Prognosis Good For Arkansas QB Following Loss To ULM
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -
Arkansas faces a difficult road in the wake of Saturday night's stunning 34-31 overtime loss to Louisiana-Monroe.
The Razorbacks (1-1) played the second half and overtime without starting quarterback Tyler Wilson, who stayed in Little Rock following the upset after a hit to the head. Coach John L. Smith says Wilson's prognosis is good for this week's matchup against No. 1 Alabama.
It just remains to be seen how the team reacts following such an unexpected loss.
The school fell from No. 8 in last week's AP poll to unranked this week, the second-largest fall out of the poll ever.
The Razorbacks were the first top-10 team to lose to a team from the Sun Belt Conference.