Arkansas Razorbacks podcast: Chad Morris is doing all the right things

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark . — Welcome to SEC Country’s  daily Arkansas Full Tilt Boogie podcast, the most-listened-to Razorbacks podcast in the country. In this episode, John Nabors discusses all that Chad Morris has done so far as football coach and why it’s exactly what Arkansas fans need.

The Full Tilt Boogie Podcast is named after the way Coach Morris described his up-tempo offense when first coming to Arkansas last week.

Here is a rundown of the topics discussed in the Full Tilt Boogie Podcast, marking the 318th episode of Nabors’ Razorbacks podcast:

Chad Morris continues to excite Arkansas fans

Nabors started the podcast by discussing all the things Morris has done in his first weekend as coach of Arkansas. First impressions are vital to exciting a fan base when it comes to a new head coach. So far, Morris has done and said all the right things to get the fans’ attention. He’s brought on key coaches from his SMU staff and seems to be keeping Barry Lunney Jr. at Arkansas. The first recruiting weekend proved to be a good one for Morris as well. If he can keep up this energy and success in the offseason, it truly will be “full tilt boogie” when next fall comes around.

Nonsense: New name, new sound, same nonsense

In the nonsensical part of the podcast, Nabors brings up the nonsensical story of why he changed the name of the podcast.

Have something you want discussed on the podcast? Let us know! Tweet any questions you have to  @YourNaborJohn. Leave a voicemail to get your voice heard by calling (682) 74-ROWDY (76939). Listen to this episode of the Full Tilt Boogie Podcast below. Listeners also can subscribe on iTunes at  this link and on Stitcher by  clicking here. We also can be followed  on SoundCloud, and you can find past episodes  right here.

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