It’s only Tuesday, but I’m pretty sure this is going down as my favorite story of the week.

Arkansas defensive backs Ryan Pulley and Kamren Curl have been suspended and are not expected to play in the Razorbacks’ game at Missouri on Friday.

Pulley and Curl were identified as the Arkansas players who were socializing with members of Mississippi State’s dance team prior to the Razorbacks’ 52-6 loss to the Bulldogs in Starkville, Miss., last Saturday.

According to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Pulley and Curl were seen taking pictures with and talking to female members of the MSU squad prior to warmups.

“They will not be here today or yesterday or any part of this week for unacceptable behavior – actions that are completely unacceptable to anything we’re about,” Arkansas coach Chad Morris said Monday without specifically referencing the event at Mississippi State.

Classic.  Also, a handy excuse for the ass whipping Arky took from Mississippi State.

Asked about the incident following the game, Arkansas senior linebacker Dre Greenlaw said he was not aware of players talking with cheerleaders, but added, “That’s not something I would do. I surely wasn’t doing it.

“Some people have got different focuses. Obviously, you could see this game we weren’t in the right mindset.”

I’m sure suspending two starters in the secondary just in time to face Drew Lock will get your minds right, Dre.


Filed under Arkansas Is Kind Of A Big Deal, General Idiocy

6 responses to “Undefeated

  1. Uglydawg

    I suppose it depends on what the definition of “socializing” is.
    If all they were doing was chatting up some pretty girls, good grief!


    • Uglydawg

      Also..”Talking with cheerleaders? That’s not something I would do.”
      We may be getting a clue about what’s different at Arkansas.


  2. mwo

    Can’t remember where it is from but I always heard “pu_ _ y is undefeated”


  3. Bulldog Joe


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  4. Mayor

    I thought Chad Morris was a bad hire. Now I know it.


  5. The Dawg abides

    It’s a major distraction from game preparation. Totally different from players being expected to socialize and pose for photos with recruits or top boosters before warmups.