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Take the Arkansas drive that began immediately after the blocked punt and subsequent Georgia score, with just more than two minutes to play in the opening quarter. The Razorbacks were still standing, shaky but somewhat upright, between Sanford’s famed hedges and steered the ball 55 yards — a tidy sum against the Bulldogs, who had been giving up around 182 yards per game. But that drive, the finest of the early going for Arkansas, included a holding penalty, a self-recovered fumble and, finally, a field-goal attempt that veered rightward.
While Arkansas is assuredly better than its recent incarnations — 3-7 last season, 2-10 before that and 2-10 before that — the Razorbacks’ performance on Saturday signals that Arkansas is not back to being a power reminiscent of the Frank Broyles era. Indeed, the team’s evisceration on Saturday probably did more to fuel questions about the strength of Texas A&M, a preseason playoff contender that lost by 10 to Arkansas last month, than it did to herald the start of a dynasty, or even something much more modest, in Fayetteville. (Source: www.nytimes.com)
The Razorbacks are off to their first 4-0 start since 2003 when Houston Nutt was at the helm. This time, head coach Sam Pittman will face off against his old employer as he was the Bulldogs’ offensive line coach from 2016-19. He will rely on QB KJ Jefferson to lead the offense as long as he can stay healthy. Jefferson left last week’s game against Texas A&M with a bruised knee, but later returned to finish out the game.
Arkansas has gone three-and-out four times in five drives, the Bulldogs scored on their first three drives of the afternoon and the their offensive line is dominating in what looks like a rout between the hedges. Oh, and the Georgia defensive front led by monster nose guard Jordan Davis has allowed just 78 yards by the Razorbacks -- who are 1-for-6 on third down. I'm not sure how Arkansas coach Sam Pittman can adjust to what has been an incredible performance for the home-standing Bulldogs. (Source: www.cbssports.com)
We’re detailing all the essential information you need before Arkansas vs Georgia kicks off during Week 5 of college football. The Arkansas Razorbacks football team is currently ranked 8th in the AP Top-25 poll. The Georgia Bulldogs are currently ranked 2nd in the AP Top-25 poll.
Based on snapping with centers, Stetson Bennett appears to be first team quarterback as he's working with Sedrick Van-Pran Granger. Carson Beck is with Warren Ericson and JT Daniels with Jamaree Salyer. Daniels now is just holding his helmet while Bennett is throwing passes. Looks like Stetson Bennett will get the start. (Source: www.onlineathens.com)