Razorbacks Football

Former Hog Cobbs granted no-prison sentence

FAYETTEVILLE - Former Arkansas running back Cedric Cobbs may have another opportunity to turn his life around.
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Zimmerman takes over as Hogs hoops color commentator

FAYETTEVILLE – The flip is complete. Matt Zimmerman will be the Arkansas basketball radio color commentator this upcoming season.
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Greenwood to Fayetteville - Noland heading to Hogs

FAYETTEVILLE - He has two years left of high school. He isn’t a lifelong Arkansasan. And he’s still unsure about which sport holds his long-term future.
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These are the 18 Hogs in Rio for the Olympics

FAYETTEVILLE - The Arkansas track and field program will see 18 of its athletes compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janiero next month.
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Hogs place four on All-SEC preseason teams

FAYETTEVILLE - Four Arkansas players were named among the three All-Southeastern Conference teams released Friday, just one day after the league’s Media Days finished in Hoover, Alabama.
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Freeze tries to give sell job at SEC Media Days

HOOVER, Alabama - Armed with Bible verses, the former girls high school basketball coach at Briarcrest Christian was ready to play choir boy.
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Muschamp contrasts with more than he compares to Spurrier at South Carolina

HOOVER, Alabama - Will Muschamp has taken over for Steve Spurrier as coach of the South Carolina football team. He tried Thursday to take over for Spurrier at SEC Media Days.
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Les Miles hits all the right notes in talking Baton Rouge tragedy

HOOVER, Alabama - Les Miles did what Les Miles does. He entertained. He charmed. He spouted nonsense.
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Arkansas picked fifth in SEC West; Alabama the projected champ

HOOVER, Alabama - Arkansas was picked to finish fifth in the SEC West this year it was announced Thursday after the conclusion of the 2016 Southeastern Conference Media Days.
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Arkansas QB Peavey has back surgery, will miss weeks

HOOVER, Alabama - Arkansas quarterback Rafe Peavey had back surgery on Wednesday, the school’s athletic department confirmed with a Thursday afternoon press release. Arkansas News Bureau had initially reported Peavey’s surgery Thursday morning.
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Source: Arkansas QB Peavey undergoes back surgery, will miss a month

HOOVER, Alabama - Arkansas quarterback Rafe Peavey had back surgery Wednesday and will miss about four weeks, a source told the Arkansas News Bureau.
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Former Hog Jonathan Williams arrested for DWI

FAYETTEVILLE - Former Arkansas running back Jonathan Williams was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated early Thursday morning in Fayetteville.
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Amid the chaos at Mizzou, Odom hopes to be a beacon

HOOVER, Alabama - Things could be worse at Missouri. Not much worse, of course, but it’s still conceivable something else could go wrong.
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Kentucky trying to get over hump in East

HOOVER, Alabama - This might be the make-or-break year for Mark Stoops at Kentucky.
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Bielema shines in his element at Media Days

HOOVER, Alabama - Save us Bret Bielema. You’re our only hope.
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Alabama still owns SEC Media Days

HOOVER, Alabama – A pair of Bear Bryant lookalikes in the lobby of the Wynfrey Hotel were the signal. It was Alabama’s turn at Southeastern Conference Media Days.
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A&M has talent, turbulence entering 2016

HOOVER, Alabama - Four seasons in College Station. Three straight starting quarterbacks transferred out. Two consecutive underachieving seasons. One last chance.
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Tennessee learning to be a favorite for first time in ages

HOOVER, Alabama - It’s been nine years since Tennessee football was where it finds itself entering the 2016 season.
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Mullen defends allowing purported woman-hitter onto team again

HOOVER, Alabama - Stop with the shoes, Dan.
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With two former Hogs on-staff, Georgia seeks to stay near top

HOOVER, Alabama - It has been 20 years since Georgia finished worse than third in the Southeastern Conference’s Eastern Division. And until a couple weeks ago, it didn’t appear that streak would be snapped this season.
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