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Arkansas QB concerned after 1st quarter shut out

Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett looks for a receiver during the first quarter of an NCAA football game against Tennessee Tech in Fayetteville, Ark. on Saturday.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — If this was Ryan Mallett’s idea of a so-so performance, then No. 17 Arkansas has high expectations indeed.
Mallett completed 21 of 24 passes Saturday night, leading the Razorbacks over Tennessee Tech 44-3. He threw for 301 yards and three touchdowns, but the Hogs were shut out in the first quarter, which was apparently enough to give their quarterback some concerns.
“We didn’t execute to our standards,” Mallett said. “We really got it going coming into the second half. We’ve got to come out of the gates faster.”
Arkansas might not have been perfect ...

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