Some random thoughts after the Razorbacks blowout win at home over Tennessee.
Some random thoughts after the Razorbacks’ win over Tennessee Tech.
So what’s really going on at football practice? Let me break it down real simple for you: It’s year three of the Petrino era. Everything is moving much faster.
Another Saturday, another lengthy scrimmage on The Hill. Here are some of the things that we noticed.
On behalf of all Hog fans, we should say thanks to Coach Petrino for allowing us to watch practice for 2 1/2 weeks — longer than any team in the SEC.
Some random thoughts after watching Saturday’s Red-White Spring game.
ArkansasRazorbacks.com: Smith rolls through Blue Grass but Razorbacks fall Mike Hartline’s two touchdown passes in the final five minutes rallied Kentucky to a 21-20 victory over Arkansas in Southeastern Conference action on Saturday.
After battling the sweltering heat earlier in the week, the overcast skies and 74 degrees of Saturday morning’s practice must have felt pretty good to the Razorbacks. About 100 fans, including TipsterHog and myself, took the opportunity to catch a first-hand glimpse of fall camp.
Several preseason publications like Lindy’s and Phil Steele have the Hogs picked last in the Western Division. When you lose four of the most productive offensive players in school history, that’s not totally unexpected. So how can a team rebound after losing that kind of talent? Enter stage left…the Class of 2008.