FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Arkansas Razorbacks are just eight days away from their season opener against Florida A&M in Little Rock. SEC Country beat writers Eric W. Bolin and Trent Shadid analyze the Hogs offense, specifically new running backs and inexperienced wide receivers.
One week from opener, what do the Razorbacks still have to figure out?
- Start: Running backs Devwah Whaley, David Williams and Chase Hayden may hold the key to Arkansas’ season. They aren’t a concern, but they are a question after the retirement of Rawleigh Williams III.
- 2:30 – Arkansas coach Bret Bielema compared those three — Whaley, David Williams and Hayden — to the three running backs (James White, John Clay and Montee Ball) he had at Wisconsin the year two of them gained more than 1,000 yards and the third was only four yards shy.
- 4:30 – Remember T.J. Hammonds? Where does the highly touted running back/wide receiver fit into the fold?
- 6:30 – Cornelius has returned from a back injury, but as of Tuesday night, he hadn’t practiced yet at training camp. How soon will he be back to his old self?
- 8:00 – Florida A&M is not a Toledo, not a Louisiana-Monroe and not The Citadel. Arkansas will not lose its season opener to a lesser opponent this year.
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