Arkansas Football: Grading the Razorbacks Following the Rutgers Game

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Arkansas Football: Grading the Razorbacks Following the Rutgers Game
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The Arkansas Razorbacks' hard season continued Saturday with a 35-26 loss to Rutgers in Fayetteville.

The Hogs, once again, showed that they are struggling on the defensive side of the ball, allowing 525 total yards and five passing touchdowns from a team that likes to run the ball. 

Razorback Nation was looking forward to the return of starting quarterback Tyler Wilson in what should have been seen as an easy win in preseason. 

Instead, Hogs fans were treated to more of the same: failure to execute plays and being pushed around on both sides of the ball.

Defense is featured as one category as every defensive player and defensive coordinator Paul Haynes share responsibility for Arkansas' failure to stop another offensive onslaught from an unranked opponent. 

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