Arkansas comes short vs Mississippi State 28-21

Bret Bielema with one game left and the possibilities of been fired after that.

A morning with some rain and with Donald. W. Reynolds Stadium semi empty, head coach of the Razorbacks Bret Bielema came out of the lockerrooms with a cold look into the Frank Broyles field. Arkansas with a must win to keep the dream of bowl eligible for the post season.
The Hogs took advantage of their ball posession and were able to put 14 points on the score board, but they were not enough.
After the first quarter, literally as you closed and open your eyes, Mississippi State with the help of their quarterback Nick Fitzgeralds took care of business and help his team to win 28-21 over the Razorbacks.
Bret Bielema in press conference said  “Unfortunately came up short. The part that our guys did from last Sunday to where we are today, we knew they were going to give their very best to get a victory out there today. Prepared all week. Obviously a lot of noise going on and everything but they just stayed focused on the task at hand."
Razorbacks will welcome Missouri saturday inside Donald W. Reynolds with a 1pm kick off.
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February 23, 2018, 4:52 am
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