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Trey Biddy of 247Sports has reported that Arkansas offensive tackle Andrew Chamblee is no longer with the team as he has "lost the love for the game," head coach Sam Pittman said.

Arkansas left tackle Andrew Chamblee is no longer with the Arkansas football program. Chamblee's will not enter the NCAA Transfer Portal and will continue forward as a regular student. He has, "Lost the love for the game," according to Razorback head coach Sam Pittman. As a redshirt freshman last season, Chamblee started eight games for the Razorbacks and appeared in all 12.

Chamblee, 6-6, 304, is from Maumelle (Ark.) and still is only 19 years old. The former four-star recruit was one of only three freshmen who earned All-SEC honors for the Razorbacks after last season, joining cornerback Jaylon Braxton and return man Isaiah Sategna. He was the first player to earn that honor as an offensive lineman since Brady Latham in 2020. He was one of nine Razorbacks to log over 400 snaps on offense, according to Pro Football Focus.
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