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The biggest question mark for the Razorbacks is defense.
This has been a constant area of concern for the team over recent years. With the offense grabbing all of the headlines, the defense often became the target for scrutiny.
That could change this year with the changes that the Razorbacks have made. It all starts with new defensive coordinator Paul Haynes, who is in charge of replacing defensive end Jake Bequette, linebacker Jerry Franklin and safety Tramain Thomas as he installs a new defense.
Haynes has started by moving Tenarius Wright from defensive end to linebacker, and he will team up with Alonzo Highsmith to form a terrific tandem. Highsmith is still recovering from tearing his left pectoral muscle, but when healthy, he is a force to be reckoned with.
Bryan Jones, DeQuinta Jones and Robert Thomas will help up front in an attempt to stop the run, and if that can happen, the defense will begin to steal headlines from the offense.