Sam Pittman on Arkansas's 2021 potential: 'I think we could have a special team'
The Arkansas Razorbacks had a solid spring, according to coach Sam Pittman. After spring practices were canceled due to COVID-19 last year, this is Pittman’s first spring with the program.
He recently said he doesn’t think the Hogs had a bad practice this spring. He continued to be high on his team during an appearance on “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Monday.
During the appearance, Pittman stopped short of saying the Hogs would go undefeated, but did say he thinks this year’s team could be special:
"I think we could have a special team. I'm not saying we'll go 12-0 but we should be able to compete in every single game on our schedule."
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) April 19, 2021
Texas, Texas A&M, Georgia, Ole Miss, LSU, Alabama and Mizzou won’t be easy opponents for the Hogs. The SEC West is always brutal.
But, if Pittman is to be believed, the Razorbacks could be involved in some great games this fall.