Quarterback Keihl Frazier commits five turnovers, Auburn falls to Mississippi State

The Auburn Tigers (0-2) lost to the Mississippi State Bulldogs 28-10 today in Starkville.

Tigers' sophomore quarterback Keihl Frazier struggled in the loss, throwing three interceptions and losing two fumbles.{} He finished the day 13-22 for 125 yards.

Auburn's offense managed only 216 total yards and was just 2-12 on third down conversions.{} Mississippi State (2-0) racked up 388 total yards with 222 of those coming through the air.

Auburn's leading rusher was transfer Mike Blakely.{} He finished the day with only 42 yards on 11 carries.{}

The lone highlight for the Tigers was a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by senior running back Onterrio McCalleb.{}

Bulldogs' quarterback Tyler Russell picked apart the Auburn secondary, throwing for three touchdowns in the contest.{} Receiver Marcus Green led all Mississippi State receivers with four catches for 54 yards and two touchdowns.{} LaDarius Perkins rushed for 83 yards on 14 carries and a touchdown.


Up next for Auburn is Louisiana-Monroe next Saturday at home in Jordan-Hare Stadium.