You had the feeling when Rawleigh Williams went down in the final spring practice and didn't bounce back up that his career with the Razorbacks might be over. Now it is.
Judge Margaret Taylor in Florida blamed South Florida coach Charlie Strong for the actions of his players, but who she should be criticizing is the NCAA and the presidents.
When Rawleigh Williams III hit the ground Saturday and didn't move, the sinking feeling crashed like a wave that it might be the last time he's in a Razorback uniform.
The annual Red-White game always provides a chance to end spring practice with a lot of momentum headed into the summer. Arkansas didn't get that, thanks to the weather.
With the NCAA eliminating the old-fashioned two-a-day practices, there will be old-school coaches shaking their heads, but it's all probably for the best.
Arkansas will advance in the NCAA Tournament after beating Seaton Hall as Kingsley comes up huge in 77-71 win.
With four full seasons now on the record, the expectations, culture and approach of the Arkansas football program has to change or likely some deciding that will.
If Jeff Long actually believes wins and losses are the measuring stick for a program, then, well, maybe the questions should start at the top.
Jeff Long disagrees the sky is falling on the Razorback Nation, but leaves many wondering exactly how he came to that conclusion.
Arkansas went backwards this year, to equal 2014's 7-6 record and the immediate future is, well, grim.