TCU beat Arkansas at its own game Saturday. The Horned Frogs had more rushing yards (195) than Arkansas, and shutout the Hogs in the second half. The lack of progress does not sit well with Frank Ragnow.
"We’ve talked. I mean we’ve talked this offseason about how great of an offseason we have had. We’ve talked this fall camp about how great of a fall camp it was. We have to be done talking. We’ve got to put it into action, and I think it’s been mental. I think it is clear and I can talk about this, and I can say this again, but we’ve got talent. We’ve got the players, we have the right personnel, phenomenal coaching staff, but we can talk about that all we want. It is time to put it into action," the Senior Center said.
Ragnow and the Hogs have a bye week before taking on Texas A&M September 23rd in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium, 11 A.M. Kickoff on ESPN. Arkansas puts a 1-1 record on the line after falling 28-7 to TCU.
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