Former President Bill Clinton is busy trying to solve the world's problems and campaigning for current President Barack Obama, but that doesn't mean he's not watching his favorite university — Arkansas.
Clinton, the former Arkansas governor, has been watching the Razorbacks struggle this season and in his not-so-professional opinion, he thinks he knows what's wrong.
"It doesn't look like they have much of a line on either side of the ball," Clinton told Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
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"They've got a great quarterback and three receivers and nobody else is playing really well. They have two great, really good, running backs and they are not doing so great this year. So, it looks like — to me — like a line problem."
While I'm sure the state of Arkansas appreciates Clinton's assessment of the 1-3 Razorbacks, the problem -- I think most would agree -- is more than just line play. But it's a long season and -- bright side -- Arkansas can still go to a bowl. It won't be a bowl with the coveted "BCS" initials in front of it, but it might not be as terrible as it looks right now.
However, in order to do that, Arkansas needs to start with a road win this weekend against SEC newbie Texas A&M.
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