1. QB Conversation: Arkansas coaches and players believe quarterback Brandon Allen made impressive strides in the summer to prepare for the 2014 season.
FAYETTEVILLE — Offensive lineman Brey Cook was part of the Arkansas contingent that made the rounds at SEC Media Days last month.
FAYETTEVILLE — Familiarity has been the key phrase of Arkansas’ offseason.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas will begin preparation for the 2014 season when preseason practices begin Monday afternoon.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema had a stern message last month for anyone grumbling about Brandon Allen’s ability to lead the Razorbacks.
FAYETTEVILLE — Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall and cornerback Jonathan Mincy will not start the season opener against Arkansas on Aug. 30.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas baseball coach Dave Van Horn has had plenty of signing classes damaged by pro baseball during his tenure with the Razorbacks.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas pitcher Trey Killian’s stint with the USA Baseball Collegiate National team was shortened because of arm soreness.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas’ 2014 football schedule has been rated as one of the toughest in the nation.
FAYETTEVILLE — Scotty Thurman will take on a new job duty at Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Mike Anderson has spent part of the offseason taking a look back at game film from the 2013-14 season.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas forward Bobby Portis didn’t accomplish everything he wanted during the LeBron James Skills Academy earlier this month.
FT. SMITH — Former Southside baseball standout Mark Clark signed a professional baseball contract Sunday.
BELLA VISTA — Arkansas wrapped up spring practice last April describing its running back depth chart as 1A, 1B and 1C.
BELLA VISTA — Rotnei Clarke didn’t finish his college career with the Arkansas basketball program, transferring to Butler after his junior season.
BELLA VISTA — Arkansas defensive coordinator Robb Smith spent his two-week hiatus traveling across the Midwest in what he called a “Griswold summer vacation.”
BELLA VISTA — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema isn’t shy about sharing his feelings.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas was among the Southeastern Conference’s worst defenses last season, struggling to keep opponents from piling up yards and stepping into the end zone in its first year under Bret Bielema.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema made it clear last week the Razorbacks would not stray from their core beliefs as they move on from 2013.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas named its outdoor track after legendary coach John McDonnell, who led the program to 40 national titles during his career.