Like it or not, junior quarterback Brandon Allen will be the starting QB this season barring something absurd happening in the practices leading up to the Auburn game August 30. We all know the story on Allen, and there's really no sense in beating a dead horse, so just get ready to see BA under center on The Plains and beyond this season. The good news is that Allen is 100 percent healthy, ready to go and ready to prove himself to his teammates and Hog Nation.
It seems like its been a long time since Arkansas has opened a fall camp without a lot of questions that needed to be answered. Heck, even in the years Arkansas turned out to be pretty damn good there were still questions about QB play, or if the defense will be good enough for the Razorbacks to contend in the SEC West. This year is no different. Actually, some of the questions are the same as they've seemingly always been (QB play, defense), but the other questions (how to manage 3 RBs) are new and unique.
The Razorbacks and coach Bielema announced that prep QB star Ty Storey, an Arkansas native, has signed a financial aid agreement with Arkansas, becoming the first member of the 2015 recruiting class. The plan for Storey is to enroll for the 2015 spring semester, meaning he will enroll in January after the winter break. Storey was a highly touted quarterback after leading his Charleston High School team to the class 3A state title last season. He put some flat out ridiculous numbers as a junior, throwing for more than FOUR THOUSAND yards and FIFTY TWO touchdown passes. Just get to campus already, yo.
There is no question that getting off to a good start at Auburn (possibly getting out of there with a win) would be a HUGE momentum builder for this season that could catapult the team to a sort of season we haven't seen since BMFP. Some of Hogville and its posters believe the Hogs will get off to a shocking start, ripping off wins in its first few games. How many games in a row do they think the Hogs will win in a row to begin the season exactly? Check out this thread to find out.
Word got out over the weekend of Arkansas' 2015 non-conference schedule being completed. Three games were already announced in the previous months – Toldeo (home opener), UT-El Paso, and Texas Tech, all in Fayetteville. And now, the fourth and final non conference game for the Razorbacks has been announced. Tennessee-Martin will come to The Hill to take on the Razorbacks on Halloween night. /crosses fingers nothing spooky happens during the game
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