FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - When No. 17 Arkansas opens its season against Tennessee Tech on Saturday night, it will do so with an offense that led the Southeastern Conference in scoring last season. It's an offense with a line much more confident in its ability and knowledge of the Razorbacks' system than it was two years ago in coach Bobby Petrino's first year.
Offensive tackle Ray Dominguez says the line is a lot more comfortable now, entering Petrino's third season with the team. The offense as a whole showed improvement last season as Arkansas finished 8-5, leading the SEC in average points scored and finishing third in total offense.