FAYETTEVILLE — Bret Bielema delivered a bit of good news and a bit of bad in the bowels of the Fred W. Smith Football Center on Monday. Considering the public figure was both bits of information would be negatives, the net result was happiness.
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FAYETTEVILLE — Bret Bielema is not an angry type of guy. Not publicly, anyway. Smart aleck, perhaps. Class-clown-ish sometimes. Well-liked, mostly. Even with his penchant for saying things to garner attention, both good and ill, Bielema never comes off as hostile.
FAYETTEVILLE — The greatest single-game quarterback performance in Arkansas history was for naught.
FAYETTEVILLE — Dak Prescott doesn’t care about your “Body Blow” theory.
FAYETTEVILLE — Brandon Allen is the most accomplished passer in Arkansas history.
FAYETTEVILLE — The record-setting quarterback never had his chance. The fifth-year senior, whose decision-making had twice provided last-gasp wins to salvage his team’s season, did not have an opportunity for a third.
LITTLE ROCK — In the SEC, Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott is the indisputable No. 1 quarterback.
FAYETTEVILLE — There are going to be nights this season more important than Friday when what Arkansas did to whip Charleston Southern will be a necessity.
FAYETTEVILLE — Occam’s Razor is a proposition regarding problem-solving that states when presented with multiple possible solutions, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected.
FAYETTEVILLE — Incredulity was the most common reaction this spring when Arkansas coach Bret Bielema called his quarterback, fifth-year senior Brandon Allen, one of the top two quarterbacks in the Southeastern Conference.