UA seniors leave mark despite recent letdowns

Posted: November 21, 2012 at 12:30 a.m.

Former Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the fourth round Saturday.

Arkansas’ seniors probably didn’t stop to consider during fall camp whether they would extend their bowl streak to four years.

John L. Smith - 2012 Senior Class

Arkansas football coach John L. Smith talks about the Razorbacks' senior class, which will play its final game Friday vs. LSU. (By Matt Jones)
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Tyler Wilson led the Razorbacks to a Cotton Bowl win over Kansas State in January - their 21st in five years - but the team h... (By: Michael Woods)

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