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 Trent Shadid of SEC Country as they try to make sense out of some of the decisions Arkansas has made this season.
SEC Country launched the Borderline Erotic Podcast on Aug. 29, 2016. It is named after the colorful way 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 294th episode of the Borderline Erotic Podcast:
Arkansas has made some odd decisions
Nabors started the podcast with Shadid discussing some of the questionable decisions the Razorbacks coaching staff has made this season.
The most interesting one is not playing running back T.J. Hammonds earlier this season. Hammonds has been electric and provided the Hogs offense a much-needed spark. But for some reason, the coaching staff has been reluctant to give him the ball.
Another odd decision is not playing Brian Wallace on the offensive line at the start of the season. Arkansas has struggled mightily on the OL all season long, but it seems to be getting better. One big reason for that is Wallace finally receiving a chance to play after being held out for so long. These are some of the reasons why so many people are upset with Bielema and his staff.
Nonsense: No defense = good football?
In the nonsensical part of the podcast, Nabors brought up the nonsensical story of Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State not having any defense.
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