Saturday, May 04, 2013

Former UConn quarterback makes his AFL debut

                                                                                     (Associated Press photo)
Former UConn quarterback Zach Frazer, seen throwing a pass in the 2011
Fiesta Bowl, had a strong first half performance as he made his debut in the
Arena Football League with the San Antonio Talons on Friday night.
Former UConn quarterback Zach Frazer made his Arena Football League debut with the San Antonio Talons on Friday night.

Frazer got the start in place of injured starter Nick Hill and was 19 of 40 for 225 yards with three touchdown passes and three interceptions in a 48-36 loss to Iowa. Frazer had 186 yards and two TDs in the first half to stake San Antonio to a 29-14 lead.

Frazer is the fourth quarterback to see action for San Antonio this season. Hill leads the team with 660 yards and 13 touchdown passes, John Dutton had 370 yards and five touchdowns in a pair of games while Rohan Davey appeared in one game and had 67 yards with a pair of TD passes.

Frazer started 19 games at UConn from 2008-10 and passed for 3,422 yards and 17 touchdowns.

According to the Talons' official Twitter page, Hill is expected to be back when San Antonio hosts Jacksonville on May 11.



Anonymous P.D. Starr said...


Is there any way I can get your help for a Texans site for a Q&A with Travardo Williams and Ryan Griffin?

May 05, 2013 10:42 AM 

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