FAYETTEVILLE — Fort Smith Northside defensive end Daytrieon Dean signed a financial aid agreement with the Razorbacks on Tuesday.
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WHITE HALL — With the 2014 Arkansas High School football season slated to kick off next week, teams from around the state are gearing up for the season with some scheduled scrimmages.
The biggest weakness for Watson Chapel this season is its inexperience at the quarterback position. Despite having two seniors — Roger Totten and Jaylen Jackson — ready to take over, they both lack the experience necessary due to playing behind Kris McCullough and DeVonte Battles for the last two seasons.
It probably didn’t take long Tuesday night for Dollarway fans to feel a lot better about life without Joshua Liddell and Kabion Ento.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn hasn’t provided many details regarding his quarterback plan for Saturday’s opener against Arkansas the past few weeks. His game week press conference didn’t really clear up any questions, either.
FAYETTEVILLE — Evan Hollister and his son, Jared, plan to get in front of the television in Laramie, Wyoming, as soon as they can Saturday.
WEST MEMPHIS — To all but Bobby Bolding it looked like the Pine Bluff Zebras checked off all the boxes in their preseason scrimmage here Monday night.
The question was inevitable: How does going into Saturday’s season opener at Texas State compared to last year’s preparation for the Arkansas State game for coach Monte Coleman and the Arkansas-Pine Bluff football team?
UAPB coach Monte Coleman announced Tuesday that defensive lineman Troy Goss has left the team because of “issues with summer school classes,” but added there is a possibility he will return this season.