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Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN is releasing 2013 Season Report Cards for all SEC teams. Here is how they graded Arkansas:

OFFENSE: D-
DEFNSE: D
SPECIAL TEAMS: C

OVERALL: D

Here is what ESPN had to say:
quote:

This certainly wasn't the start that Bielema envisioned when he took the job at Arkansas, but the Hogs just weren't built on either side to properly adapt to his style. After winning their first three games of the season, the Hogs lost a school-record nine in a row to go 3-9 on the season and 0-8 in conference play. Arkansas was outscored by 117 points in its three games in the month of October. Though they didn't win down the stretch, the Hogs showed heart in their final three games, taking each game into the fourth quarter.
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Comments

4 Comments
I still think that is grade inflation.

Yeah, I'm bitter.
Reply37 months
ar-kansas needs help
Reply37 months
Larry Leo has caught a case of the Hogsession.
Reply37 months
I'm glad I read this. It gave me so much insight into last season that I wasn't aware of.
Reply37 months
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