Found June 22, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
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Playing quarterback in college football is no easy task. Playing in the SEC as a college quarterback can sometimes be harder than playing against some NFL defenses. On that alone, Tyler Wilson of Arkansas will have his hands full leading the Razorbacks against LSU and Alabama in the SEC West. But Wilson will have far more obstacles to overcome for his senior season. Last year's head coach, Bobby Petrino, is no longer around. The quarterback guru who's put Chris Redman, Stefan LeFors, Brian Brohm, Jason Campbell, and Ryan Mallett in the NFL won't be around to aid in Wilson's development. Three of Wilson's top receivers last year (Jarius Wright, Joe Adams, and Greg Childs) all went in the 4th round in the NFL Draft last April. Gone are well over half of his passing yards, completions, and touchdowns from a year ago. A new head coach, three receivers gone, and playing in the best conference in college football. What does Wilson have to look forward in terms of hi...
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