Tulsa is coming into the game with a seven-game winning streak. The Hogs are once again searching for answers. There are no more walks in the park for Arkansas — it’s sink or swim time.
Much like Arkansas, the Rebels are beating up on the weak lately. But as a good offense should, Ole Miss is moving the ball with a nice and balanced offense.
With highs in the mid 70s and potential isolated thunderstorms, both Arkansas and Kentucky will hope to play a good, clean football game without any more injuries.
The weather in Auburn should be in the low 80s, perhaps one of the last super nice weekends before the fall sets in.
Yes, it’s a sorry state of affairs in Fayetteville. And I’m most sorry to all of the Arkansas fans — this season isn’t what it was supposed to be.
The weather in College Station should be in the mid 70s and thunderstorms are likely — which Arkansas coach John L. Smith says suits the Razorbacks well.
Arkansas is nearly out of answers to the simplest of questions. Those answers, or lack thereof, aren’t what the fans are ready to hear or accept. And it’s certainly not what they feel they deserve.
Arkansas is simply looking to get their second win of the season before traveling to College Station next weekend. Which defense will break first?
The rain and the loss to ULM kept Arkansas fans from really going all-in for the Alabama game. From what I’ve seen so far this season, I’m starting to fear that the coaching staff isn’t all-in, either.
The task at hand is huge if the Hogs want to start off conference play with a win. And a win against the No. 1 team would go miles in terms of erasing what happened in Little Rock last weekend.
Gone are the days of a mad, rabid Petrino barking out orders during practice, telling the kids to be perfect. And so, too, are the chances of the Razorbacks winning a national title this year.
Let us know what you think the final score will be. If you’re the closest (see rules below), you’ll get a free t-shirt from Bearstate Supply.
Once again, there are a few notable SEC teams in Arkansas’ way, so we went to current and former Flyers to ask their opinion on this new season:
Regardless of where you stood on the situation, it’s time to move on and figure out what’s going to happen with the football program.
Will Long suspend Petrino, dock him some pay and attach an extremely tight leash or will he take a strong stance by firing him?