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Chaney feels play-callers remorse

Jim Chaney said he stuck with what was working, instead of going with a new script in the second half at Auburn. The Hogs didn't score in the last two periods after scoring three times in the first half.

Jim Chaney had remorse Sunday, but it had nothing to do with a stuck elevator at halftime in the 45-21 loss to Auburn. He wished he had gone with a new second-half script instead of going with what worked in the first half when the Razorbacks played the defending SEC champs to a draw. "What we had in the first half was working," Chaney said Sunday night when he met with the media. "Do you do new... Recommended Stories