College Football Predictions – 2010 Arkansas Razorbacks

The 2009 Arkansas Razorbacks went 9-4 on College Football Picks, going 7-5 against the spread, going over the betting odds total 6 total times and under 6 times. Coach Bobby Petrino enters his 3rd season in Fayetteville with a team that could be the surprise in team in the SEC West. The Razorbacks finished 4th last year beating every team they were suppose to beat and losing to every time they were suppose to lose too, ending the season with a 20-17 overtime Liberty bowl win over East Carolina. The Business Partnership Contract Template Hogs were one of the highest scoring teams in the country, averaging a little over 36 points per game that was good enough for 9th overall in the nation. Arkansas threw for little over 295 yards per game, that ranked 10th nationally and overall the team ranked 20th in the country with 427.3 yards per game. The Razorback defense was as bad as the offense was good, giving up over 401 yards per game on the ground and in the air, that statistic turned into opponents scoring 25.1 points per game.
The Razorbacks should be better on both sides of the football in 2010 but the offense will especially be talented at the skilled positions. 2009 offensive coordinator Paul Petrino left for the same position at Illinois, the Razorbacks won’t miss a beat, quarterback coach Garrick McGhee was promoted to the offensive coordinator position. Quarterback Ryan Mallett will have a talented group of receivers to throw too in Joe Adams, Greg Childs and Jarius Wright. Tight end D.J. Williams is also a valuable weapon. Mallett set school records last year throwing for 3,624 yards an 30 touchdowns, this kid is a legitimate Heisman candidate in 2010. Running back Ronnie Wingo could be a rising star and the offensive line returns four starters.
On the other side of the ball the Hogs must develop it they want to contend with Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss and Auburn and become a top SEC football program. The pressure will be on defensive coordinator Willy Robinson, especially when it comes to the pass defense which has been terrible. Cornerback Isaac Madison returns Business Tips For Instagram to the lineup after missing all of 2009 with a knee injury. Linebacker Jerry Franklin looks to become the first Razorback player to lead the team in tackles three seasons in a row and the defensive line needs to step up their play, defensive end Jake Bequette led the team in sacks and hurries last year.

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