After an admittedly embarrassing loss in the Belk Bowl, Bret Bielema won't be the one one having to answer questions about the direction of Arkansas' football program.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema apologized to Razorback fans who made the trek to Charlotte to see the second-half meltdown.
Arkansas has a 24-0 lead at halftime of the Belk Bowl with Austin Allen having a dominating performance, completing 13-of-16 passes for 215 yards and two scores.
Arkansas' commitment list isn't near the top half of the SEC or even the SEC West, but Bret Bielema may have already landed the two biggest targets who were already on the team.
Arkansas' former coach didn't put Bielema on the hot seat in interview, because he has been on that seat now for nearly a month in the eyes of many fans.
Arkansas' defense needs help and they hopefully started to help that with the addition of Tulsa Union linebacker Kyrei Fisher.
Center Frank Ragnow won't be leaving for the NFL Draft, according to a statement the UA released Tuesday afternoon:
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema is getting almost as much attention for he and wife Jen expecting their first child as the Belk Bowl.
Senior linebacker Brooks Ellis became the first Arkansas football player in school history to earn Academic All-America honors twice in a career on Thursday.
"Before They Were Cowboys" will be on SEC Network on Dec. 28, featuring Arkansas' undefeated 1964 team that had Jerry Jones and Jimmy Johnson prior to their success in Dallas.