Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports
Arkansas has hired former Oklahoma State assistant Jemal Singleton as the teams new running back coach and special teams coordinator, according to the

Singleton will replace Joel Thomas, who took a job with the New Orleans Saints earlier this month.

He joins an Arkansas program that finished 7-6 in Bielema's second season after a Texas Bowl win over Texas last year. He takes over a backfield that features a pair of 1,000-yard running backs in Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins.

Prior to Oklahoma State, Singleton spent 11 seasons at Air Force, where he rose from graduate assistant to running backs coach and running game coordinator for his final five seasons. He also played at Air Force, helping the school win 10 or more games in back-to-back seasons in 1997 and 1998.
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