The Kelly Bryant Sweepstakes Is Heating Up

The pursuit of former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant is officially in full swing.

The hottest graduate transfer on the block could be seen rocking a sweet Arkansas lid—Nike’s Heritage 86 model, which is the greatest of all dad caps, in case you were wondering—and calling the Hogs in Fayetteville, Ark., on Saturday, as Arkansas blanked Tulsa, 23-0.

As we mentioned last month, shortly after Bryant dared to smite Dabo Swinney and the Tigers, he’d be an outstanding fit in the Chad Morris-Joe Craddock offense and lord knows the Razorbacks could use a signal caller.

Needless to say, this right here …

… will be keeping some folks in the Natural State up at night—as will the fact that Bryant is set to immediately visit their pseudo-rival up the road this week.

Bryant will have no shortage of support from the Mizzou faithful, who, you’d have to assume, will put a few more bodies in the seats for a game against No. 11 Kentucky than a then-one-win Arkansas could muster against mighty Tulsa.

So, there’s that. 

At this point, it’s time to begin breaking down all of Bryant’s behavior via Twitter, so that should be fun.

Bryant did not wear any North Carolina apparel on his trip to Chapel Hill, nor did he call the Tar Heels, so you have to figure Arkansas is the leader in the clubhouse. That could change if he goes with a Missouri hoodie this weekend.

Only time will tell.

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