A lot has happened in 2013. Some things were good and some were bad, but the end of each year marks the beginning of a new one.
With the new year comes an opportunity for a fresh start, a time to make resolutions and set new goals. Resolutions can be for individuals, offices, classrooms, families and, in this case, the Arkansas Razorbacks.
The 2013 season was not very nice to the Hogs, but it's now in the past. With 2014 come hopes and dreams of turning around what was a very rocky debut for head coach Bret Bielema, to say the least.
The Razorbacks didn't win a conference game for the first time since joining the SEC in 1992 and endured their first nine-game losing streak in program history. But, as stated, 2014 is a whole new year, so there's no need to pout, moan or drown in self-sorrow.
Bielema has a lot of young talent to build on, and putting in the work in the offseason should make for a much better season in his second year.
With that said, here are the Razorbacks' top-four New Year's resolutions that should make for a better ending.
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