Published October 22, 2011 - 5:49pm
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Arkansas’ passing offense struggled to get anything going in the first half against Ole Miss, but early in the second half, the passing game opened up because of Dennis Johnson’s ability to run the football on the Ole Miss defense.
Most notably, Joe Adams stepped up in the second half. Adams caught four passes for 124 yards. He is absolutely dynamic every time he touches the football, whether in the passing game or running game.
Arkansas needs to feed the ball to Adams throughout the second half of the year.