The Hogs’ defense hasn’t looked good against Jacksonville State or Louisiana-Monroe. And the offense only looked good with Tyler Wilson running the show. Still, we’ll leave them in the Top 25 zone for now. But if the Razorbacks lose to Alabama on Saturday — with or without Wilson — the wheels could start to come off John L. Smith’s bus.
@Bread lee Not too much pressure on Arkansas huh --- if they lose to Alabama the wheels could start to come off the bus. I'm not sure losing to the #1 team in the world would destroy a season.
For someone who claims to like this site, you seem to get disagree with every word written.
I don't know why Bread lee above just re-wrote what I posted, but I stand by it. If the Hogs start 1-2 with yet another loss to one of the two SEC West giants they'd come into the season hoping to finally leapfrog, yes, the team could very well stop believing in John L. Smith and start looking to next year. That type of thing happens every year.
And it's also a danger of going the interim coach route.
No one has to agree with everything written here. We sure don't expect that. And civil disagreements are always fine. They're rare, but fine.
But when I've gone out of my way to answer so many of your questions over the past few months, it would be nice to see one story that didn't come back with some sort of dig from MoKelly1 regarding my opinions.
In other words, if someone's nice enough to take the time to answer me, I'm probably not going to try to find things to disagree with him about whenever I can. But that's just me. I've never left a single negative comment under any writer's story on any other site. So I'm not the typical comment boxer by any stretch. And you're correct, for some reason comment boxes everywhere have become an area for negative responses from people who disagree. People who agree just tend to read and move along. I don't know why that is, but it's true at every site I look at.
As always, thanks for reading,
@John at MrSEC Now my feelings are hurt. :) I do like this site and read it almost every day. I appreciated your support for Missouri joining the SEC(you were one of few) and I appreciate your commentary and opinions. But, I do not always agree. Perhaps I need to post when I agree with the site just so it balances out but, like most people, I tend to post when I have an alternate opinion. In any case, I try to be civil and just give my opinion. I am not attacking the site just because I disagree. That is why, it seems to me, they are called opinions. I get enough agreement when I go to Church. In any case, I do like the site and you all do a very nice job.