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John Expat

  • joined Aug 15, 2008
  • last login Apr 22, 2014
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Old school Hog fan, writing about the Razorbacks from the distant outpost of Berkeley, CA.

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Angry Sidney Moncrief Is Angry.

Angry Sidney Moncrief is not happy about the current state of affairs in Razorback fandom: (more about Angry Sid)

Bobby and Jessica's Story, Now Visualized: This Is Possibly the Best Thing Ever

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Wondering exactly what happened on Bobby and Jessica's fateful motorcycle ride? What about in Petrino's final meeting with Jeff Long? Now, thanks to this Taiwanese animated news story, your...

Welcome to the Post-Petrino Era: Reviewing Potential Razorback Coaching Candidates

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Who will replace Bobby Petrino as head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks? The Arkansas Expats list out some possibilities and pick their favorite contender.

Crazy Times: Malzahn Heads to Jonesboro

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In what has to be considered *the* hiring coup of the offseason, Arkansas State has snagged a very big fish to replace Hugh Freeze: the one and only Gus Malzahn. Yes, the very same Gus Malzahn who...

Arkansas vs LSU: What This Means for the Big Picture

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The Arkansas-LSU game is the most important one the Razorbacks have played in many years. What does it mean for the big picture? The Arkansas Expats break it down.

Essential Pre-Game Reading

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For you X's and O's types and stat nerds, we highly recommend the following pre-game posts: - "Arkansas vs LSU: Can the Razorbacks Actually Win?" by the great Bill Connelly over at SBNation.com. - "LSU vs Arkansas: What to Watch For" by our SB Nation counterparts, And the Valley Shook. Both are excellent and informative reads. Definitely check 'em out.

Battle for the Boot: Arkansas' Receivers vs LSU's Vaunted Secondary

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If there's one thing that Arkansas fans, LSU fans and neutral parties can agree on, it's that the Tigers have a legitimately frightening defense. Stacked with big, fast and strong playmakers at...

Playing the What If Game

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As you may have heard, the Razorbacks have a pretty big game coming up this Friday. Looking back into the mists of history, the unfortunate 1998 clash with Tennessee stands out as the last Arkansas...

Arkansas-LSU: For All the Marbles?

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First thought: Wow. Second thought: It might still be a bit of a long shot (more on that in a minute), but make no mistake about it, the Hogs are in the thick of the BCS championship conversation....

To An Athlete Dying Young

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As my compatriot Stephen noted earlier, the tragic death of Garrett Uekman is an all-too-real reminder of the fragile and fleeting nature of life. At the risk of being overly literary on a humble...

All Hail Joe Adams, Master of Time and Space

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Like most of you, I've watched a lot of football in my life. We've all seen amazing moments and incredible feats. But, it might take several lifetimes of football fandom to encounter another play...

Let's Give a Shoutout to the Seniors

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Tomorrow's game against Tennessee marks the final time this year's senior class will take the field in Fayetteville as Razorbacks. While every group of players makes their mark on the program...

It's Been a Rough 12 Months for College Football

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All the major scandals we've already seen - Cam Newton at Auburn, systemic corruption at Miami, Tattoogate at Ohio State, etc, etc - turned out to be small potatoes compared to the true horrors now coming out of Penn State. Absolutely awful stuff.

Another Victory in the Farmyard Brawl: Arkansas 44, South Carolina 28

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Well then. No doubt motivated by my gloomy predictions in last week's postgame thread, the Razorbacks responded with their best game of the season, thumping South Carolina 44-28 and laying to rest...

Lucky, Lucky, Lucky: Arkansas 31, Vanderbilt 28

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Um, good job Hogs? First, the positives: Jerry Franklin's momentum-changing 96-yard fumble recovery for a TD is an early contender for play of the season. Tyler Wilson continues to prove that he is...

Hey, It's Ole Miss Week

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Times are tough in Oxford these days. The Rebel Black Bears are coming off a 52-7 beatdown at the hands of Alabama, players are getting suspended or kicked off the team right and left, fans are...

We <3 Knile

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Read this article about the trials and tribulations of Knile Davis and just try to deny the guy's awesomeness. Not possible!

Watch It Again: Joe Adams' 92 Yard TD Run

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The play call came at exactly the right time and the blocking was flawless, but there's no doubting who the star of this video is. As he hurdles Kiero Small at a full sprint and burns past several...

My New Favorite Player: Kiero Small

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What's not to like about a human bowling ball? The Hogs' departed Prussian general, Van Stumon, left big shoes to fill at fullback, but newcomer Kiero Small is filling them and then some. Watching...

A Very Rude Welcome to the SEC: Hogs 42, Aggies 38

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Wow. Wow. WOW. In what could be considered a season-saving win, the Razorbacks outscored the Aggies 28-3 in the second half to cap an absolutely epic comeback and welcome Texas A&M to the SEC with...

Archie Goodwin Commits to Kentucky

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Archie Goodwin, the all-everything shooting guard out of Sylvan Hills HS, committed to Kentucky today. A tough break for Mike Anderson & Co, for sure.

Breaking News: Joe Adams is Fast

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Last year Joe Adams old the NWA Times' Robbie Neiswanger that his favorite thing about returning punts was "making people look stupid". Mission accomplished:  

Knile Davis Out for the Season

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In news that is completely terrible but also completely expected after reports of Knile Davis' horrific ankle injury emerged from practice last night, the team officially announced that the star RB...

Knile Davis Seriously Injured At Practice

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Knile Davis was seriously injured at practice today. How will this affect the Hogs' chances in 2011?

Nerding Out on Strength of Schedule

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Our fellow SB Nation blog, Football Study Hall, recently published an interesting post about strength of schedule. The short version is that they analyzed the strength of schedule for all D1 teams...

Childs, Bequette on Preseason All-SEC First Team

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The SEC coaches have selected Greg Childs and Jake Bequette to the preseason all-conference first team. 12 others made the second and third teams.

Will the Last Hog to Leave Please Turn Out the Lights?

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The Mike Anderson Era Hogs seem to have a bit of a player retention problem. Following closely on the heels of Jeff Peterson and Glenn Bryant's recent departures, Rotnei Clarke, he of the sweet...

The Future of Arkansas Basketball

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Otis Kirk, AS360's recruiting guru, published an excellent article about the state of basketball recruiting yesterday. For starters, he notes that 4/5 of the heralded incoming recruiting class is...

FYI: UA APR 411

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The NCAA released the Academic Progress Rate (APR) figures for 2009-10 yesterday and, although the Hogs are showing signs of climbing out of their enormous hole from years past, they still have...

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