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 is joined by Matt Moscona of ESPN 104.5 Baton Rouge as they discuss the Arkansas-LSU game this weekend.
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 of the topics discussed in the 297th episode of the Borderline Erotic Podcast:
‘Arkansas should be better,’ says Matt Moscona
Nabors started the podcast with Moscona by discussing the current state of Razorbacks football. Expectations have always been tough to understand at a school like Arkansas. Fans, media, and administration seem to never be on the same page when discussing what the Hogs should be.
Moscona gives an interesting outsider’s perspective. He believes that Arkansas should be a program that can compete for SEC West titles consistently. With quality facilities and plenty of money to throw at the program, the Razorbacks should be in a lot better shape.
Nonsense: SEC coaching carousel could bounce back
In the nonsensical part of the podcast, Nabors discussed the nonsensical story of how many SEC teams will be looking for a new football coach.
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