The cynic in me wants to wave a red flag: We looked incredible on defense against Georgia...for a half. Their QB was rattled and confused. But then they brought in a different guy and changed the gameplan and ran over us. In our three wins, look who we had: 1. Mississippi State. We just did what everyone does to beat the air raid. Also Bo Pelini is a moron. 2. Auburn. We had pretty intimate knowledge of Chad's offense, and Gus has been doing the same thing for a decade so it's easy to prepare for that. 3. Ole Miss. Kendall and Lane coached together and basically traded notes, adding each other's plays to their own books. That helps prepping for route trees, etc. It's probably why, despite Ole Miss being the worst defense we've played so far (statistically), they looked better than they have all year and we had our worst offensive game since week one. All that is purely anecdotal and might not matter. It's still a bunch of midgets and scrubs being coached to play some of the best defense we've had here since the 90's. Still, if it did mean something it would be this: The way to beat Arkansas is to come up with a gameplan we haven't seen before, because if we have tape on you we're going to memorize it and know what you're going to do before you do it. It almost makes me nervous knowing that our next opponent has a bye week to prepare for us and come up with something new. On the other hand, it's Jimbo, so he's probably going to take a few days off, relax, etc, and just expect his same old offense that he's been running for ages past will be good enough. If that's the case, Barry Odom will have this team ready to eat them alive.