Arkansas has a lot to prove; Sam Khan Jr. of ESPN.com joins the podcast

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Welcome to SEC Country’s  daily Arkansas Razorbacks podcast. In this episode, John Nabors talks with Sam Khan Jr. of ESPN.com about Arkansas preseason camp and the outlook for the rest of the SEC.

SEC Country launched the Borderline Erotic Podcast on Aug. 29, 2016. It is named after the colorful way coach Bret Bielema  described how he felt after Arkansas defeated Texas in the 2014 Texas Bowl.

Here is a rundown of some topics discussed in the 230th episode of the Borderline Erotic Podcast:

Arkansas will teach us a lot in the first few weeks

Nabors started the podcast by discussing with Khan Jr. the Arkansas matchups with TCU and Texas A&M. Khan is very familiar with all three programs and thinks they all are on an even playing field competitively. The Hogs were able to best TCU last season in a wild game but have lost five straight games against the Aggies. If Arkansas can find a way to win both of those games in the early going, the Razorbacks may have their best season yet under coach Bret Bielema.

Nonsense: RIP Glen Campbell

In the nonsensical part of the podcast, Nabors brought up a nonsensical story about country music star Glen Campbell, who died on Tuesday. Campbell was a native of Delight, Ark., and was beloved by many Arkansans. There were many great moments from Campbell, but one of Nabors’ favorite moments came on Johnny Carson’s show.

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