Arkansas' first scrimmage was "approximately" 150 plays, based on what we've heard from somebody that saw something at practice.
Josh Oglesby, AJ Green can provide some speedy depth at running back when they learn to play at full speed.
Sam Pittman finds positives in first day in pads for a team with far too many negatives in recent years.
Josh Oglesby's speed and ability to catch from the slot can create some special problems for defensive coaches this year.
Trey Knox doesn't look like a "string bean" now and everybody hopes he can play like a big, physical receiver.
Hogs coach Sam Pittman built a career as an assistant by respecting his players and his assistants will, too.
With Arkansas' players staying within the five-pound "radius," Sam Pittman hoping that leads to better results this year.
Key questions around Hogs heading into fall camp starting and we won't have answers until Halloween ... at the earliest.
Arkansas probably won't win more football games with Texas, Oklahoma coming into league but expansion is only about money.
Putting hopes on mobile quarterbacks can prove risky because they have to stay healthy against most physical defenses in country.
Nobody knows how long Hog fans will have to wait, but playing Texas can resume a year-round hatred for Texas.