kwren34

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About kwren34

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  1. @cole256 If Bruce Pearl was never hired at AU, where would this team be in regards to where they are now?
  2. Horace Spencer and Bryce Brown suspended. Out for Coastal Carolina. Pearl Hasn't decided length of suspension. Link
  3. IPFW is a decent team. They won their regular season conference title last year. They also played well with a deep Arkansas team this year (9 point loss).
  4. EXCELLENT!
  5. It's not just Bama. Mississippi State has had a couple VERY good recruiting classes, Tennessee hit a home run in hiring Rick Barnes. Frank Martin at South Carolina has them doing big things and Arkansas is supposed to have a very good team this year. Bruce said when he was hired that the whole SEC will continue to get stronger and they have.
  6. UPDATED TEAM RECRUITING RANKINGS 247 - 6th Scout - 3rd Rivals - 4th ESPN - 5th Davion Mitchell - solid commit Chuma Okeke - solid commit Austin Wiley - solid commit
  7. Ideally, yes. However, this is just my take on what I hear their radio personalities and callers saying. I've also watched their games and I know they're good enough to beat Auburn.
  8. The biggest weakness on Arkansas' offence is the O-line - particularly Hjalte Froholdt (#51). He tends to get lost and beaten. He got burned on a 3rd down on their first possession against Ole Miss and it lead to a drive ending sack. I believe they've moved Jake Raulerson (one of their most consistent linemen to help Froholdt). Other than that, as a whole, the rest of the line has been underwhelming. Overall, they've had better than average O-line play for the past 2 years and they aren't seeing it this year. I'm not convinced Austin Allen is playing as well as Brandon Allen played starting with the Auburn game through the end of last year, however, Austin is playing better more consistently than Brandon did. Rawleigh Williams had his first great game against Ole Miss and he showed flashes against A&M (fumbled on the 1 yard line and lost confidence). Devwah Whaley is their next big runner. Everyone has high expectations for him. They haven't been using him as much as the fans would like, but they're happy with what they've been seeing. Their receivers can catch the ball. Sprinkle is no joke at Tight End. Defensively, McTelvin Agim is about as hyped to Arkansas as Carl Lawson was to Auburn. Generally, their line is the best part of their defense. Line backers are pretty thin. Especially with Dre Greenlaw being injured. He's been very consistent over the last 2 years. His backup (Dwayne Eugene I believe) has filled his shows well. However, I think Eugene got injured against Ole Miss, haven't heard of his status. Brooks Ellis is probably the smartest defender on the field. He doesn't have it all physically, however he is always lined up correctly and plays smart. One thing that really frustrates Arkansas fans is the cushion that their DBs give receivers. Other than that, they have some hard hitters. Santos Ramirez and Henre' Toliver are decent DBs. To me, Arkansas is about as good as they were last year. I can't see too many tremendous improvements. Of course, I say all of this living in central Arkansas and listening to their sports talk radio on my hour commute daily.
  9. Is it any worse than Shawn Marion?
  10. Is that more to your liking?
  11. https://auburn.rivals.com/news/class-of-2019-4-star-forward-commits-to-auburn
  12. Isn't that because CBS has first dibs on SEC games and they wait to select the best match-up?
  13. I was always told in middle school to avoid plagarism, but suit yourself...