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The Razorbacks close out their regular season at home with games against Mississippi State and Missouri.

Even with the assumption that an upset of either Alabama or Auburn is too tough of a task, it’s possible that Arkansas could finish with a five-game winning streak, which would mean an 8-4 record.

He only played 48 games and accumulated 9 points during his time in Chicago. So maybe it was worth losing a job to meet the love of her life. Her Twitter page lists her as a “Reporter/Anchor/Producer/Marketing/PR/Real Estate.” Jen Patterson also has a Facebook public page with the same Russian babushka hat profile pic, which lists her vocation as “REALTOR®, Entrepreneur, & Media Personality” Here’s an excerpt from her Facebook bio page: “Being the daughter of a Custom Home Builder & a Real Estate Agent, Residential Real Estate was a natural fit for Jen Patterson.

Following a successful media career in Chicago, it was time to take her knowledge, creativity, motivation, plentiful contacts and strong work ethic and put it to the test in the Arizona Real Estate Market.” She’s an Arizona real estate broker now.

A win against the Gamecocks would put the Hogs at 3-2 before tough back-to-back games against No. November has Arkansas going to Baton Rouge to face an LSU team that also is dealing with an impatient fan base after Saturday’s stunning home loss to Troy.

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The patience among college football fans to wait for a winning program to be built is getting thinner and thinner, especially in the SEC.

Since national championship-winning head coach Phillip Fulmer was ousted at Tennessee in 2008, fans have shown they are no longer happy with just a winning season. This insatiable appetite for titles also contributed to the departures of Mark Richt (2015) and Les Miles (2016), from Georgia and LSU respectively.

This season has already seen plenty of talk about the job security of Tennessee’s Butch Jones, Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin and Missouri’s Barry Odom.