FAYETTEVILLE – A week after facing one of the SEC’s biggest running backs in Tennessee’s Jalen Hurd, Arkansas will now face its biggest, best one.
FAYETTEVILLE – The Purple Dogs versus the Red Dogs. One of the oldest rivalries in Arkansas High School football. That’s what Dre Greenlaw was preparing for at this time last year.
FAYETTEVILLE – Alex Collins is on pace for 271 carries, 1,574 yards and 14 or 15 touchdowns.
FAYETTEVILLE – For the first time in almost 11 months Arkansas coach Bret Bielema was able to address the media during his typical Monday availability coming off a win.
FAYETTEVILLE – The odd juxtaposition between location and expectation Monday at the Arkansas Basketball Performance Facility was evident.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – A 24-20 Arkansas win over Tennessee on Saturday was remarkable for its number of “first-evers.”
LITTLE ROCK — Still paying homage to homefield advantage? Be my guest.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Arkansas suffered another injury in Saturday’s game against Tennessee.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The only fourth-quarter play Brandon Allen had to make was a slide. He didn’t have to win the game for Arkansas. No final-second dramatics were necessary. His dreadlocked teammate made sure of it
FAYETTEVILLE – During July’s Southeastern Conference Media Days general consensus was Arkansas-at-Tennessee was one of the five most intriguing games of the SEC schedule. The promising Volunteers were hot pick to finish near the top of the East. Arkansas were the same in the West.
LITTLE ROCK — Duplicating the diversity and balance the Arkansas offense exhibited against Texas A&M would give the Razorbacks an opportunity to record a break-through victory in Knoxville on Saturday.
FAYETTEVILLE – If he takes a step back, Brandon Allen believes the changes will come.
FAYETTEVILLE – Drew Morgan is getting used to being in the basement of the Fred W. Smith Football Center. Morgan is seeing a lot more of the Arkansas media room, more microphones in his face and lights in his eyes lately.
FAYETTEVILLE – There is no chance Arkansas football will become sidetracked.
FAYETTEVILLE – Murphy’s Law continues to apply to the Arkansas football team.
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - Here are the top five players from Saturday’s Texas A&M-Arkansas game.
ARLINGTON, Texas – A pair of Arkansas players sported a new look Saturday against Texas A&M
ARLINGTON, Texas – Brandon Allen had the opportunity to change his legacy. He had the opportunity to salvage the Arkansas football season. Then he had it again.
FAYETTEVILLE – The final of three straight Arkansas home games takes place later today before the Razorbacks play two straight road games. Between the five, Arkansas will have played at five different venues in five different cities.
FAYETTEVILLE – The math on Alex Collins’ production works. The results do not.