Twitter reacts to Arkansas' blowout loss to Western Kentucky

Twitter reacts to Arkansas' blowout loss to Western Kentucky

Twitter reacts to Arkansas' blowout loss to Western Kentucky

Former Arkansas quarterback Ty Storey led his current team, Western Kentucky, to an easy win over his old one Saturday, 45-19, in the stadium he called home for four years.

Adding further insult to the embarrassing loss is how much money Arkansas paid Western Kentucky to come serve them a huge helping of "L". They were down by as much as 38-7 in the third quarter. "It was a heck of a story", Western Kentucky coach Tyson Helton said. "Thought he handled everything to perfection".

To open the season, Arkansas paid $550,000 to Portland State and won 31-24.

Boyd breaks off another long TD run, this one going for 86 yards. He and fellow freshman K.J. Jefferson combined to go just 9 of 25 for 87 yards with two interceptions in the game. The Razorbacks are 2-8 and have already lost to San Jose State this season.

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Thus, soon we can see the Spaniard fading away from the top spot in the pecking order and giving way to James. It's not a big shock to me. "Things are coming to me easy, but it's not always like that", he said .

"You can't control what other people say, and that's the least of my worries", Morris said a week ago.

Storey is 5-2 as the Hilltoppers starter and helped WKU become bowl eligible.

Chad Morris inherited a football program in need of a major rebuild when he arrived at Arkansas, but well into his second season as head coach, the Razorbacks have shown little progress on the field.

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