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Why do most so called college football experts keep saying Beilema will have a complete rebuild next season? Most articles I have read on the subject of which SEC hire will have the quickest success pick Malzahn and their logic is that Beilema is walking into a complete rebuild. It seems to me that we have a lot of returning talent and most of it very young with more SEC experience than they should due to be forced onto the field last year (will Hines, turner, peters, jonathon Williams, McKay, etc.). Sure, we don't have a roster full of all Americans but we have talent.
because likely the only two things they know about arkansas are Wilson and Davis and without research they assume-- our bad year + we lose these two= rebuild. I agree with you... I think we may pull an A&M next year.
This post was edited by ArmyofNobunaga on 12/7/2012 at 7:06 PM
Home is where the heart is. This is a map of mine.
I'm thinking aleast 7 wins. Should start 4-0.
7-5 is my pick for next year. 2014 could get us back to 10+ win seasons.
I think where we will be vulnerable is on our O-Line. The only reason Johnny fooseball ran all over the place was that amazing line that Sherman recruited. We on the other hand don't have that luxury. And if Alvin Bailey leaves, that's another void. I'm not going to say we suck, but I'm not saying 10+ wins. Now, if I'm wrong, I will GLADLY admit I am, and I hope that I am. Guess time will tell! I do know one thing, maybe CBB can grab a few JUCO O-linemen to fill the void until he gets depth at that position.
Either way, I am looking for more toughness, which I think CBB will instill. Either way, WPS!
Offensive line has been our demon on our shoulder for a while.
because here in Houston people dont realize just how much Sherman built that program.
Imo, it's better they underestimate us. I'd much rather sneak up and surprise a few people.
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
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