MONTICELLO — For the first time in his three years at Arkansas-Monticello, senior defensive back Mike Early has seen a comraderie amongst his team that has never been there before.
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FAYETTEVILLE — Greg Schiano was stunned when Arkansas defensive coordinator Robb Smith showed him the numbers earlier this month.
LITTLE ROCK — A former middleweight boxing champion charged with shooting his cousin was released from the Pulaski County jail late Wednesday morning on a $25,000 bond.
LITTLE ROCK — Auburn by 35-17 or 28-24 comes with unsolicited advice — don’t read too much into the margin.
Daytrieon Dean wanted to go ahead and take care of his college choice before concentrating on his senior season at Northside.
FAYETTEVILLE — Fort Smith Northside defensive end Daytrieon Dean signed a financial aid agreement with the Razorbacks on Tuesday.
Negative campaign ads appear to be on the rise with the approach of this fall’s congressional elections and the 2016 presidential campaign. Hardly anyone has a good word to say about them. The standard critique — that they demean our democracy, deceive voters and cause disgusted voters to stay home on Election Day — has the ring of truth. But this exaggerates the negative about negative ads while obscuring their benefits.
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.