Petrino's legacy

November 15, 2018
We could routinely trot out more verbiage about how these 2018 Arkansas Razorbacks keep on fighting to salvage a lost campaign. /more/

Any better?

November 7, 2018
The dismissal of Bret Bielema mere minutes after Arkansas Razorbacks' 2017 season finale was neither surprising nor totally unwelcome across the Razorback landscape. Fans had grown weary of what they perceived to be a coach well out of his so-called element, this godforsaken Yankee lummox who couldn't manage tight games and espoused a football philosophy that was completely incongruous with conventional "norms" of the Southeastern Conference. /more/

Another dud for the Razorbacks

November 1, 2018
If Arkansas wanted to show a nasty streak and get itself off the scrap heap that is the Southeastern Conference cellar, it had a shiny and literally golden (and black) opportunity on another beautiful Saturday morning in Fayetteville: Just go out there against customary league also-ran Vanderbilt, also winless in league play, if arguably more competitive and experienced on the whole, and prove it. /more/

Looking forward with the Hogs

October 25, 2018
Homecoming was ho-hum for Arkansas, but it was a shutout victory, too, and as this agonizing season has worn on, even a fairly uninspired performance by one objectively bad team to oust another means a little around these parts. /more/

Waiting on the Hogs

October 15, 2018
The late, inimitable Tom Petty memorably penned, then belted out, this refrain in his classic “The Waiting”: “You take it on faith, you take it to the heart/The waiting is the hardest part.” /more/

Bright spots for Hogs after a thrashing

October 8, 2018
Yielding 65 points to the nation’s unquestioned elite would not normally allow a coach to effuse much pride or confidence, but Arkansas Coach Chad Morris, in the wake of another thrashing by Alabama, still was able to check some boxes in the blowout loss. /more/

Progress for the Hogs?

September 25, 2018
It says, I suppose, much about Arkansas’s team character that after a couple of the worst football weeks the state's flagship program has ever experienced, the Razorbacks actually competed at Auburn. They had some nice, if limited, moments on offense, and John Chavis’ defense played an inspired three quarters of football, wearing down only a bit in the final minutes from sheer exhaustion. /more/

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/

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  • Any better?

    The dismissal of Bret Bielema mere minutes after Arkansas Razorbacks' 2017 season finale was neither surprising nor totally unwelcome across the Razorback landscape. Fans had grown weary of what they perceived to be a coach well out of his so-called element, this godforsaken Yankee lummox who couldn't manage tight games and espoused a football philosophy that was completely incongruous with conventional "norms" of the Southeastern Conference.
    • Nov 7, 2018
  • Another dud for the Razorbacks

    If Arkansas wanted to show a nasty streak and get itself off the scrap heap that is the Southeastern Conference cellar, it had a shiny and literally golden (and black) opportunity on another beautiful Saturday morning in Fayetteville: Just go out there against customary league also-ran Vanderbilt, also winless in league play, if arguably more competitive and experienced on the whole, and prove it.
    • Nov 1, 2018
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