Hawgs Illustrated Publisher, Columnist
My father -- and his brothers -- always told me about the place they sat when the news hit about the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
The tight end room is depleted at Arkansas now that both Hunter Henry and Jeremy Sprinkle are done. Yeah, right, said outside linebacker Randy Ramsey.
They are called stunts, stems and slants. That's the way defensive linemen move after they line up to confuse and defeat the massive offensive linemen.
The question came late in the interview, almost as an afterthought: Who is the backup nickel?
I've said it over and over: There's nothing like a fifth-year quarterback with starting experience.
What might have been is the feeling that hits me every pro day. It happened again Wednesday while watching Dominique Reed glide down the field for perfectly thrown deep passes from quarterback Brandon Allen.
Arkansas won the series, but Rhode Island won the series finale Sunday.
What is the 3-4 defense? How will it help Arkansas change its fortunes in the SEC following a 7-6 season in which it allowed 39 rushing touchdowns?
Todd Eskola paused before delivering the biggest line of the day. Clearly, the veteran Joe T. Robinson football head coach knew he was about to give a show-stopping quote.
Team Mort probably added a few more prayer warriors Thursday at Cross Church in Rogers.