It wouldn't be surprising if coaches may have finally thrown up their hands with the whole Malik Hornsby hybrid experiment.
Arkansas isn't ranked anymore and the road ahead has a bunch of land mines.
Hogs' slow started too much to overcome, even with big third quarter against powerful Alabama team on Saturday afternoon.
Arkansas Razorbacks linebackers on being able to bounce back after losing game against Alabama on Saturday at Razorback Stadium.
Arkansas offensive tackle Dalton Wagner and running back Raheim "Rocket" Sanders' complete press conference after a 49-26 loss to Alabama.
Complete press conference in final media briefing as Hogs get ready for No. 2 Alabama on Saturday on ESPN Arkansas.
Grant Hall talks St. Louis Cardinals finishing regular season headed to postseason play plus looking at Razorbacks football.
They know what they'll be going up Saturday against in Crimson Tide's defense led by linebacker Will Anderson.
Crimson Tide's Bryce Young still playing at a high level and the Razorbacks' defensive personnel well aware.
Coaching a team different from what's had in the past because of their length, which changes how they'll play.
|SEP 3||vs CINCINNATI||W, 31-24|
|SEP 10||vs SOUTH CAROLINA||W, 44-30|
|SEP 17||vs MISSOURI ST||W, 38-27|
|SEP 24||vs TEXAS A&M (Arl)||L, 23-21|
|OCT 1||ALABAMA||L, 49-26|
|OCT 8||@ MISS ST||11:00 AM • SECN|
|OCT 15||@ BYU||TBD|
|OCT 29||@ AUBURN||TBD|
|NOV 5||vs LIBERTY||TBD|
|NOV 12||vs LSU||TBD|
|NOV 19||vs OLE MISS||TBD|
|NOV 25||@ MISSOURI||2:30 PM • CBS|
Learning new team going quickly in early practices with a newcomer and the veteran point guard Tuesday afternoon.
How play-calling didn't help Razorbacks get momentum back after costly fumble near the goal by quarterback KJ Jefferson.
With official practices starting the head coach is the one with the least amount of patience for talented newcomers.
Who has best vertical jump on team and what they learned from playing games in Europe in August.
The way Razorbacks lost momentum on the fumble near the goal line still baffling in 23-21 loss Saturday night.
Alabama quarterback Bryce Young may be playing better this season than when he won the Heisman Trophy last year.
Razorbacks have big mountain to climb after falling in rankings with No. 2 Alabama starting a long month.
Razorbacks coach Sam Pittman isn't second-guessing or blaming anyone for this one and he shouldn't.
Razorbacks' mistakes costly in a 23-21 loss and it shouldn't have come down to Cam Little's try at end of...
Razorbacks' offensive players after struggling after hot first half against Aggies on Saturday night.
Nobody pointing fingers at anybody after missed field goal at end hands Razorbacks first loss of season, 23-21, Saturday night.
Razorbacks' offense striking quickly as Texas A&M doesn't appear too interested in stopping anybody, especially in the passing game.
Making a prediction for the Hogs-Aggies and all around the SEC on a busy — and big — college football...
Line keeps favoring Aggies in Saturday's matchup with Razorbacks at AT&T Stadium and nobody can figure out why.
Status of defensive back Myles Slusher and how he's developed his "friendship" with Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher.
|HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS|
|Following is the Overall Top 10 high school football teams in Arkansas and the top five in Classes 7A, 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A and 2A, in addition to the top three in the two 8-man divisions as voted by a panel of sports media from around the state for the preaseason. Ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points:|
|9.||Little Rock Catholic||4-0||31||10|
|10.||North Little Rock||2-2||14||—|
|Others receiving votes: Bentonville West 9, Springdale Har-Ber 8, Little Rock Parkview 7, Joe T Robinson 7, Benton 7, Harding Academy 5, Arkadelphia 4, Rogers 3, Little Rock Christian 1, Marion 1, West Memphis 1.|
|Others receiving votes: North Little Rock 4.|
|1.||Pulaski Academy (18)||4-0||96||1|
|4.||Little Rock Catholic||4-0||35||4|
|5.||Little Rock Christian||3-2||10||5|
|Others receiving votes: El Dorado 2, Marion 2.|
|1.||Joe T. Robinson (10)||3-1||83||1|
|2.||Little Rock Parkview (9)||2-2||82||2|
|3.||Shiloh Christian (1)||3-1||40||3|
|5.||Little Rock Mills||5-0||26||4|
|Others receiving votes: Camden Fairview 21, Wynne 12, Harrison 4, Batesville 1.|
|3.||Harding Academy (1)||4-0||59||3|
|Others receiving votes: Star City 10, Stuttgart 9, Clinton 2, Gentry 2, Lamar 1.|
|Others receiving votes: Gurdon 6, Hoxie 2, Camden Harmony Grove 1, Newport 1, Lavaca 1.|
|5.||East Poinsett County||4-0||26||—|
|Others receiving votes: Bigelow 21, Poyen 8, Hector 5, Little Rock Episcopal 4, Des Arc 3, Clarendon 1.|
|1.||Mountain View (16)||4-0||52||1|
|2.||Fountain Lake (2)||3-1||40||2|
|3.||Genoa Central (1)||3-1||19||3|
|Others receiving votes: Subiaco Academy (1) 7, Marshall 2.|
|1.||Mountain Pine (19)||4-0||59||1|
|Others receiving votes: Strong-Huttig (1) 5, Brinkley 4, Rector 3.|