Razorbacks Football

Five Things From Spring Practice - March 31

FAYETTEVILLE - The first true spring football practice was Tuesday. My first true blog on this beat, also Tuesday. Wild coincidence.
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Wernes Steals Plate, Show In Series Capper Against Rebels

FAYETTEVILLE – Bobby Wernes stole home plate and tied the game.
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Hoops Season Provides Highs, Questions

FAYETTEVILLE – The mood in the basement level of Bud Walton Arena was chipper Friday. An April visitation have been preferable for Mike Anderson, but considering the circumstances, the air was a lighter than it has been in three previous years in early spring.
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Ejections, Homers Highlight Nutty Night At Baum

FAYETTEVILLE – The 3,379 people who dropped by Baum Stadium on Friday were feisty.
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Arkansas Wins Wild One Against Ole Miss

FAYETTEVILLE – Dominic Taccolini and Zach Jackson alternated between extraordinary and erratic Thursday. It was an appropriate microcosm of the Arkansas baseball season to that point.
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Hogs Fall In Dance

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The faster you go, the quicker you run out of gas.
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Qualls, Razorbacks Ready For Carolina

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Michael Qualls grows weary of the questions. He’s the best quote on the Arkansas basketball team and its second best player. Lately, he’s even been first-best. It’s not that he’d rather his game to do the talking. He’d simply prefer avoiding the canned queries.
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UA Baseball: Diamond Hogs Knock Off No. 1 LSU

FAYETTEVILLE — The University of Arkansas baseball team came out swinging early Thursday evening, scoring five runs in the first four innings before picking up a 5-1 victory over No. 1 LSU in game one of a three-game series at Baum Stadium.
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Arkansas Survives Wofford In Dance

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The air of disappointment lingered. The Southeastern Conference Player of the Year struggled. The game dragged. An upset brewed. Wofford had instilled its will against Arkansas.
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Arkansas Survives, Advances In NCAA Tournament

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The air of disappointment lingered. The Southeastern Conference Player of the Year struggled. The game dragged. An upset brewed. Wofford had instilled its will against Arkansas.
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Basketball: Razorbacks In First NCAAs In Seven Years

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Where’s Wofford?
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Williams’ Return Means High Hopes

FAYETTEVILLE - Last spring it was Trey Flowers. This spring it will likely be Jonathan Williams.
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Portis Garners More Honors

Arkansas sophomore forward Bobby Portis was named Associated Press Southeastern Conference Player of the Year on Monday, the second time he’s earned conference Player of the Year honors this season.
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NCAA Tournament: Hogs Receive No. 5 Seed, To Face Wofford

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — When Bobby Portis committed to Arkansas during his senior year at Little Rock Hall he made a list of goals in his phone.
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Kentucky Rolls Arkansas In SEC Final

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The best Arkansas could muster wasn’t good enough.
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Just Like Old Times: Arkansas To Face Kentucky In SEC Title Game

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The 90s called. It wants its rivalry back.
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Just Like Old Times: Arkansas To Face Kentucky In SEC Title Game

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The 90s called. It wants its rivalry back.
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Struggling Diamond Hogs To Be Tested At Vandy

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Dave Van Horn isn’t thrilled.
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Portis Named SEC Player Of The Year

FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas forward Bobby Portis was named Southeastern Conference Player of the Year on Tuesday.
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Bad Day At Baum: Diamond Hogs Fall to LMU, 9-0

FAYETTEVILLE – A clunker every now and then isn’t going to hurt too much. As long as they come every 15 years, anyway.
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