FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas pitcher Jalen Beeks knew he would be the Razorbacks’ opening day starter for a week-and-a-half.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn has made a few adjustments in preparation for 2014.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Arkansas carried its newfound road confidence to Mizzou Arena on Thursday night, believing it was capable of grabbing another important win.
FAYETTEVILLE — Chris Hauser, who was Arkansas’ director of recruiting, is leaving the program.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas forward Michael Qualls could tell last season’s trip wasn’t just a normal road game when the Razorbacks stepped into Mizzou Arena.
FAYETTEVILLE — The overhaul of Arkansas’ defensive staff isn’t over.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas pitcher Trey Killian will not participate in the first six games of the season after an NCAA violation that dated back to high school.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas forward Bobby Portis promises the Razorbacks had fun in the locker room after their win at Vanderbilt last Saturday.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas was considered one of the Southeastern Conference’s top teams when preseason polls came out last winter.
PINE BLUFF — For those who didn’t know, the late Al McGuire made an interesting point about Arkansas basketball during a live telecast:
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema introduced new defensive coordinator Robb Smith on Monday morning.
FAYETTEVILLE — Former U.S. President Bill Clinton won’t have a jersey hanging in the rafters of Bud Walton Arena after all.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema first considered hiring Robb Smith when he became Wisconsin’s head coach in 2006.
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FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema’s search for a defensive coordinator finally ended Saturday afternoon.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas’ 2014 signing class didn’t finish among the top 25 in any of the major recruiting services.
FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas baseball clubhouse looks much different this year.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Mike Anderson’s goal is to get his team to wear down opponents in the second half.
FAYETTEVILLE — Former Arkansas guard Scotty Thurman saw Bobby Portis walking toward his office Thursday afternoon and stopped the freshman.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas has only retired one basketball jersey in the program’s history. But it appears that may change in the next few weeks.