With Bobby Petrino out of the picture, the Arkansas Razorbacks are in a state of transition.
Despite his off-field issues, Petrino turned around the program, finishing with a 34-17 record over four seasons.
The offensive mastermind developed current New England Patriots quarterback Ryan Mallet into a two-time Second-Team All-SEC selection.
With projected first-round pick Tyler Wilson at the helm, the future of the Razorbacks rests not only on new head coach John L. Smith but also new coordinators Paul Petrino and Paul Haynes.
While Bobby’s brother is tasked with fostering Wilson’s development, Haynes takes over a defense that surrendered 22.75 points per game.
If Arkansas hopes to compete in the SEC, will it be Haynes or Petrino who faces the most pressure?
Let’s take a look at each coordinator’s case.