FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas offensive coordinator Jim Chaney is proud of the progress his group has made as it races toward the end of the 2014 season.
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LITTLE ROCK — Handicapping the postseason games, the Peach, Orange, Outback, Cotton and Alamo bowls receive special attention because the mad genius behind a season-long college football pool added a twist to the final, extended go-round of frustration.
BRYANT — The Watson Chapel Lady Wildcats knew coming into the game that the 7A Bryant Lady Hornets would be a tough test early in the season.
BRYANT — The Watson Chapel Wildcats starters combined to score zero points in the first half against the Bryant Hornets on Tuesday night, but in fairness some of the players were in an unfamiliar position.
NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Less than two weeks after leading Pine Bluff to its first state championship since 1995, Bobby Bolding was announced as the 7A/6A Coach of the Year at the Farm Bureau Awards on Monday night.
Tonight marks the beginning of a busy week for the Arkansas-Pine Bluff men’s basketball team with four games on tap.
THIBODAUX, La. – Despite its recent struggles, Arkansas-Monticello does have a marquee victory under its belt, knocking off then-ranked Delta State of Mississippi.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Arkansas-Pine Bluff committed 34 turnovers while scoring just 27 points in a resounding defeat against Alabama on the road Tuesday.
FAYETTEVILLE — Texas coach Charlie Strong has had nearly three weeks to move on, but admitted he isn’t quite over the disappointment just yet.
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