Former Razorback Ty Storey leads Western Kentucky over Arkansas

Twitter reacts to Arkansas blowout loss to Western Kentucky	
				Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

Twitter reacts to Arkansas blowout loss to Western Kentucky Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

The Razorbacks, which finished 2-2 in games outside the SEC after Saturday's 45-19 home drubbing at the hands of Western Kentucky, doled out $1.5 million to the Hilltoppers, according to the agreement the two programs signed a year ago.

It certainly worked out for Storey and the Hilltoppers as they put up 35 first half points and their first punt did not come until the third quarter. "He (Storey) was locked in from the get-go. Thought he handled everything to perfection". He scampers in from two yards away.

Boyd breaks off another long TD run, this one going for 86 yards.

"I think when you look at the outcome today it is very disappointing for all of us", Morris said.

Western Kentucky: The Hilltoppers are bowl eligible with two games remaining. Western Kentucky has only suffered a regular-season losing record once, last year, since 2010.

Chad Morris inherited a football program in need of a major rebuild when he arrived at Arkansas, but well into his second season as head coach, the Razorbacks have shown little progress on the field.

Western Kentucky: Storey and the Hilltoppers travel to Southern Miss in two weeks after a bye where a win would nearly certainly provide for a postseason berth.