Razorbacks Football

Two more players with Arkansas ties off the board at MLB Draft, both pitchers

FAYETTEVILLE - Dominic Taccolini was the first Arkansas player to go Saturday. The would-be senior pitcher was selected in the 16th round of the MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Toronto Blue Jays.
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Lawson wins three NCAA titles, the best since Jesse Owens

One just ain’t enough, Jack. Better make it three.
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One Hog, two commits taken at MLB Draft so far

FAYETTEVILLE - Zach Jackson is going to Canada.
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Hogs get three titles in first two days of track & field NCAAs

Jarrion Lawson. Lexi Weeks. Dominique Scott-Efurd.
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Basketball: Men’s attendance high, women’s team hires new assistant

FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas women’s basketball coach Jimmy Dykes announced Chenel Harris as the newest assistant coach for the Razorbacks on Wednesday.
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Hogs get kickoff times, network for La. Tech, Texas State and TCU

FAYETTEVILLE - The ramp into the 2016 football season is official.
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King: Who is on the SEC hotseat?

LITTLE ROCK — On an imagined form concerning job security, six of the football coaches in the SEC can check one box or another worth one year of immunity from preseason heat.
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Van Horn, Jorn talk end of season, who is coming and going

FAYETTEVILLE - Dave Jorn said his final Arkansas baseball goodbyes Wednesday, part of his last press conference as Diamond Hogs pitching coach.
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Who may replace Jorn for Diamond Hogs?

FAYETTEVILLE - Monday’s retirement announcement for Arkansas pitching coach Dave Jorn leaves a large hole on the Razorbacks baseball coaching staff.
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King: Neutral-site marquee games are now the norm

LITTLE ROCK — Whether or not Arkansas plays Oklahoma in Houston in 2020, the conversation between the two schools reflects the trend to schedule one-time marquee games at neutral sites, an approach that makes sense on several fronts.
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Arkansas to play Oklahoma State in basketball next year, report states

FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas will travel to Oklahoma State as part of the Big 12/SEC challenge in basketball next season, according to a report.
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Jorn to retire as Arkansas pitching coach

FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas pitching coach Dave Jorn announced his retirement Monday, just two days after the Diamond Hogs concluded their worst season in the last 15 years.
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Mississippi State ends Diamond Hogs with 13th straight loss

The pitching was mediocre. Hitting, too. Defense sorry.
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Arkansas has no chance at SEC Tourney after loss to Mississippi State

Tennessee had placed Arkansas behind the proverbial eight-ball earlier Friday. The Volunteers beating of Georgia meant Arkansas had to beat Mississippi State in each its final two games, Friday and Saturday, to make the Southeastern Conference Tournament. And that was at the very least.
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Arkansas loses 11th straight, this one to Mississippi State

FAYETTEVILLE - Dave Van Horn said he was not going to watch his Arkansas baseball team play Thursday night on his phone as he attended his daughter’s high school graduation.
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Like a snowball in the south, Diamond Hogs have long odds to end season

FAYETTEVILLE - Formulas don’t get much simpler. Sure, there are ways to convolute it. But Arkansas’ path to the Southeastern Conference has a direct route.
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Ten in a row - Diamond Hogs losing-streak reaches double-digits

FAYETTEVILLE - They weren’t the usual pitchers, not the ones Arkansas is likely to use this weekend against Mississippi State, but those who threw for Arkansas on Tuesday against Missouri State left little hope for the weekend. And the bats were no batter.
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SEC gets expanded replay, Hogs interested in OU

FAYETTEVILLE - The Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday morning a new instant-replay process for its college football season in 2016.
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Diamond Hogs close Baum Stadium with Missouri State on Tuesday

FAYETTEVILLE – The real consequences of the Arkansas baseball team’s final nonconference game Tuesday night are almost non-existent. A much subtler goal could be reached, though, and if it is, it could provide a means to a more satisfying end.
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Hogs swept against Bama, need sweep against MSU in finale to make SECs

Instead of immediately disappointing, the Arkansas baseball team instead waited until the end to fall apart.
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