Throwback Thursday: Remembering Tommie Frazier, Nebraska Football’s Legend
As college football fans, we love to reminisce about the great players and games from the past. And when it comes to Nebraska football, there’s no better player to talk about than Tommie Frazier.
Frazier arrived at Nebraska in 1992 and quickly established himself as one of the top quarterbacks in the nation. He led the Cornhuskers to four straight bowl appearances, including two national championships in 1994 and 1995. Despite missing seven games in the 1994 season due to blood clots, Frazier was able to return and lead Nebraska to a stunning come-from-behind win over Miami in the national title game.
Frazier’s impact on the sport of college football was undeniable. He was named the 1995 Big Eight Player of the Year and set a conference record with a 33-3 overall career record as a starter. He was also a finalist for the Walter Camp and Maxwell Awards, and won MVP honors in the 1995 Orange and 1996 Fiesta Bowls.
It’s hard to imagine what Nebraska football would have been like without Tommie Frazier. He was a true leader on and off the field, and his contributions to the program will never be forgotten. From his dominant play on the field to his unwavering determination and leadership, Frazier remains one of the greatest Cornhuskers of all time.
As we reflect on Tommie Frazier’s legacy today, let’s take a moment to remember the incredible impact he had on Nebraska football and the sport as a whole. Whether you’re a die-hard Nebraska fan or simply a lover of great college football, Tommie Frazier is a player you won’t soon forget.
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