Good morning, Arkansas fans and welcome to November. Another week and another win. What a great way to close out both October and non-conference play.
Bask in the 63-28 homecoming win over UT-Martin and the team getting back to a .500 record. Ole Miss awaits, so it should be a fun week.
The Razorbacks offense looks fine-tuned and the defense looks like it can tweak its way to help out in crucial moments in a win or two over the next four weeks. Here’s to Sunday morning arm-chair quarterbacking, but let’s also remember a trailblazing player who set the tone for African American collegiate players all over the South.
Here are four things to know:
- Arkansas rolled up yardage on offense and held a good FBS school in UT-Martin in check during homecoming on The Hill Saturday as the Hogs won, 63-28.
- Arkansas running back Alex Collins rushed for a career-high five touchdowns in the 63-28 homecoming win over UT-Martin.
- Darrell Brown faced adversity all his life, but he set a trail at Arkansas when he became the first African American Razorbacks football player. It helped set a precedent toward athletic equality in the South.
- Arkansas released two wide receivers after disciplinary reasons.
Other Arkansas news from around the Internet
- The university’s website has a great video recap of Saturday’s game.
- Want to watch a cool banner work its way through the crowd?
The best stories around the SEC
- It looked like a clean hit, but officials called a targeting foul against this Tennessee player on Saturday.
- He’s vying for an SEC East championship. So is Florida’s Jim McElwain a good candidate for the nation’s coach of the year in his first season?
- After defeating Auburn on Saturday and Alabama earlier this season, Ole Miss is claiming the title of “Alabama State Champs.”