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Arkansas Razorbacks Internet Chatter: December 2, 2013 - LSU Review, Austin Tate & Brandon Allen, Stadium Debate

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News, notes and interesting reads for Hog fans. Bring on basketball season.

Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Spor

Boot Review – It's not like we really need to go over what happened in Death Valley on Black Friday again. For Arkansas folks, it was fitting that the Hogs were shut out in the final period, much like most of the season, and that the secondary was burned for a long score on 3rd down and long. Personally, I'm glad it's over. Emotionally, I was done after the South Carolina loss. It was also a fitting that Brandon Allen was strip sacked on the final offensive play. BRING ON BASKETBALL SEASON.

Tate Crime – It wasn't long ago that Brandon Allen's truck was egged by a moron(s), prompting Wally Hall to crack a joke after Allen's quick start against LSU. Now, in a recent development, fifth year senior Austin Tate has been the victim of a residential burglary. Tate filed the report upon returning to Fayetteville Friday night, and says it occurred while in Baton Rouge. Yet another tasteless act by Arkansas folks. You want to get upset when Clay Travis calls you an idiot, but you do dumbass things like this.

Arkansas WBB – The Arkansas women's basketball team won the New Mexico Thanksgiving Tournament over the Thanksgiving holidays. All they did was beat Southeast Missouri and Binghamton senseless and by whole lot of points. Tom Collen's squad annihilated SEMO 88-37 and defeated Binghamton nearly as bad, 72-23. Obviously not the best competition, but you can't argue with 50 point wins and the results.

Stadium Debate – It's a never-ending discussion. Everyone has something to say about Arkansas dropping the number of games to be played in Little Rock to just one per season. It was a good decision for the university financially, plus, the attendance at this season's LR games were horrendous, the worst in quite some time. Here's the Arkansas news editor for the Associated Press's opinion on the whole two home field situation at Arkansas.