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Bret Bielema Press Conference Tweetcap - November 17th

Bielema met with the media to review the LSU game and look ahead to Ole Miss.

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Applause, applause, applause. Plause, plause, plause, plause.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-partner="tweetdeck"><p>BB: Cameron was with us yesterday. Nobody should be out for this weeks game.  Kendrick Edwards was on a one week suspension last week</p>&mdash; Razorback Nation (@RazNation) <a href="">November 17, 2014</a></blockquote>

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Everybody is available? Such a rarity this time of the year. Definitely great news.

These ain't your Coach O Rebels. Time to get back to work.

Feels like he just got here. This must be what Kentucky basketball fans feel like all the time.

That's good football right there. Big blocks and big tight end passes. it's amazing what happened when the tight ends were targeted so much more frequently, isn't it?

Done and done.

Note to self: let's just say this every week. "To win" seems to work better than "to play".

Woo hoo!

Awesome that Liddell played well. There was a lot of concern about what would happen when Gaines had to leave.

Been afraid of their defense all year. Concerning they've essentially had two bye weeks coming into the game.


I need to know more about this 3:30 am tackling discussion. Were they enacting tackling in the room? Is that what was so loud someone called security on them? I need more details.

Here's our post on his hiring. I'm especially proud of the lines "Not going to pretend he's the people's choice. Fans don't seem particularly excited by him." Both Ryan Higgins and Josh Goforth had nice pieces on him last winter, however.

Tons of fun! So much fun fans are ready to give him a nice raise and extension. Bielema was able to hold on to Sam Pittman a couple years ago after making it clear part of his attraction to Arkansas was having the money to keep his assistants. Seems safe to say Arkansas should do what it takes to keep Smith, and losing him to anything other than a head coaching position or the NFL would be a huge disappointment.