In a year of the handshakes, Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino wasn't too pleased with how the game ended. Les Miles and LSU were throwing late in the game despite leading 38-17.
Les Miles says it had nothing to do with piling it on for the BCS, but clearly he wanted to attempt to score towards the end of the game and instead settled for a field goal with five minutes remaining.
It has been the last four losses in the SEC for the past two seasons that really sticks in the mind of Petrino, as well as most Arkansas fans: Alabama twice on top of Auburn and now LSU. These losses surely hurt.
The last two seasons have been remarkable to follow in favor of Arkansas, but they still need to improve a bit at the line of scrimmage. There was hope that the defensive line could stand up to the Tigers' premier offensive line, but that was not the case today.
Also, the Razorbacks' offensive line was left out to dry (so was Tyler Wilson!) when LSU just pinned their ears back and went bonkers on the Razorbacks.
In time Arkansas can be right there with the two big bullies, but for now they will need to lick their wounds and try to improve one day at a time.