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  • #1 by 1h0gl0w on 11 Sep 2017
  • Nm
  • #2 by 1h0gl0w on 11 Sep 2017
  • What has seriously improved?
  • #3 by sir-pigs-a-lot on 11 Sep 2017
  • Cheerleaders.
  • #4 by kodiakisland on 11 Sep 2017
  • #5 by grayhawg on 11 Sep 2017
  • What has seriously improved?
    More kids doing better in class, in Long's eyes more important than winning.
  • #6 by Calling All Hogs on 11 Sep 2017
  • Opportunities for walk ons and freshman to start on the O-line.
  • #7 by sir-pigs-a-lot on 11 Sep 2017
  • The goalposts seem stronger
  • #8 by longpig on 11 Sep 2017
  • depends on the week
  • #9 by Rock City Razorback on 11 Sep 2017
  • QB: Yes, but has so far regressed this year
    RB: Step back, but unforeseen loss and still young, could make argument
    FB: Small was better than what we currently have, but I like Jackson and Johnson
    TE: Overall depth has improved, but come on, Henry is hard to replace...
    WR: Big fat noooo
    OL: hahahahahaha

    DT: DL has regressed majorly
    LB: Better talent and 3-4 plays to their strengths. Spaight was killer though, so gonna say no.
    CB: Step up in my opinion! Moving in right direction
    S: Rohan Gaines was great! Santos seems to be getting there and have gotten better since last 2 years

    K:  :puke:

    KR: C'mon man, we had something good with Korliss...
    PR: Jred can take it to the house and has twice, both called back by penalties. So that one is even since he's still returning

    Overall depth seems to be better, but top end talent isn't there.
  • #10 by widespreadsooie on 11 Sep 2017
  • Absolutely nothing
  • #11 by DoubleReedHawgCaller on 11 Sep 2017
  • TE's
  • #12 by Hog N Bama on 11 Sep 2017
  • Do I have until hell freezes over to answer?
  • #13 by Mo_Better_Hogs on 11 Sep 2017
  • Overall depth seems to be better, but top end talent isn't there.

    Absolutely. Depth is important. But think about what elite talent does for you. What top 5 team has only players you've never heard of?

    There are transcendent players in our history that we couldn't have done without. We need the next Billy Ray Smith, Kenoy Kennedy, Ken Hamlin, Anthony Lucas, Ryan Mallett, Joe Adams, Felix Jones, Darren McFadden.
  • #14 by RazorbackAlways on 11 Sep 2017
  • #15 by rude1 on 11 Sep 2017
  • Job opportunities for assistant coaches as the revolving door keeps spinning.
  • #16 by sickboy on 11 Sep 2017
  • I mean. We had as unstable a program as you could have in 2012. The John L. year was the darkest year of Arkansas football that I can remember. I don't think Bielema is getting it done, but our program is markedly better than when he took over. If you think otherwise, you're blind or forgetful. Maybe both.

    Let's see where we end up this year, but the good news is that we're a more stable program now than we were then. If and when we do hire a new coach, it should be easier to find someone who wants to take over the program and take on the challenge of making Arkansas more than just a 7-8 win a year program.
  • #17 by BigE_23 on 11 Sep 2017
  • The 100-yard stare is now up to 110.
  • #18 by codeHog on 11 Sep 2017
  • anybody know where we could get a blonde on a motorcycle for our coach
  • #19 by BigE_23 on 11 Sep 2017
  • anybody know where we could get a blonde on a motorcycle for our coach

    He already has the blonde...and that bike would have to be the definition of a fatboy.
  • #20 by sickboy on 11 Sep 2017
  • anybody know where we could get a blonde on a motorcycle for our coach

    Ask Hugh Freeze. I'm sure he's got someone on speed dial for that.
  • #21 by IronHog on 11 Sep 2017
  • Agim was rated higher than Flowers FWIW
  • #22 by HardCore on 11 Sep 2017
  • The Dopey, blank stares from the sideline have gotten better
  • #23 by Rzbakfromwaybak on 11 Sep 2017

  • He's proved to me that his style of offense is not going to work against good SEC teams.  We couldn't even run against TCU.  We run well against weak opponents, but usually don't do well against better defenses.  They stack the line & stuff us. No passing game either.  Offense needs to be changed....
  • #24 by widespreadsooie on 11 Sep 2017
  • He's proved to me that his style of offense is not going to work against good SEC teams.  We couldn't even run against TCU.  We run well against weak opponents, but usually don't do well against better defenses.  They stack the line & stuff us. No passing game either.  Offense needs to be changed....

    We have an extreme amount of inexperience at WR. You don't replace the receivers we had from last season over night. With that being said, we have to improve on O from TCU to cool off Coach's seat.
  • #25 by jvanhorn on 11 Sep 2017
  • What has seriously improved?

    Team grade point average.
  • #26 by RagingHawgOn on 12 Sep 2017
  • I mean. We had as unstable a program as you could have in 2012. The John L. year was the darkest year of Arkansas football that I can remember. I don't think Bielema is getting it done, but our program is markedly better than when he took over. If you think otherwise, you're blind or forgetful. Maybe both.

    Let's see where we end up this year, but the good news is that we're a more stable program now than we were then. If and when we do hire a new coach, it should be easier to find someone who wants to take over the program and take on the challenge of making Arkansas more than just a 7-8 win a year program.

    Really not supposed to use reason around here.....
  • #27 by DeltaBoy on 12 Sep 2017
  • Depth stinks and over all they regressed.  Recruiting not panning out. 
  • #28 by HoginMemphis on 12 Sep 2017
  • #29 by HoginMemphis on 12 Sep 2017
  • QB: Yes, but has so far regressed this year
    RB: Step back, but unforeseen loss and still young, could make argument
    FB: Small was better than what we currently have, but I like Jackson and Johnson
    TE: Overall depth has improved, but come on, Henry is hard to replace...
    WR: Big fat noooo
    OL: hahahahahaha

    DT: DL has regressed majorly
    LB: Better talent and 3-4 plays to their strengths. Spaight was killer though, so gonna say no.
    CB: Step up in my opinion! Moving in right direction
    S: Rohan Gaines was great! Santos seems to be getting there and have gotten better since last 2 years

    K:  :puke:

    KR: C'mon man, we had something good with Korliss...
    PR: Jred can take it to the house and has twice, both called back by penalties. So that one is even since he's still returning

    Overall depth seems to be better, but top end talent isn't there.
    This was basically the results of my preseason analysis which is why I predicted 6-6 with loss to TCU and 3-5 again in SEC.
  • #30 by HoginMemphis on 12 Sep 2017
  • I mean. We had as unstable a program as you could have in 2012. The John L. year was the darkest year of Arkansas football that I can remember. I don't think Bielema is getting it done, but our program is markedly better than when he took over. If you think otherwise, you're blind or forgetful. Maybe both.

    Let's see where we end up this year, but the good news is that we're a more stable program now than we were then. If and when we do hire a new coach, it should be easier to find someone who wants to take over the program and take on the challenge of making Arkansas more than just a 7-8 win a year program.
    We had 1 down year with Smith. That one year should not obliterate a program. And we were preseason #8 in the country that year. Finished 11-2 the year before in Petrino's last year and year before that, we were in the Sugar Bowl vs Ohio St. Bielema comes in and promptly goes 0-8 in SEC. Then 2-6 in SEC the next year, his 2nd. Not exactly turning it around like Nutt turned it around after 4 years of Danny Ford or like Petrino turned it around in less than 3 years after a decade of Nutt silliness. Now the Hogs are regressing under Bielema. Getting worse over past 2 years. If this year is another 3-5 in SEC or worse, anyone who says we are stable is right...same way a doctor is right when he says someone who is about to die is stable for now and resting peacefully.
  • #31 by razorcash2 on 12 Sep 2017
  • Kicking.
  • #32 by hogblitz on 12 Sep 2017
  • We have an extreme amount of inexperience at WR. You don't replace the receivers we had from last season over night. With that being said, we have to improve on O from TCU to cool off Coach's seat.
    In Year 5, you should be able to replace them!
  • #33 by BassinHawg on 12 Sep 2017
  • Well, there is proof now that he actually did "Go hop on the wife".
  • #34 by hawgon on 12 Sep 2017
  • Our program is as stable as the Titanic on the bottom of the Atlantic.  That thing is so stable that it hasn't moved in 105 years.
  • #35 by hawg IQ on 12 Sep 2017
  • #36 by code red on 12 Sep 2017
  • Opportunities for walk ons and freshman to start on the O-line.
    Lovit
  • #37 by code red on 12 Sep 2017
  • Depth stinks and over all they regressed.  Recruiting not panning out. 
    This is so true.  And all we have heard is that he is building depth.  CBB has swung and missed in recruiting more than Jose Canseco.
  • #38 by Marshfieldhog on 12 Sep 2017
  • We have an extreme amount of inexperience at WR. You don't replace the receivers we had from last season over night. With that being said, we have to improve on O from TCU to cool off Coach's seat.

    That's CBB's job to even the classes at position. He should have seen that a couple of years in advance and recruited accordingly.
  • #39 by widespreadsooie on 13 Sep 2017
  • That's CBB's job to even the classes at position. He should have seen that a couple of years in advance and recruited accordingly.

    I don't disagree but when you have to replace the amount of production and experience we had there a year ago, it won't happen in game two of the following season. I would expect a good coach to have it come to fruition at a higher pace than what we saw this past Saturday though.
  • #40 by codeHog on 13 Sep 2017
  • I think next year the depth on defense will be good (not as good if we lose the Huco on the DL)

    Like when Ford left because he just could not win, Nutt had a fine team when he got here.
    If the QB play is good next year......it could be a pretty good team but Bielema has his players sleep walking thru games and it is hard to judge how good we might be with a different staff
  • #41 by Bubba's Bruisers on 13 Sep 2017
  • I think next year the depth on defense will be good (not as good if we lose the Huco on the DL)

    Like when Ford left because he just could not win, Nutt had a fine team when he got here.
    If the QB play is good next year......it could be a pretty good team but Bielema has his players sleep walking thru games and it is hard to judge how good we might be with a different staff

    Will be all for naught if the OL doesn't shore up...after our best O-lineman is gone too.  Especially pass blocking, because I'm not expecting a 6-7,270 QB to be so nimble footed that he'll be able to consistently escape pressure.
  • #42 by codeHog on 13 Sep 2017
  • he sure can not go under center then run back 7 steps then turn around and try and find a person to throw to. It seems we are not putting our kids in the best spot to excel
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