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Topic - Jerrod Johnson
After an emotional loss to top-ranked Alabama followed by a bye week, Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino was curious to see how his team would react.
Jerrod Johnson is always looking for ways to become a better football player and sometimes that happens in unusual places.
"I like our chances," he said. "Arkansas is a good team, but I think we're a good offense as well. We're not going in there to kind of see where we're at, we're going in there to win the game. We feel we can win the game. We have a lot of respect for them, but at the same time we feel if we play well we can beat anybody."
Johnson said the Aggies aren't intimidated by Arkansas and they're goal isn't simply to show they've improved since last year's lopsided loss.