2 things every Arkansas fan needs to know today
This isn’t a good morning, Razorbacks fans. It’s a great morning.
Come on. Who’s still not talking about that epic win and Hunter Henry’s desperate, backward toss while falling down on fourth-and-25? It looked like a planned bounce pass that landed right in the arms of running back Alex Collins, who went and got the first down.
Folks will talk about it for years. LSU awaits this weekend, but here’s what’s going on with the Razorbacks right now.
Here are two things you need to know today:
- The Arkansas offense and coaching staff received high marks after the big win in Oxford, Miss., last Saturday.
- Arkansas senior quarterback Brandon Allen played the game of his life on Saturday in the 53-52 overtime road win against No. 18 Ole Miss. He set career records, but more importantly, he became the unequivocal leader of this team.
Other Arkansas news on the Internet:
- Just in case you get antsy at work and can’t find those magic moments from last Saturday, here’s a quick recap to get your week jump-started.
- Here’s how the fourth-and-25 play in overtime was drawn up — if you can see it on paper.
- Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen got carried off the field at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on Saturday, but for good reason. His heroic play warranted such celeb.
Other stories around the SEC:
- The Missouri football team considers suspending football activities due to players sitting out and joining anti-racism student protests on the Mizzou campus. Missouri is the final game on Arkansas’ schedule.
- After Saturday’s shakeup and movement in the SEC West standings, Alabama finds itself in first place and in line to play for a national championship — again.
- Former Texas A&M quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel showed his support for current Aggies signal caller freshman Kyler Murray.