Trying to stop Allen? Might want to call the law. Derick E. Hingle USA TODAY Sports
Perhaps venting a small portion of their frustration after quarterback Brandon Allen and his Arkansas teammates gave the Ole Miss faithful a tough home loss Nov. 7, the Oxford police department jumped at the opportunity to troll the Baton Rouge police Saturday night:
Removing Allen from the game appears to be the only solution to stopping the Razorback offense, as the quarterback has led his team to four consecutive wins and may be the best team in the SEC not named Alabama.
Over the last two games, Allen has completed 42 of 61 passes for 583 yards and seven touchdowns with only one interception.
Fortunately for Arkansas, its last two games are in Fayetteville were the law is always on its side.
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