Well, that should take some of the starch out of their shirt. The SEC and college football season hasn't even officially started and the University of Arkansas is already without one of their best players.
Star running back Knile Davis went down with an injury at Thursday's practice and had to be carted from the field.
And the University, at least Thursday night refused to discuss what happened. In fact, their media relations people, according to Arkansas Online, cut off any questions about it.
Read more from them RIGHT HERE
Now comes word, finally, from the school, that Davis is done for the season. He apparently damaged his ankle seriously enough, that he'll undergo surgery.
**Update**--Your official update from the school their ownselves RIGHT HERE
This hurts the Razorbacks, a lot. They were expected to be one of the better teams in the SEC and in the country. They still may be, but losing your best running back, who ran for nearly 1,500 yards and 14 TD's hurts. Hurts a lot.
Here's a TV story from Thursday night, before the Arkansas statement from Fox16 in Little Rock: