FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas offense didn’t turn in the type of high-powered season it expected in 2012, struggling to keep up the prolific pace of the groups that came before them under former coach Bobby Petrino.
It won’t have any trouble producing draft picks the next two days, though.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas second baseman Jordan Farris didn’t have lofty expectations for his freshman season with the Razorbacks.
He wanted to help Arkansas win, of course, and was eager to do whatever was asked. But the California native said in no way did he expect to be a regular.