Expect the Arkansas Razorbacks to improve upon their 7-6 record this coming season under Sam Pittman, who is entering his fourth season as the team’s head coach.
In Pittman’s first season in 2020, the Hogs went 3-7 followed by a 9-4 campaign in 2021.
2021 also saw a fully healthy starting quarterback in KJ Jefferson who threw for 2,676 yards and twenty-one touchdowns for the Hogs. Jefferson threw for 2,636 yards and twenty four touchdowns in 2022 while only appearing in eleven games being plagued by injuries. So if Jefferson can stay healthy, that points to great things for the Hogs.