Bielema enjoyed seeing his Arkansas team deliver LSU a ‘whooping’
Considering Arkansas did the same thing in 2014, no one can call the Razorbacks’ 17-point victory over LSU a fluke. In case you didn’t happen to see the game, Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema wants you to know how one-sided the game in Death Valley really was:
Bielema: I’m glad the score stayed 31-14 Saturday so people who didn’t watch the game knew it was a whooping.
— Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) November 16, 2015
The Razorbacks’ coach is pulling no punches
Bielema made the remarks during his Monday introductory news conference for Saturday’s game against Mississippi State.
The Razorbacks will keep the Golden Boot for another calendar year and look to have regained their swagger after a 1-3 start to the season. Now sitting at 6-4, the Hogs are playing as well as any SEC team outside of Alabama to close the season.
In fact, if Arkansas finishes out the season unscathed, a Sugar Bowl berth is not out of the question for Bielema’s team. Just imagine what the Razorbacks coach might say if his team finishes the season in LSU’s backyard of New Orleans.