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Arkansas Razorbacks: John L. Smith met with the media yesterday and started out by yelling at them to “smile” and “get your head up.” How much more of this can we take?
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John L. Smith does not have a future career in motivational speaking. In fact, he may not have any job in the near-future as his Arkansas Razorbacks have lost to Louisiana-Monroe and Alabama in the last two weeks. At a news conference this week, the head coach noticed how down the media members were so he instructed them all to smile -- in an extremely awkward way, as seen below.
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On Wednesday, Arkansas interim head coach John L Smith filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in federal court. Smith claims to owe $25.7 million in liabilities and represents he has merely $1.2 million in assets.
The former Michigan State head coach is currently earning being paid $850,000 to coach the Arkansas Razorbacks. Smith replaces...
FAYETTEVILE, Ark. -- Tyler Wilson had a moment before the Alabama game when he wanted to do anything but heed his doctors' orders.
Concussion or not, the Arkansas quarterback wanted to play against the No. 1 Crimson Tide.
"Give me my helmet," Wilson thought. "I don't care what anybody else says, I'm playing."
Of course, Wilson didn't play in...
Preseason expections were high for this Arkansas team despite the loss of Bobby Petrino, whose departure from Fayetteville was highly publicized, especially on this site. Still, with John L. Smith at the helm many thought the Razorbacks would compete for an SEC crown. Many thought they had the title to potentially compete for a national title.
Well, three games into the season following...
The band spells out "Go Hogs" during halftime of every Arkansas home game.
With an upcoming out of conference game approaching this Saturday when Rutgers travels to Fayetteville, Arkansas to take on the SEC opponent, DoubleGSports.com reached out to one of the top bloggers covering the Razorbacks to ask a few questions about the matchup. Doc Harper runs the website called...
Some random thoughts three weeks into Hogmageddon:Tyler Wilson, I am impressed! I love a young man who has pride and passion. His speech after Saturday’s ballgame confirmed what I already thought. Tyler Wilson is a leader! Granted, Arkansas’ fifth-year senior quarterback said what head coach John L. Smith should have said. But somebody had to say it.I served in the US military...
Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson said Monday that his passionate speech after Saturday's loss to Alabama was to let the Razorbacks fans know that his team's effort was unacceptable and he was going to do all he could to get back on the field this week and make sure it never happened again.
Arkansas seniors Alonzo Highsmith and Tyler Wilson have tried to provide some leadership this week for a Razorback football team that is reeling heading into Saturday's game with visiting Rutgers.