Who would have thought an SEC
opponent would have said this about the Wildcats: "They were very physical,"
Both McFadden and Felix Jones
rushed for more than 100 yards and Jones returned a kickoff 82 yards for a
touchdown but the Wildcats scored the game's last 21 points. With Florida Atlantic coming to
"This team doesn't buckle, even when things don't look good," coach Rich Brooks said. "We don't fold. We just get more focused."
Meanwhile, the Razorbacks seem to
have lost some of their sense of direction on Saturday. They appeared to be well
on their way to a halftime lead of at least 23-7 with McFadden in the locker
room for heat exhaustion and Jones taking a breather when third-string tailback
Michael Smith fumbled and
"When you've got them by the throat
in the second quarter, you've got to finish,"
After two consecutive
fourth-quarter SEC losses to
Richard is a Birmingham-based sports writer, author and featured columnist in Tiger Rag. Reach him at email@example.com.