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Re: Tough Times in Arkansas

Postby gohogs14 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:55 pm

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CA Mustang wrote:
mrydel wrote:The Arkansas Democrat Gazette sports reporter who has been the head sports guy for around 40 years was direct today in saying the only way UA grows is with Starkel. He openly states that Hicks should no longer be considered although he will most likely get some playing time.

If growth is what is needed, then why alternate between two grad transfers? Choose your best underclass QB and allow the team to grow with them. Grad transfers are for plug & play, not 2-3 years in the future.


In today's game a stud frosh can play in 4 games and still get a RS. I thought Chad would give some young guys some exposure in last week's game. There won't be many opportunities to play them in games when the hogs won't be totally overmatched.


He probably would have if it wasn’t so close. Jefferson will probably play against someone like Alabama when it gets to be a blowout.
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Re: Tough Times in Arkansas

Postby ponypatrick » Sun Sep 08, 2019 3:19 pm

shadowman wrote:Hicks rode that one year just because he had Sutton and Quinn to throw to, two NFL receivers, when he has no studs that can get wide open, he is a lost little puppy, probably even lost his starting job, and Morris will be gone soon too.




2028 article in the " Terrell Tribune " .......Terrell Tiger head coach Chad Morris fired after third straight losing
season. He will remain in town and become the Used Car Manager at Randall Noe Ford. Karma's a bi__h Chaddie
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