Northwest Arkansas felt the impact of an earthquake early Saturday morning, and Arkansas offensive line coach Kurt Anderson responded by bringing the funny.
Shortly after the earthquake, which originated just outside Tulsa, Okla., reportedly reached 5.6 magnitude and was felt from as far west as Arizona and as far east as Tennessee, Anderson presented a theory for what caused the earth to shake:
Sorry folks we had an early morning OL walk thru. May have felt like an earthquake.
— Kurt Anderson (@OLINEPRIDE) September 3, 2016
The Razorbacks offensive linemen are big, but we’re not sure they’re quite that big, coach. Arkansas kicks off its season against Louisiana Tech in Fayetteville at 3 p.m. CT.
Alabama Crimson Tide players also reportedly felt the impact of the earthquake in Dallas, where they’ll play a neutral-site game against Southern Cal later in the evening.