Worst ever

September 17, 2018
Let’s get this out of the way: Arkansas hasn’t had two consecutive weeks of football this torturous ever. /more/

Easy win

September 6, 2018
Arkansas was predicted in this space to dispatch Eastern Illinois by a routine 38-point margin a few weeks ago, and the Hogs dutifully and nearly exacted that spread with a 55-20 win to open the 2018 campaign. /more/

QB plans

August 30, 2018
For his last (presumably) preseason trick on the eve of his first game as Arkansas Razorback football CEO, Chad Morris took one minor storyline out of the mix this week by announcing that 6-foot-7 Louisiana sophomore Cole Kelley would be the Hogs' starting quarterback against Eastern Illinois. /more/

Arkansas Razorbacks 2018 football preview, part 4

August 23, 2018
You haven't been misreading my last three weeks' worth of possibly fever-dream-induced projections: This Arkansas football program, supposedly in transition, will take full advantage of lowered expectations and a somewhat soft schedule to get itself well into bowl position before November comes around. /more/

Arkansas Razorbacks 2018 football preview, part 3

August 16, 2018
It's hard to call any SEC schedule "favorable," to be sure, but Chad Morris' first hand of 12 games at the helm of the Arkansas football program this fall will be roughly the equivalent of a full house: The Razorbacks draw conference titans Alabama and LSU in Fayetteville, their only true road games are in Auburn, Ala.; Fort Collins, Co.; Starkville, Miss.; and Columbia, S.C.; and they won't be drawing the presumed best of the East Division. /more/

Arkansas Razorbacks 2018 football preview, part 2

August 9, 2018
When we last left our beloved Razorbacks of 2018, they had meandered through a slightly atypical nonconference slate of three games unscathed, per Pearls' annual prediction. /more/

Arkansas Razorbacks 2018 football preview, part 1

August 2, 2018
Shockingly, Pearls has done this "season preview" thing for just shy of a full decade now, starting with its debut before the 2011 season. That team went 11-2 and finished in the Top 5, and I guess some would say I'm kind of a journalistic hex on the Arkansas football program, because no team has since come within shouting range of that high-water mark. /more/


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