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Sausage Links - January 16, 2013

Recruiting news, 2012 report card, Great videos


The Razorback football season has ended, but recruiting season is hotter than ever. In order for Bret Bielema to have success he will have to find a stable of running backs to complement his style, which is different than the Petrino style fans have seen the last few years. The Hogs are losing Knile Davis, Dennis Johnson and Ronnie Wingo, so running back will be a top priority on signing day. It will take hard recruiting and a little luck just to snag one or both blue-chip running backs Altee Tenpenny and Alex Collins. Jacob Blalock from the Bleacher Report has more on what the Hogs will need this recruiting season.

The Hog coaching staff is still putting together the 2013 recruiting class, but they are also working on the 2014 class. Recently, Springdale Har-ber defensive lineman Josh Frazier came down for a visit. Frazier liked what he saw and so did his mother. Frazier wants to take his time in the recruiting process and has no plans to commit anywhere this early. Frazier is one that Coach Bielema needs to put a high emphasis on. Talented defensive lineman are hard to come by. Frazier is being courted my numerous other schools including Alabama. RIchard Davenport from Whole Hog Sports has more on Frazier and his visit to the U of A.

Bad news for Hog Fans. The Razorback football team got an overall F on their report card for the 2012 football season by ESPN's Edward Aschoff. I am shocked. I did not see this one coming. The offense looked good during the first quarter of some games and the defense had their moments, but who are we kidding - it was a bad bad bad season.

The greatest football compilation video is here from Spencer Hall at SB Nation. It is truly awesome and will get you jacked up for next season. If the video doesn't at least the music from the movie Rudy will.

Ever wonder what NFL players are saying on the sideline? People try to read their lips, but most of the time your probably wrong. Thanks to SB Nation's Jon Benne for finding a video that explains so much. I hope this is what they are saying, because it would be hilarious.