First-year University of Arkansas Coach Sam Pittman was asked whether he had to fight off the urge to jump into the middle of the offensive line group during his first practice as a major college head coach Monday.

Pittman had been some combination of offensive line coach, assistant head coach, or tackles and tight ends coach for 26 consecutive years before taking the reins of the Razorbacks in December.

“Well, if I didn’t have Brad Davis it’d probably be hard, but since I have him, I know what a fine coach he is, and it’s not so hard,” Pittman said. “It was fun, to be honest with you. I made it to every individual drill and wrote down some notes about what I’d like to change about different drills and things of that nature.”

View Source Article
Scroll to Top