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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Open line

Posted By on Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 4:55 PM

New coach won me over in his press conference. He's got a lovable lug thing going on.

What say you?


Speaking of Bret Bielema

  • Now to No. 1

    October 30, 2014
    Three debilitating losses in a four-week span made Arkansas a little sour for homecoming Saturday. UAB paid the iron price for all that misery. /more/
  • Full system breakdown

    October 23, 2014
    Arkansas did two positive things it had not done all year in an otherwise disgusting loss against Georgia inside Quigley Nouveau Stadium. /more/
  • Close ones hurt more

    October 16, 2014
    As much as anything else, retrospective dissection is the gospel of college football fandom; and in SEC country, if you aren't combining spirits and profanity to motivate your second-guessing in the aftermath of a tight one, by God, buddy, you're doing it wrong. /more/
  • So many chances for Razorbacks

    October 9, 2014
    Here was Arkansas's golden opportunity to convince America how fast and how furious it has worked to launch itself from doormat. /more/
  • Ole Miss gave Arkansas blueprint to beat Alabama

    October 9, 2014
    Even as Arkansas sojourned over the weekend, the free world of SEC football spun almost wildly off its axis and triggered future storylines for the Hogs as they embark on the remainder of a schedule that was already seen as grueling. /more/
  • Old-fashioned Razorbacks in the brave new SEC world

    September 27, 2014
    Here's a little pre-game reading. Over at ESPN's Grantland, Matt Hinton took a look at Bret Bielema's Razorbacks and their old-fashioned grit-and-grind offense, an outlier in the increasingly spread-happy Southeastern Conference. /more/
  • Hogs on a roll after decisive wins against Texas Tech, NIU

    September 25, 2014
    If Bret Bielema was terribly dejected by his Arkansas team's second-half showing against Auburn in the 2014 season opener, the ensuing three weeks of football prowess have likely done much to change his disposition. /more/
  • A turn in the right direction for football Razorbacks

    September 18, 2014
    With a yearlong winning drought now a bygone thing, Arkansas had to take a quick "next step" back toward respectability. /more/
  • Victory at Texas Tech crucial

    September 11, 2014
    For God's sake, Hog Fans, just enjoy it! So much social media grumbling was afoot after Arkansas obliterated Nicholls State, 73-7, on Saturday to finally kill off the damnable 10-game skid the program had been mired in. "Congrats on beating a JV team!" "Who scheduled this?" "If this is how we have to win, it's not worth it." "How did I get this drunk before halftime?" /more/
  • Hogs break down at Auburn

    September 4, 2014
    When Auburn clanked a field goal attempt off the upright going into halftime, Bret Bielema's fist plunged skyward and Arkansas headed to halftime all square at 21. The game plan was working. Gashed early, the defense was settling in to make some stops here and there, and the offensive machine was humming. /more/
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