News:Jonathan Wallace completed 57.5 percent of his passes while averaging 9.0 yards per attempt as the threw for 720 yards, four touchdowns and four interceptions while running for 152 yards (3.0 YPC).
Analysis:Jonathan Wallace was not a highly-regarded recruit, but he impressed in practices leading up to this year and did a respectable job of managing a bad situation when he was thrown into the starting lineup late in the year. If a competent coaching staff takes over and supplies him with some surrounding talent, Wallace's dual-threat skills could make him a fantasy factor next year, though many variables will remain up in the air on that front for the foreseeable future.
News:Jonathan Wallace completed 10-of-18 passes for 171 yards and a touchdown against Alabama A&M on Saturday while running for 22 yards.
Analysis: Auburn isn't giving Jonathan Wallace much of a leash, so his opportunities were limited. He is in any case far, far away from the fantasy radar with Alabama up next.
News:Jonathan Wallace appears likely to start against Alabama A&M on Saturday.
Analysis: No mention has been made of a quarterback chance with Auburn, so we'll have to presume that Jonathan Wallace will run the show against Alabama A&M. It would be very disappointing if he can't produce against an FCS opponent.
News:Jonathan Wallace completed 15-of-22 passes for 181 yards and an interception against Georgia on Saturday.
Analysis:Jonathan Wallace never had much of a chance against the Bulldogs. He should do better against Alabama A&M, though.
News:Jonathan Wallace completed 9-of-16 passes for 164 yards, one touchdown and one interception against New Mexico State on Saturday.
Analysis:Jonathan Wallace struggled in the first half, and Auburn refused to take off the training wheels from there. After previously succeeding as a running specialist, Wallace had just three attempts for nine yards on the ground Saturday. We can't recommend him against Georgia.
News:Jonathan Wallace will start against New Mexico State on Saturday, al.com reports.
Analysis: As expected. Jonathan Wallace makes for a nice gamble at quarterback against a New Mexico State squad that should be overpowered by Auburn's SEC personnel.
News:Jonathan Wallace completed 6-of-9 passes for 122 yards and two touchdowns against Texas A&M on Saturday while running for 71 yards.
Analysis: It's safe to say that Jonathan Wallace deserves to start for Auburn, as Kiehl Frazier and Clint Moseley have at no point been as promising as Wallace was Saturday. If he gets named starter for Saturday's game against New Mexico State -- we hope and think he will -- Wallace is suddenly a starting option in SEC-only leagues and is worth a gamble in other formats, too.
News:Jonathan Wallace has been impressive in practices, Al.com reports.
Analysis:Jonathan Wallace appears to be no higher than third on the depth chart, however. Kiehl Frazier is expected to start for Auburn, though he still needs to beat out Clint Moseley.