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Arkansas Razorbacks head coach Bret Bielema took an unexpected awkward fall this afternoon on the Hog Walk leading up to the team’s big showdown against Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies. Via Outkick The Coverage It’s tough to pick out the most puzzling aspect of the sudden plunge—how he placed his palms on the pavement to brace for the fall, the crowd’s reaction or the fact that he was wearing headphones. Does Bielema need to get psyched up for the game too? The tenth-ranked Aggies (3-1) currently lead the Razorbacks (3-1) at halftime 24-20 in what is shaping up to be yet another thrilling early-season shootout in the SEC. jimmy_cone’s video on Instagram Embed by embedinstagram.com What did you think of Bielema’s sudden fall? Sound off in the comments. Michael Gartman is a College Football and NFL Senior Writer, the AFC South and NFC West Lead Writer and the Founder, CEO of GridironGrit.com. He’s also about to start reporting on topics across all sides of the politica...
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Arkansas Razorbacks head football coach Bret Bielema slipped on a patch of slick pavement and fell to the ground during the team's Hog Walk in Fayetteville before Saturday's big game against Texas A&M.
Fortunately, Bielema was OK and continued on his way to the stadium.
Video via Instagram (jimmy_cone). H/T FTW.
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Jonathan Williams finished with 53 rushing yards and 2 receiving touchdowns. (Wesly Hitt/Getty Images)
The Arkansas football team (3-2) almost pulled the upset over the #10 Texas A&M Aggies (4-1), but came up short losing 45-33.
The Hogs kept the game close and responded multiple times to reigning Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel and the high-powered A&M offense...
Just a week removed from blowing a 24-7 lead on the road at Rutgers, it seems that Arkansas Razorbacks head coach Bret Bielema is still suffering from some bad karma. Today, it hit him on the traditional Hog Walk, prior…Read more →
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel put on a show and injured Arkansas signal caller Brandon Allen returned to spark the Razorbacks, but the No. 10 Aggies prevail 45-33 Saturday night before 72,613 fans at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.