Let the Healing Begin | Razorback Expats

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Let the Healing Begin

Posted By on Tue, Sep 18, 2007 at 6:31 PM

Like a lot of you, we just haven't been feeling like ourselves since The Game That Shall Not Be Mentioned on Saturday night. Frankly, blogging about the Hogs - or even thinking about the Hogs - was about the last thing we wanted to do for a few days.

But now, we've progressed through the Seven Stages of Grief and are at the last one: acceptance and hope. In other words, we're moving on. If you haven't made it to stage seven yet and still want to dissect and discuss Saturday's game, there's lots of typically thorough analysis over at the RazorBloggers Network and the Hog Blogger.

As for us, there's a big game - a really big game, actually - coming up against the suddenly good Kentucky Wildcats and we're going to focus our energies on that. No looking back.

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