Found June 19, 2012 on
Crystal Ball Run:
Yesterday we began unveiling our Preseason Top 10 and coming in at No. 10 was West Virginia followed by No. 9 Ohio State. So, who could be up next? It's a team that's seen their share of headlines in the offseason, but mostly for the wrong reasons.
They also happen to be the first team coming out of the SEC and we're talking about the Razorbacks of Arkansas making our Top 10 list at No. 8. This pick may surprise a few people, but that's exactly how the Hogs are looking at the 2012 season, as an opportunity to surprise a few people. They have a 21-5 record in the past two years and return a ton of talent for 2012, but they also have issues following the dismissal of former head coach Bobby Petrino, the man that led the Hogs resurgence. My advice - avoid Harley rides and racy text messages to women that aren't your wife, it's not worth the cheap thrills in the end - just ask Petrino.
Crystal Ball Run Preseason Top 10
No. 8 - Arkansas Razorbacks
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