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New BCS Standings

October 26, 2010

Season Report Posted: July 18, 2010 18:02  

Arkansas remains #1 in the current BCS Standings, with a perfect 1.00 score.

Behind them are two undefeated teams...

#2 Oklahoma 7-0 .994
#3 Texas Tech 7-0 .989

For SEC Conference Standings, check out the standings page.

Razorbacks Ink 2

October 25, 2010

Season Report Posted: July 18, 2010 17:21  

Frank Miller (WR, ****) and Tramon Davis (MLB, ***) both have decided to attend the University of Arkansas next season.

For more information on these players, check out the recruiting page.

#1 Arkansas Comes Back in Rivalry Game, Dominates Ole Miss

October 23, 2010

Game Report Posted: July 18, 2010 17:02  

Being down 7-0 midway through the second quarter did not to stop Arkansas, as from that point forward Arkansas did the little things right on route to a 34-7 win over the rival Rebels from Ole Miss.

"We found ourselves in a hole, and that is where we had to pick ourselves up again," said Coach Petrino, whose team unprobably found themselves up 14-7 at half.

For a quarter and a half, Ryan Mallett had no time to throw, resulting in two interceptions and countless sacks.

"Ole Miss did a good job of putting pressure on us early on, and Coach switched the gameplan to a quick-pass offense out of the shotgun," said Mallett, who finished the day 25-36 for 399 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Up 7-0, Ole Miss twice had possession to go up more, the first time having to punt after a Mallett interception, and the second time and interception which allowed Arkansas to start out at the Ole Miss 35 yard line.

From there, Arkansas quickly worked down the field to tie the game on a Ronnie Wingo TD run from 1 yard out on 3rd down.

Ole Miss again had a chance to go on top, but a three and out gave Arkansas a chance to score before the half, and Mallett quickly converted two long passes to Greg Childs for the TD.

"The big change in the game was for us to not sit back on defense, but to attack Ole Miss and the quarterback," said defensive end Jake Bequette. Arkansas is none more as a man-defense, lack of pressure team, but today they made it their goal from the second quarter on to attack and blitz Ole Miss, and it worked.

The Ole Miss offense continued to look flustered, and Arkansas took advantage, kicking field goals on their two possessions in the third quarter to take a 20-7 lead in the fourth.

But that is where things got interesting. Ole Miss completed a long pass out of their half of the field to set them up at the Arkansas 44 yard line with 4:30 left in the game. It was then when Arkansas dialed up the heavy blitz, resulting in a misfired pass into the flats with Tramain Thomas returned all the way for a TD.

"What can I say. The pressure was there and that was the only option he had. I got a few steps on the pass and was off," said Thomas after the game, whose INT built up a 24-7 lead for the Razorbacks with 4:14 remaining.

Arkansas would score once more for good measure, a Ryan Mallett pass to Joe Adams with 3:05 left to put Arkansas up 34-7 for good measure.

For more on game stats, click on Ole Miss in the schedule.

Piecing Together the Future

October 20, 2010

Season Report Posted: July 18, 2010 00:50  

With the team off to a 6-0 start, we here felt it was time to depict what the future might look like for the Razorbacks.

Barring a successful conclusion to the season, Arkansas have several NFL prospects either graduating or who could go pro.

Logical choices to go pro would be juniors Ryan Mallett (96) and Joe Adams (92). Receiver Jarius Wright (89) is also having a tremendous season, giving him the option to possibly go pro. If Greg Childs (92) decides to go pro, that could leave the Razorbacks extremely thin at the receiver position, especially since tight end D.J. Williams (92) will be graduating. The Razorbacks are only seriously considering 1 wide receiver and one tight end in their recruiting class, which will be fine if not too many go pro.

The offensive line is also a cause for concern, with three players gradating, and center Ken Brooks (90) a candidate to go pro. Arkansas is seriously recruiting three linemen, so they may have to pick up a lower-level depth chart filler in the off-season.

The defense should be fine next year, as the Hogs have seriously recruited several defensive linemen and secondary players to fill the potential void next season.

This year is a good one for the Razorbacks, but Hog nation is about building a dynasty for the future.

Razorbacks #1

October 18, 2010

Season Report Posted: July 17, 2010 21:20  

In the newly released Coaches Poll, the Arkansas Razorbacks have risen to #1.

They will put their new ranking on the line against Ole Miss on Saturday.

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Preseason Coaches Poll
1Alabama Crimson Tide
2Ohio State Buckeyes
3Texas Longhorns
4Oregon Ducks
5Boise State Broncos
6Florida Gators
7Virginia Tech Hokies
8TCU Horned Frogs
9Nebraska Cornhuskers
10Iowa Hawkeyes
11Wisconsin Badgers
12Georgia Tech Yellowjackets
13USC Trojans
14Miami Hurricanes
15Oklahoma Sooners
16Pittsburgh Panthers
17LSU Tigers
18Penn State Nittany Lions
19Oregon State Beavers
20Arkansas Razorbacks
21Florida State Seminoles
22North Carolina Tar Heels
23Utah Utes
24Cincinnati Bearcats
25Houston Cougars
Preseason Media Poll
1Alabama Crimson Tide
2Ohio State Buckeyes
3Texas Longhorns
4Oregon Ducks
5Boise State Broncos
6Florida Gators
7Virginia Tech Hokies
8TCU Horned Frogs
9Iowa Hawkeyes
10Nebraska Cornhuskers
11Wisconsin Badgers
12USC Trojans
13Georgia Tech Yellowjackets
14Miami Hurricanes
15LSU Tigers
16Oklahoma Sooners
17Pittsburgh Panthers
18Penn State Nittany Lions
19Oregon State Beavers
20Florida State Seminoles
21Arkansas Razorbacks
22North Carolina Tar Heels
23Cincinnati Bearcats
24Utah Utes
25Houston Cougars
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Final Media Poll
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Final BCS Poll
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SEC Conference Standings
RNKSchoolRecordConf RecordPFPA
1 Arkansas 7-0 4-0 285 81
2 Georgia 6-2 5-1 210 92
3 Alabama 7-1 4-1 283 74
4 Mississippi State 7-1 3-1 193 106
5 South Carolina 5-2 3-2 175 128
6 LSU 4-4 3-2 168 132
7 Florida 4-3 2-3 153 110
8 Auburn 4-4 2-3 202 145
9 Ole Miss 4-3 1-3 217 117
10 Kentucky 3-5 1-4 151 151
11 Tennessee 3-4 0-4 139 143
12 Vanderbilt 3-4 0-4 105 168

Offensive Team Captain

QB - Ryan Mallett

Defensive Team Captain

LE - Jake Bequette

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