Poll: Will we beat the Aggies?

Yes
- 130 (38%)
No
- 212 (62%)

Total Members Voted: 338


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  • #51 by bondhue on 13 Sep 2017
  • Battle of coaches trying to lose their jobs.  Two teams reeling.  Whoever make fewer mistakes than they made last week probably wins.  Except if they both make the same number as last week, in which case it ends in a tie.  We’re balanced on offense, we can neither throw nor run.  One of the teams has no QB.  We’ll know which one after this game.  They are not good at anything.  Surely we are good at something.  We have cuter cheerleaders.  It could get ugly . . . in the first quarter.  By the 4th quarter it would scare my wife into pants labeled “small.”  I might have to push her eyes back in with a spoon.  They are not as good as seen on tv.  They’re like a shamwow commercial.  One of the coaches may not survive the game.  Literally.
  • #52 by NuttinItUp on 13 Sep 2017
  • One of the coaches may not survive the game.  Literally.

    You think one of the coaches will die during the game?
  • #53 by bondhue on 13 Sep 2017
  • You think one of the coaches will die during the game?
    No.  But my wife's eyes may actually pop out.
  • #54 by NuttinItUp on 13 Sep 2017
  • No.  But my wife's eyes may actually pop out.

    I am glad you didn't mistakenly say "literally" again, haha.
  • #55 by bondhue on 13 Sep 2017
  • I am glad you didn't mistakenly say "literally" again, haha.
    She's mad at me now and says she's going to her sister's to watch the game.
  • #56 by Swestwill66 on 13 Sep 2017
  • aTm rushes for 500 yards.wins by 21. 100 yards first half 400 second half.
  • #57 by EastexHawg on 13 Sep 2017
  • The 2009 team we destroyed was worse than this year's team.  Williams the running back and Christian Kirk are as good as we will see all year.

    Among those on the 2009 A&M team:

    Von Miller
    Ryan Tannehill
    Christine Michael
    Cyrus Gray
    Jeff Fuller
    Ryan Swope

    Swope caught close to 90 passes for 1,100 to 1,200 yards one year, Fuller was a stud all-conference receiver, Michael and Gray have spent several years in the NFL, Tannehill is a long time starter at QB...and I don't think I have to say anything about Von Miller.
  • #58 by Hawgzinbowlz on 13 Sep 2017
  • Battle of the coaches trying to save their job.

    Do we win for the first time in 6 years or no?
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    Of the two coaches in this game Sumlin is more likely to get fired by his administration, if he loses, than CBB in the event that he loses.

    We may pull this out...I wouldn't bet on it.

    " GO HOGS "
  • #59 by grayhawg on 13 Sep 2017
  • Isn't it strange Bielema coached Arkansas teams are winless against A&M. And the guy he replaced never lost to A&M you know the guy Long fired and in another thread says Long and Bielema saved Razorback football.
  • #60 by Rayzback on 14 Sep 2017
  • Homer say yes... hoping we roll the dice on the passing game and it works.  If it's not there, it's going to be a bad day.
  • #61 by nwahogfan1 on 14 Sep 2017
  • I want a poll that had the same question but added if you had to put $1000 with your vote.

    CBB has never beat A&M while coach at Arkansas.  We have blown some big leads in the 2nd half.  We have found all kinds of ways to lose to them.  A&M has had much better recruiting classes the past few years and even though they are reeling from the UCLA come back loss they are a  better team.   I hope we beat A&M but right now after watching every SEC team play on our schedule I could not vote especially if I had to put $1000 on the vote that we will beat any of our SEC games other than Missouri.   
  • #62 by solitons on 14 Sep 2017
  • I hope it's a game we win, but from watching we pay with TCU and TAM play with UCLA, I don't have the confidence to say we will win
  • #63 by Tiredofhogssucking on 14 Sep 2017
  • For whatever reason Bielema has players that are more finesse than power.  Maybe its because high schools emphasize more finesse offensive schemes.  Anyway, we're trying to run a power offense with players used to more finesse style and we haven't been successful inside the red zone (or even the 5 yard line) against A&M. 

    I predict more of the same.  Stalled drives inside the red zone, with a suspect kicking game will cost us the win....AGAIN!
  • #64 by bvillepig on 14 Sep 2017
  • We beat them if we loosen up and the coaches quit limiting what we do based on over analysing A&M.  Let Enos throw the playbook at them. Have some fun and kick there rear.
  • #65 by zsanfusa on 14 Sep 2017
  • We're balanced on offense.  We just have to run more to set up the pass only when needed.  I think we could have two of the better backs in the SEC.

    Balanced how? Like 0 = 0.  266 Total yards last week stunk.  It doesn't matter if you run for 133 and pass for 133, the math is still terrible.  Like eating off a dollar menu at a fast food joint, it may cheap, but it's diarrhea all the same.
  • #66 by Kevin on 14 Sep 2017
  • Who knows
  • #67 by longtimeHogfan on 14 Sep 2017
  • I think yes.  Only because their starting QB got knocked out for the season.  We should be able to keep their offense off the field for that reason only.  Whether our offense has discovered Viagra and overcome their impotence or not is another matter entirely.  The defenses could decide it. 
  • #68 by Hogwild on 15 Sep 2017
  • Unless they turn the position over to Hubenak and he flourishes they have no QB.  When you have no QB you have no offense and you're trying to win 10-7 games or get a defensive score or two to get to 17 or maybe 20.  Mond is abysmal.  Sumlin lost the UCLA game because he insisted on playing him exclusively when Starkel went out with his injury.

    This is by far the worst A&M team we will have faced since the series resumed in 2009.

    All that is to say that the jury is out.  I'd say it is a coin flip game.

    Hubenak is hurt, Mond is the starter.
  • #69 by HoginMemphis on 15 Sep 2017
  • As predicted, vast majority now say we lose to A&M. Before the season, vast majority said this is the year we beat A&M. So many are  just pushed around by the winds.

    The Hogs will improve over the next week. They have had 2 weeks to improve before the A&M game. Look at the improvements they made in Spring practice and fall camp. A&M can score but they cannot defend the pass. Look how well we have thrown the ball so far. The Aggies will not be able to defend our receivers or get pressure on Allen. I believe Allen could have a career day vs the Aggies. 300+ yds passing easily.

    This contest should be high scoring. The Razorbacks will have their coming out game and destroy the Aggies. 500+ yards of offense and score in the 40's. Win by 10 to 15 points at least.
  • #70 by Quickdraw on 15 Sep 2017
  • I voted no. from what I have witnessed they are going to struggle all season.
  • #71 by DeltaBoy on 15 Sep 2017
  • GO HOGS!
  • #72 by TNRazorbacker on 15 Sep 2017
  • I don't see it. Team has no grit or identity. Looks dazed and confused.

    The matchup is bad for us too. A&M hasn't been too hot either but their run D has been a bright spot. I look for them to handle our O similarly to what TCU did.  They'll pile it on late.
  • #73 by Hogdomer on 15 Sep 2017
  • Among those on the 2009 A&M team:

    Von Miller
    Ryan Tannehill
    Christine Michael
    Cyrus Gray
    Jeff Fuller
    Ryan Swope

    Swope caught close to 90 passes for 1,100 to 1,200 yards one year, Fuller was a stud all-conference receiver, Michael and Gray have spent several years in the NFL, Tannehill is a long time starter at QB...and I don't think I have to say anything about Von Miller.

    But in 2009, they weren't any good.  The team was 6-7 and gave up over 60 points to both OU and K-State.  Our game was a glorious 47-19 too.
  • #74 by IronHog on 15 Sep 2017
  • Who knows


    This

    Two historically underachieving programs that are currently struggling.
  • #75 by ThisTeetsTaken on 16 Sep 2017
  • We've lost 5 straight to them.  Why would this year be the one? Their talent is superior to ours.  All they have to do is load up to stop the run and our offense is done.   
  • #76 by BDSCT51 on 16 Sep 2017
  • Negative Ghostrider! It will be ugly from the start.
  • #77 by TeufelHog on 16 Sep 2017
  • Said before the TCU game that if Arkansas played TCU the way they played Florida A&M that the "Horned Frogs were gonna take our lunch money."

    IF, aTm plays us the way they played UCLA IN THE FIRST HALF OF THAT GAME, aTm will beat us by 4 touchdowns.  They will stomp a "mud-hole" in us and our fan-base will be in total "dumpster-fire-mode."  Additionally, aTm will have had an additional game under their belts to work through some rough spots and  fine tune their timing with additional live-snaps against someone other than "themselves in front of a game crowd.  Don't think our "bye-week" will be helpful being so early in the season and coming off an embarrassment to TCU at home.
  • #78 by The Hawg Marshal on 16 Sep 2017
  • Watching the aTm game this morning, and  Mond looks much better throwing the ball so far.
  • #79 by PonderinHog on 16 Sep 2017
  • Watching the aTm game this morning, and  Mond looks much better throwing the ball so far.
    Oh great!
  • #80 by The Hawg Marshal on 16 Sep 2017
  • Oh great!
    That's exactly what I said during their first series. I was expecting him to be all over the place and really look bad . Unfortunately for us he seems to be able to throw a little.
  • #81 by PonderinHog on 16 Sep 2017
  • That's exactly what I said during their first series. I was expecting him to be all over the place and really look bad . Unfortunately for us he seems to be able to throw a little.
    Didn't he almost get picked just then?  (I was reading HV and missed it.)
  • #82 by hoggusamoungus on 16 Sep 2017
  • Noticed they started true freshmen at both corners today.
  • #83 by The Hawg Marshal on 16 Sep 2017
  • He just hit a man in stride for a 77yard gain.
  • #84 by rhames on 16 Sep 2017
  • Noticed they started true freshmen at both corners today.

    Safety is out too I believe.


    This is a game arkansas should and needs to win.
  • #85 by The Hawg Marshal on 16 Sep 2017
  • Safety is out too I believe.


    This is a game arkansas should and needs to win.
    They are getting  them healed up so they'll be at full strength when they play us.
  • #86 by rhames on 16 Sep 2017
  • They are getting  them healed up so they'll be at full strength when they play us.


    You're right. We probably shouldn't even show up!
  • #87 by The Hawg Marshal on 16 Sep 2017
  • He threw an int that could have been a pick six. So I guess like most freshmen he is going to be hit and miss. We just need to take advantage of his mistakes.
  • #88 by The Hawg Marshal on 16 Sep 2017

  • You're right. We probably shouldn't even show up!
    Where did I say anything like that? Dramatic much?
  • #89 by TrueBlue on 16 Sep 2017
  • Bert will struggle this week against Bye. He will have the same look on his face against Bye as he will against A&M. Clueless.
  • #90 by rhames on 16 Sep 2017
  • Where did I say anything like that? Dramatic much?


    I'M NOT DRAMATIC
  • #91 by arlhog on 16 Sep 2017
  • I don't think it's very likely we beat the.   Looks like most of the people on here agree.   But you never know.  atm is it's own version of a trainwreck too.   That's why they play the game.   
  • #92 by hawgzzfan1152 on 16 Sep 2017
  • Arkansas By 14+
  • #93 by razorsharptusk on 16 Sep 2017
  • Beat them with what? They have more talent than we do and better coaching.  Look, A&M whipped UCLA, got complacent and lost.  They still put up plenty of points to win that game.  Should have won that game.  They could easily be 2/0 right now. Will be 3/0 after today.  We are not winning this game.
  • #94 by The Hawg Marshal on 16 Sep 2017
  • #95 by Boarcephus on 16 Sep 2017
  • The Ragin Cajuns just tied it up 14 all midway through the 2nd quarter. 
  • #96 by hoggusamoungus on 16 Sep 2017
  • Starting LB riding the stationary bike.  ULaugh took advantage of his replacement.
  • #97 by The Hawg Marshal on 16 Sep 2017
  • I'm fine with them playing a  tough game and getting dinged up pretty good.
  • #98 by Boarcephus on 16 Sep 2017
  • #9 Leon Letted it!  ULL was just lucky on this play.
  • #99 by ErieHog on 16 Sep 2017
  • TAMU is not good.

    They depend on special teams and turnovers.  We don't turn the ball over, it is a should-win.
  • #100 by LRHog on 16 Sep 2017
  • If we lose to a team that struggled to beat Nichols and is currently tied up and going back and forth with Louisiana-Lafayette then Bielema and staff should be cleaned out by the following monday.
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