Arkansas Razorbacks podcast: Hogs are in some serious trouble

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Welcome to SEC Country’s  daily Arkansas Borderline Erotic podcast, the most-listened-to Razorbacks podcast in the country. In this episode, John Nabors reflects on Arkansas’ loss to TCU over the weekend and how the Hogs lost more than just a football game.

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 253rd episode of the Borderline Erotic Podcast:

Arkansas football: Hogs show weakness in home opener

Nabors started the podcast by discussing the Razorbacks’ poor performance against the TCU Horned Frogs on Saturday. The Hogs only managed to score 7 points in the game with their lone touchdown coming in the first quarter. That makes three straight games against FBS opponents where Arkansas did not score a single point in the second half. There are many problems that Arkansas has to deal with going into its bye week. The Razorbacks will be heading to Arlington, Texas, to face Texas A&M next Saturday, and Bielema may be coaching for his job.

Nonsense: Cole Hedlund is done

In the nonsensical part of the podcast, Nabors brought up the nonsensical story of Arkansas kicker Cole Hedlund. Hedlund missed two chip shot field goals against TCU and won’t be kicking for the Razorbacks again.

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