Well, let the second-guessing of Bobby Petrino commence in earnest.
In the fourth quarter of Arkansas’ blowout win over Vanderbilt, wide receiver Greg Childs went down with an injury after being tackled on his fifth reception of the day. And, as it unfortunately turns out, he went down with a very, very significant injury.
Petrino announced Monday afternoon that Childs suffered a patellar tendon injury and will be lost for the remainder of the season. Childs, who leads the Razorbacks in every major receiving category, is tentatively scheduled to undergo surgery Friday, and rehab is expected to take 4-6 months.
That won’t change the question of whether every starter should’ve been in a 21-point game to begin with, especially one who was nicked coming in.