Touted every January as a positive plus for the next season, carryover from a bowl game is not all that. Supposedly, glorious accomplishments lie ahead for bowl teams in general, and winners in particular. For programs on the way up, winning six and qualifying for a bowl is often described as a springboard. For habitual bowl participants, winning in the postseason is touted as impetus for bigger and better. Such blanket statements don’t match the facts, an encouraging sign for Arkansas fans.
Stopping by the in-grocery pharmacy to pick up a prepared prescription and kibitz, the visit lasted 20-something minutes because of separate conversations about a singular topic with two shoppers, a self-checkout supervisor, and pharmacy employees.Excitement about Razorback football abounds.Typically, talk includes Chad Morris’ new offense, the 2018 schedule, and the possibility of a bowl game.
Positive that Arkansas’ starting quarterback is on campus, the plan to rebut the coronation of Gerry Bohanon included citing Gary Brashears’ history. On Tuesday afternoon, the four-star dual threat from Earle squelched the debate, announcing he would be a Baylor Bear. Once Chad Morris was hired to replace Bret Bielema as Arkansas’ head coach, folks dismissed Cole Kelley and fawned over Bohanon, somehow discerning from highlights and stats that he was perfect for the new up-tempo spread offense.
arkansas and vanderbilt are the only SEC teams without a representative on the coaches' first- or second-team all-conference selections. it is the first time in 20 years arkansas has not had a player make first team on either the coaches' team or The AP's team.
key words in chancellor's notification of jeff long dismissal: "... over the past year, Jeff has lost the support of many of our fans, alumni, key supporters, and members of the university leadership, support that I believe is critical in our pursuit of excellence."
wonder if cfp selection committee will go along with coaches and media and make miami no. 2. once-beaten clemson would not be a surprise. besides, there is no risk since they play dec. 2 in acc title game
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