Things will not be official for another month. But the relief in Fayetteville is overwhelming already.
FAYETTEVILLE — No errors. Thirty hits. Twenty-five runs. Three runs allowed.
FAYETTEVILLE — Mike Anderson, Michael Qualls and Anthlon Bell aren’t terribly dissimilar from other coaches and players. They use the same phrases of deflection as all the rest.
FAYETTEVILLE — Turns out Dave Van Horn wasn’t making things up.
FAYETTEVILLE — North Dakota should feel plenty at home this weekend.
There are no remaining reasons to be afraid of leaving home.
FAYETTEVILLE — One particular line of questioning doesn’t come as often for Mike Anderson as it once did.
FAYETTEVILLE — Sidney Moncrief was proud.
FAYETTEVILLE — Former Arkansas guard Sidney Moncrief was honored at halftime of the Razorbacks 61-41 win over Mississippi State on Saturday as a banner bearing his No. 32 was unveiled from east rafters of Bud Walton Arena.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas running backs coach Joel Thomas is leaving the school to take the same position with New Orleans Saints, according to Sports Illustrated .
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas football coach Bret Bielema signed a two-year contract extension Saturday to keep him the Razorbacks football coach through 2020.
Arkansas Razorbacks 2015 Football Recruiting Class
FAYETTEVILLE — A couple years ago, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema could be called the Tutor of Tight Ends. He still could, actually.
FAYETTEVILLE – The Fastest 40 started as the Ugliest 20.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas will likely be missing its ace when the Diamond Hogs open the season Valentine’s Day weekend.
FAYETTEVILLE — Mike Anderson wasn’t particularly anxious in his pre-South Carolina press conference Monday. Eager and maybe a little short, but not anxious.
When the luck goes, it really goes.
FAYETTEVILLE — Bobby Portis was 18 when Arkansas last beat Florida on the Gators’ home court.
FAYETTEVILLE — Mike Anderson measures his words. They don’t sound planned most of the game as he’s an amiable guy, easy to talk to. But when he’s talking about Missouri, his former school, those words are certainly deliberate.
FAYETTEVILLE - Just more than six months after the Arkansas baseball season ended at the hands of national runner-up Virginia, coach Dave Van Horn and the Razorbacks were back on the Baum Stadium field preparing for a return trip to the NCAA Tournament.