- The Arkansas Razorbacks' 4th down play calling has come under scrutiny
- Head coach Sam Pittman defended the decision but acknowledged it didn't work
- The team's offensive struggles were evident throughout the game
Arkansas Razorbacks’ head coach Sam Pittman is under scrutiny for his decision to go for it on 4th down in several recent games. The Hogs were once again stopped short of the line to gain in their game against Texas A&M. Pittman defended his decision, stating that he believed they could convert and potentially cut the lead or take the lead. However, the play call has raised questions among fans, who wonder why the team doesn’t utilize their big quarterback under center for a quarterback sneak. The Arkansas offense struggled overall, and the fourth-down play call amplified their issues. The Razorbacks will now face the Ole Miss Rebels in their next game.
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