Tough Loss + Bad Calls + Ole Miss Coming Next: a Formula for Trouble?

Last year, the Razorbacks went to Gainesville to play the #1 Florida Gators and their star quarterback. They played tough, but ultimately left with a crushing defeat and lingering questions about a couple of horrendous calls that affected the outcome. The following week they played Ole Miss and, instead of taking out their frustrations, they turned in one of the all-time flat performances and lost to the Rebels.

This year, the Razorbacks went to Auburn to play the #7 Auburn Tigers and their star quarterback. They played tough, but ultimately left with a crushing defeat and lingering questions about a couple of horrendous calls that affected the outcome. The following week they play Ole Miss and...???

Throw in the fact that Houston Nutt has some sort of weird mind-meld powers over the Razorbacks (and Ryan Mallett's shaky condition and the fact that Nutt will probably unveil some random player who's been riding the bench but will turn out to be great and the fact that most of the student section will probably stay home to guard their laptops) and I'm not feeling too good about this game. Is there any reason to believe the Hogs have learned from their mistakes and will handle the situation differently from last year? This one has "post tough loss letdown" written all over it.

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