Holding nothing back…

Arkansas and the terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad game…

Posted on: January 4, 2008

Watching the Razorbacks get stomped at the Cotton Bowl made me want to cry.  It was painful.

I don’t know why there seems to be a jinx on the Razorbacks when it comes to bowl games, but there sure does seem to be one and I *REALLY* wish it would go away!

I was still pretty confident at halftime, even though my Razorbacks were down by 14 points.  They’ve come back to win from half time deficits before, more than once. 

Had anyone predicted that the running back dominating this game would be Mizzou’s Tony Temple, I’d have said they were crazy!  Surely it had to be McFadden or Jones that would dominate.  Oh nooooooooooo.  Temple set a Cotton Bowl record with 281 rushing yards, while Mizzou’s defense held McFadden to a pathetic 105 yards.  This from a Heisman runner up who averaged 144 yards per game all year!

The Razorbacks intercepted the ball, only to fumble it, missed field goals, turned the ball over within *feet* of a TD, just had an all around terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day.

Maybe they should move to Australia.



2 Responses to "Arkansas and the terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad game…"

Just announced Darren Mcfadden to enter draft….

Hopefully the Raiders will get him..

Justin Fargas had a great end to this season, but if McFadden is still on the board, it would take a major brain fart for Al Davis not to take McFadden. McFadden and JaMarcus Russell would make for one exciting offensive backfield. If McFadden is gone, look for DT Sedrick Ellis as a possibility to replace Warren Sapp.

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