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Tyler Wilson becomes Arkansas’ all-time career passing leader

Tyler Wilson, Josh Boyd AP

2012 has been beyond disappointing for the Arkansas Razorbacks, but quarterback Tyler Wilson has cemented himself as one of the all-time great quarterbacks to come through the program.

Wilson surpassed Ryan Mallett to become UA’s all-time leader in career passing yards today with 7,495. He also became the Razorback in school history to eclipse 3,000 yards of total offense in multiple seasons.

Wilson has 89 yards passing so far in today’s game against the Tigers and the Razorbacks only trail 3-0 in the second quarter.

Congratulations to Wilson, who has been a bright spot in an otherwise tough year for Arkansas. At 4-7, UA will not be going to a bowl game.

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5 Responses to “Tyler Wilson becomes Arkansas’ all-time career passing leader”
  1. southernpatriots says: Nov 23, 2012 4:20 PM

    Congratulations to Tyler Wilson! It is good to see Archie Manning on the broadcast today. He is catching up with us, with his hair color….ha. A class man and classy and talented family! Tyler is truly one of the best QBs I have seen and I wish him well.

    Posting at half time where LSU leads 10-0.

    Keep up the great work LSU!

  2. seanmmartin says: Nov 23, 2012 5:21 PM

  3. tigersgeaux says: Nov 23, 2012 6:27 PM

    Jarvis Landry’s one hand spear of a catch at the goal post of a Zach Mettenberger pass is one for highlight reels.

    Tyler and team never quit in this game. They played to the very last second. LSU’s defense kept them from tying or going ahead.

    I am glad I have a sound heart, this game brought quite a few anxious moments.

    Southernpatriots is correct, Tyler Wilson is a great QB and team leader.

  4. imaduffer says: Nov 23, 2012 6:43 PM

    Looked like the LSU players almost ate to much turkey yesterday.

  5. alligatorsnapper says: Nov 23, 2012 7:45 PM

    I think I ate enough for them and for me both.

    The LSU defense once again came through for the win, though the catch by Landry was one for the reels, as tigersgeaux posted. I liked Beckham’s catch for a first down and to run the clock down. Of course Mettenberger throw them well and they caught them well. The LSU defense bent and bent but kept the Razorbacks from scoring as often as they would have, and should have.

    We keep that ugly boot!

    Gotta do some tailgatin’ when the Razorbacks come to Baton Rouge next year!

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