FAYETTEVILLE – Finally. It took a couple months longer than anticipated, but Arkansas baseball is back where it thinks it belongs. At least, back to where it traditionally belongs, anyway.
FAYETTEVILLE – An already thin position was trimmed Tuesday as the last week of spring practice began for Arkansas.
Maybe Arkansas just needs more rain.
FAYETTEVILLE – Freshman linebacker Randy Ramsey has been removed from football duties for the rest of the spring, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said Saturday.
Weather and Texas A&M frustrated another day for the Arkansas baseball team.
FAYETTEVILLE – With his special talent and special treatment, Jonathan Williams gets ribbed especially harsh.
FAYETTEVILLE – There are two different ways to look at the Arkansas baseball season in the Southeastern Conference.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas used a big inning and good-enough pitching to dispatch Stephen F. Austin on an overcast afternoon at Baum Stadium on Wednesday, 15-3.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas junior guard Michael Qualls announced Wednesday afternoon he would forgo his final year of college and enter the NBA Draft.
FAYETTEVILLE – James Teague had his best outing as a Razorbacks pitcher and the offense dinked and dunked its way around the bases as Arkansas beat Stephen F. Austin on Tuesday night at Baum Stadium, 8-2.
FAYETTEVILLE – For all the new goings on taking place with the ball in first-year offensive coordinator Dan Enos’ new system, the defense looks downright set in stone.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas sophomore forward Bobby Portis announced Tuesday he would declare for this year’s NBA Draft.
FAYETTEVILLE – Manny Watkins made it official: he’ll return next year to the Arkansas basketball.
FAYETTEVILLE – When Keaton McKinney was a senior in high school he told major league baseball teams not to draft him. He was going to Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE – The extended look at Arkansas spring football in full speed led to more confirmation of what Bret Bielema had previously thought.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas baseball’s hot streak crashed and burned in a 16-4 loss to Kentucky on Saturday night at Baum Stadium.
FAYETTEVILLE – Trey Killian might not have been counting the days since his last win, but he knew it had been a while. Everyone around the Arkansas baseball team knew.
FAYETTEVILLE – Things sure can change in a week. For now, that’s a good thing.
FAYETTEVILLE – Spend enough time around a locker room or in a media area and you’ll notice the days you don’t hear the phrase.
FAYETTEVILLE – Nevermind the margin of victory Arkansas baseball had Wednesday against Mississippi Valley State. The visitors clearly were over-matched and everyone knew it.