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by TD Staff ReporterSeptember 11, 2019
Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports
Arkansas head coach Chad Morris announced this week that Nick Starkel will be starting this Saturday against Colorado State, replacing Ben Hicks who has struggled early on this season. Per ESPN:
Starkel, a graduate transfer who previously played for Texas A&M, will replace Ben Hicks for Saturday's game against Colorado State.
After Hicks struggled Saturday against Mississippi, Starkel stepped in and went 17-for-24 for 201 yards and a touchdown.
"It wasn't so much what Ben did or didn't do. It's what Nick did," coach Chad Morris said Monday. "We were looking for a spark, something to get our offense moving, create some momentum, create some yards, give an opportunity for some big plays."
Filed Under: Arkansas Sports
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