 rushing yards. He had a season-high 16 carries for 55 yards and two touchdowns against the Virginia Cavaliers in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. In 2012, he started five games at quarterback for the Tigers. This past season, Frazier saw playing time at both the safety and wide receiver positions.

The 6’2″, 224-pound history major is from Springdale, Ark., and is the son of Robin and Layron Beach.

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