Posted November 17, 2012 on AP on Fox
For the Arkansas Razorbacks and their interim coach, the season of discontent continues. Arkansas dropped its third consecutive SEC game Saturday, losing to Mississippi State 45-14 on the road. With only LSU remaining on its schedule, coach John L. Smith said it's been tough to navigate this team through a season's worth of lost expectations. ''You want to keep it as simple as you can keep it, but yet you still want to have some bullets in your gun,'' Smith said. ''Or else you will get stomped on. So how many bullets do you use? We are asking guys to do things that maybe they can't do. It's hard for veteran guys, let alone young guys.'' Arkansas (4-7, 2-5 Southeastern Conference) turned the ball over five times Saturday, failing to capitalize on its 359 yards of total offense. ''I wish I had the answer for you,'' center Travis Swanson said. ''You can't really explain it. Situations happen, and you just h...
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