I posted yesterday about the Mississippi State defensive players figuring out Auburn’s play calling signs and wondering whom that made look dumber, Frazier or his coaches.
Now I’m wondering if it’s even worse than I thought it was. Check out this quote:
“My teammates and I got into [Frazier’s] head and that’s one thing I’m going to do every game if you’re on offense against me,” said Lawrence, who turned in a team-high 10 tackles Saturday with one sack. “He would call out the signals and I’d tell everybody what the play was and he’d get that confused look in his face.”
Does that mean what it sounds like? Were the MSU players announcing the plays publicly in advance such that Frazier heard them? If that’s what he means, and nobody on the Auburn sideline adjusted for that… geez, that’s bad. Seriously, I hope I’m misinterpreting here, because I have hard time believing that anybody playing or coaching SEC ball could be that out of it.
If I’m not missing something, then I may have to revise this.