After the loss to North Texas, Chad Morris was more than unhappy. He was ticked off.
Finally a week off from the buy-a-win games, at least for some teams they were, with some decent SEC games on the schedule.
Looking at the history of first-year coaches around the country, few have great success in that initial year.
Hunter Yurachek told the LR Touchdown Club on Monday he sat down the night before to get advice from his wife Jennifer on addressing the lunch bunch.
Boos may have a target, but the target doesn't always know it was the target.
Let's just get this out there: Chad Morris' son, Chandler -- whom Morris goes to Texas to watch play high school football each Friday -- is just a junior.
Overall, this is a pretty interesting weekend in the SEC with two big conference games and what looks like a competitive nonconference game for Arkansas.
Within seconds of Colorado State's winning touchdown with eight seconds to play Saturday, social media in Arkansas blew up.
It wouldn't matter if it was Alabama, Ohio State or Texas. This column could be about the once-powerful Longhorns, but it's not. It's about Arkansas.
With 7:21 to play in the third quarter, the University of Arkansas fans seemed to outnumber Colorado State fans, many of whom already had gone to the library.