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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Frazier Leads West

STANFORD, California () -- Tommie Frazier, after struggling early in his debut as a pro-style quarterback, led the West to three fourth-quarter touchdowns and a 34-18 victory in the East-West Shrine Game.

Frazier, who led Nebraska to the national title earlier this month, threw a 52-yard scoring pass to UCLA's Kevin Jordan and ran for a 5-yard score in Saturday's game.

Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George was held to 32 yards on 11 rushes for the East.

Though he was voted the game's offensive MVP, Frazier was not effective until the final quarter. An option quarterback since childhood, he was limited by East-West rules to a pro-style offense. With dozens of scouts looking on, Frazier hoped to prove he has an NFL-caliber arm. Some teams have projected him as a defensive back in the pros.