Razorbacks Football

Two-Out Hits Lead Arkansas To Seventh Straight Win

FAYETTEVILLE — South Alabama pitcher Matt Bell looked like he was going to get out of the first-inning jam Friday, retiring the heart of Arkansas’ order – second baseman Brian Anderson and outfielder Tyler Spoon - with two runners on base.
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Anderson Confident He’ll Succeed At Second

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas junior Brian Anderson hasn’t been perfect at his new position through the first two weeks of the season.
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Arkansas Tops Kentucky in Overtime … Again

FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas was nothing more than road kill when it stepped outside of Bud Walton Arena for much of its first three seasons under coach Mike Anderson.
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Qualls Ready For Kentucky Rematch

FAYETTEVILLE — Michael Qualls realizes he may be the most hated player in Kentucky when Arkansas plays in Rupp Arena tonight.
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Killian Steps Into Starting Rotation

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas pitcher Trey Killian will make his season debut when the Razorbacks wrap up their weekend series against South Alabama on Sunday.
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Arkansas Confident it Can Win ‘Anywhere’

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas has won two road games this season, equaling its total from the previous two years under coach Mike Anderson.
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Arkansas Fighting For Fourth After Winning Five of Six

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Mike Anderson’s team was in big trouble after its 88-74 loss at LSU at the beginning of the month.
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Bell’s Career High Leads Arkansas to Road Win

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Arkansas guard Anthlon Bell’s shot wasn’t falling.
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Swanson Wraps Combine Week; Jennings To Earn $320K

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Former Arkansas center Travis Swanson was asked if he was the best player at his position in the 2014 NFL Draft last week.
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Arkansas Wins Fifth Straight With Big Eighth

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas’ only extra-base hits provided all of the fireworks for the Razorbacks in the eighth inning on Saturday afternoon.
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Arkansas Eager to End Starkville Slide

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas believes its fortunes on the road have changed after turning in a pair of solid performances at Vanderbilt and Missouri.
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Bielema: Remarks Were ‘Unintentionally Hurtful’

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema issued a statement Friday night acknowledging his comments in Searcy regarding a recently deceased California football player were “unintentionally hurtful.”
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Bielema Optimistic Pace of Play Rule Will Pass

SEARCY — Arkansas football coach Bret Bielema said Thursday he is optimistic the NCAA playing rules oversight panel will approve a new rule to slow down up-tempo offenses.
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Bielema Adds TCU Assistant to Defensive Staff

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said during his national signing day press conference the Razorbacks intend to bolster its recruiting efforts in Texas.
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No Hits, But Benintendi Successful in Leadoff Role

FAYETTEVILLE — It didn’t take Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn and the Razorbacks long to throw a few playful jabs at freshman Andrew Benintendi.
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Thomas Limited, But Eager For NFL Scouting Combine

FAYETTEVILLE — Former Arkansas defensive tackle Robert Thomas didn’t get to finish out his senior season after suffering a broken leg last October.
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Arkansas Survives South Carolina Scare

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Mike Anderson believed his team was in for a rugged night in a must-win game against South Carolina.
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Clarke’s Goal: Avoid Early Foul Trouble

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas forward Coty Clarke can’t help himself.
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Arkansas Expects Physical Test From Gamecocks

FAYETTEVILLE — South Carolina has struggled under coach Frank Martin for most of the season, entering the week tied with Mississippi State for last in the 14-team Southeastern Conference with a 3-9 record.
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Shannon’s Salary Increased to $400K

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas senior associate head coach Randy Shannon has received a pay raise to $400,000 annually, according to a letter of agreement obtained through a Freedom of Information request Monday.
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