Good morning, Razorback fans. While Ole Miss fans sharpen their pencils to start scribing their name as a possible SEC champ if they win out, Arkansas has other plans. Razorbacks fans say get out your potential erasers.
One key wide receiver returns this week for Arkansas. Ole Miss says the Hogs have solid tight ends, the future national championship game sites are set and Arkansas running back Alex Collins pays tribute to Rawleigh!
Here are two things to know:
- Arkansas coach Bret Bielema announced the team will have junior wide receiver Cody Hollister back on the sideline this weekend. He returns from a foot injury in September.
- Ole Miss junior defensive back Tony Conner may not be at 100 percent this weekend, but he still plans on taking on the tough Arkansas tight ends.
Other Arkansas news on the Internet
- Former SEC commissioner Mike Slive and current SEC commish Greg Sankey both spoke highly of Arkansas athletics director Jeff Long and why he’s the right choice to chair the College Football Playoff Selection Committee.
- The Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette’s Tom Murphy wrote about the resurgence of the Arkansas running game, which is hitting its peak going into the final stretch of the season.
- Arkansas running back Alex Collins finds a way to pay tribute to Rawleigh Williams III, who suffered a season-ending neck injury on Oct. 24 against Auburn.
The best stories around the SEC
- Folks in the South love their college football. The NCAA announced Wednesday that two southern cities will host national championship games between 2018 and 2020.
- Auburn got a commitment from a JUCO player who’s a former Florida State quarterback; he’s already being compared to Nick Marshall and Marcus Mariota.
- LSU coach Les Miles admits to eating grass at opposing stadiums. He confessed Wednesday which stadium has the best.