Arkansas football: 5 reasons why the Razorbacks will improve in 2020

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Fans of the Arkansas Razorbacks (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

Here’s 5 reasons why the Razorbacks will improve in 2020.

Chad Morris began his opening statement to Arkansas football saying, “I promise you, the more you get to know me- I won’t let you down, my staff won’t let you down.”

Sadly, Morris did let the Arkansas community down. After the fanbase endured two of the worst seasons in the program’s history, it’s easy to see why the wind has been taken out of the the Razorback’s sails.

There’s a lot that goes into firing your coach, and likewise, starting over with a brand new one.

Hogs know this all too well after missing on the likes of John Smith, Brett Bielema and most recently, Chad Morris.

But it needed to happen, and better days will come out of it.

Now, it’s time for Sam Pittman to resuscitate the Arkansas football team and prove that the team will no longer be a pushover in the Western division.

There’s no doubt that Pittman has a lot of catching up to do. After Morris’ tenure, the Razorbacks happened to fall behind in more ways than one. It seems that recruiting, talent and excitement are at an all-time low in Fayetteville- and for good reason.

However, there’s a lot to look forward to in 2020. It’s almost certain that the Razorbacks will show advancement in year-one under the former Georgia offensive-line coach.

After all, following back-to-back 2-10 seasons, there’s only one way to go, and that’s up!

Today, I’ll give you 5 reasons why Arkansas football will show improvement in 2020.

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