LUBBOCK, Texas — Maligned, vilified, smeared. Verbs of Arkansas’ defense past didn’t seem appropriate Saturday in west Texas. Against otherwise apparently long odds, it was the Razorbacks’ defense that sparked Arkansas to its first significant non-conference win in 11 years.
Subscribe to Arkansas RSS feed
LUBBOCK, Texas — Arkansas’ game plan against Texas Tech was no secret.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Miami freshman quarterback Brad Kaaya threw for four touchdowns, and Arkansas State failed again to come up with a signature nonconference victory Saturday as the Hurricanes of the Atlantic Coast Conference took a 41-20 win before 41,519 at Sun Life Stadium.
FAYETTEVILLE — Cornerback Carroll Washington and the rest of Arkansas’ defensive backs were disappointed with their opening-day impression.
1. Tackle in Space
Arkansas defensive coordinator Robb Smith said cornerback Tevin Mitchel and defensive end Deatrich Wise should be available to play Saturday.
FAYETTEVILLE — Taiwan Johnson is an undersized nose guard.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas running back Jonathan Williams didn’t get many opportunities to carry the football in last Saturday’s rout of Nicholls State.
Arkansas may have its most experienced cornerback back on the field when the Razorbacks play at Texas Tech on Saturday.
LITTLE ROCK — Flip-flopping on the outcome of Arkansas vs. Texas Tech, causation is the number 277 and the name Aaron Jones.