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We went to Orlando the week of Thanksgiving and I wore a Razorback shirt on the flight down and that night at WDW and I couldn't count how many "Go Hogs" I got that day. Watching that evenings parade one of the Disney World chicks in the parade gave me a big "Go Hogs" as she went by.And then I found $20.
I still believe DD Jones is capable of becoming another Albert Haynesworth.
I don't think we'd have had a better record if Mallett had come back.
THIS...kinda. I don't know if he'll be THAT good, but I had almost forgotten how badass he can be. I think Haynes coming on board must have woken DD up, or maybe Haynes actually sees his talent. But I was thinking all year long how LITTLE I had seen/heard from DD. Then, all of the sudden, he blows up the bowl game. Anyway, the season was absolutely a success. And, to top it off, it looks like recruiting is going to finish very, very strongly. Those two things are pretty easy to get excited about.
Was she a pretty chick with reddish hair? MAYBE playing Arriel (little mermaid)? I don't know if that's what she still does, but I know a girl (seen her nekkid) that went to the U of A, then to Disney after she graduated. Amazing voice. Better tits.
This year was NOT a success in that we saw a decline in defensive efficiency, despite an experienced corp of players. And, although we did win all of the games we were supposed to, we could have easily lost almost half of our games, and to lesser opponents. Here is were we know we've turned the corner, when we not only win the games we're supposed to, but dominate those games. LSU and Alabama dominated this year. We survived. We're on the way, but we're not there yet.This year was a success in that we won despite having no Knile and a questionable OL. We won close games on the road and that will build balls of fucking steel in the returning players. We were successful in showing the nation that our previous 2 years were not a fluke, set in motion by the rocket launching arm of Mr. Mallett, his drinking and drug addictions, his lack of leadership, and his character issues. This will reap rewards in future recruiting classes as they see we're building to last, and that they can come in and be the next guy to become a Razorback legend.
There's no way to look at this season and say it wasn't a success.
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