FAYETTEVILLE – If Saturday’s Red-White spring football game was supposed to inspire excitement, it probably wasn’t a wild success.
FAYETTEVILLE – If it feels like a ho-hum Saturday for a spring game, it’s because it is.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas trailed twice, including in the eighth inning, before coming back to beat Mississippi State, 7-6, in the teams’ series opener Friday night at Baum Stadium.
FAYETTEVILLE – After his first year on the job the Arkansas women’s basketball team reached the NCAA Tournament, coach Jimmy Dykes agreed Thursday to an extension to keep him in the fold until March 2020.
FAYETTEVILLE – Finally. It took a couple months longer than anticipated, but Arkansas baseball is back where it thinks it belongs. At least, back to where it traditionally belongs, anyway.
FAYETTEVILLE – An already thin position was trimmed Tuesday as the last week of spring practice began for Arkansas.
Maybe Arkansas just needs more rain.
FAYETTEVILLE – Freshman linebacker Randy Ramsey has been removed from football duties for the rest of the spring, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said Saturday.
Weather and Texas A&M frustrated another day for the Arkansas baseball team.
FAYETTEVILLE – With his special talent and special treatment, Jonathan Williams gets ribbed especially harsh.
FAYETTEVILLE – There are two different ways to look at the Arkansas baseball season in the Southeastern Conference.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas used a big inning and good-enough pitching to dispatch Stephen F. Austin on an overcast afternoon at Baum Stadium on Wednesday, 15-3.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas junior guard Michael Qualls announced Wednesday afternoon he would forgo his final year of college and enter the NBA Draft.
FAYETTEVILLE – James Teague had his best outing as a Razorbacks pitcher and the offense dinked and dunked its way around the bases as Arkansas beat Stephen F. Austin on Tuesday night at Baum Stadium, 8-2.
FAYETTEVILLE – For all the new goings on taking place with the ball in first-year offensive coordinator Dan Enos’ new system, the defense looks downright set in stone.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas sophomore forward Bobby Portis announced Tuesday he would declare for this year’s NBA Draft.
FAYETTEVILLE – Manny Watkins made it official: he’ll return next year to the Arkansas basketball.