Delaying Saturday night's game to Sunday likely sets up Hogs' pitching staff very well, but winning first game helps.
Kendall Diggs delivers yet another clutch hit, boosting Hogs out to huge edge to open Fayetteville Regional.
Hitting one of most famous homers in Hogs' history, what he's doing now and how this year's team looking.
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With everyone talking about an eight or nine-game conference games, Hunter Yurachek doesn't see reason to fix if not broke.
Now fans can start making plans for first three weeks of season knowing what times Hogs football will play.
Georgia coach wondering what all the fuss is about over number of games because coaches really don't care.
Starting pitcher on Friday probably between Hagen Smith and Hunter Hollan for first game Monday at Baum-Walker Stadium.
With Texas and Oklahoma coming into league, where do Razorbacks land on eight vs. nine games on schedule.
|SEP 3||vs CINCINNATI||W, 31-24|
|SEP 10||vs SOUTH CAROLINA||W, 44-30|
|SEP 17||vs MISSOURI ST||W, 38-27|
|SEP 24||vs TEXAS A&M (Arl)||L, 23-21|
|OCT 1||ALABAMA||L, 49-26|
|OCT 8||@ MISS ST||L, 40-17|
|OCT 15||@ BYU||W, 52-35|
|OCT 29||@ AUBURN||W, 41-27|
|NOV 5||vs LIBERTY||L, 21-19|
|NOV 12||vs LSU||L, 13-10|
|NOV 19||vs OLE MISS||W, 42-27|
|NOV 25||@ MISSOURI||L, 29-27|
Hogs will be hosting No. 2 TCU from Big 12, No. 3 Arizona from Pac 12 and Santa Clara.
You'll have to wait for the selection show Monday morning to find out which three teams are coming to town.
Razorbacks can't push across enough runs at end in first loss to Texas A&M this season after four wins.
Former Hogs pitcher on juggling roster at tournament time because NCAA Regional at Baum-Walker Stadium next week is bigger.
Wildcats only with a few scholarship players now headed into summer, speculating how John Calipari puts it together.
Pitching staff starting to come together well for Hogs at just right time heading into NCAA Tournament next week.
Media reports outline walk-on backup quarterback Kade Renfro off football team after social media posts surface this week.
Hogs get strong outings from Hagen Smith and Hunter Hollan make the runs in one inning be enough to win.
Since watching the Hogs' designated hitter at the plate, what he's seen from the Kansas City-area player Henry enjoys watching.
Looking at baseball in SEC Tournament plus Athlon's ranking of quarterback KJ Jefferson among others in SEC.
Apparently Texas forward Ron Holland is officially on the market and could Razorbacks be his next landing spot in college?
A second walk-off game-winner from Kendal Diggs in the 11th inning backed up Jared Wegner's grand slam in the seventh.
Hogs coach Dave Van Horn will be smart on using players in Hoover because he knows next week more important.
It's the best month of the year to get on the links plus how the Hogs are handling the tournament.
Bad weather delayed start of LSU-South Carolina and Hogs will be going with Cody Adcock on mound to start game.
|HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS|
|Following is the Overall Top 10 high school football teams in Arkansas and the top five in Classes 7A, 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A and 2A, in addition to the top three in the two 8-man divisions as voted by a panel of sports media from around the state for the preaseason. Ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points:|
|5.||Little Rock Catholic||10-0||96||5|
|Others receiving votes: Joe T. Robinson 15, Little Rock Parkview 15, Lake Hamilton 6, Benton 4, Arkadelphia 3.|
|Others receiving votes: Rogers 2, Bentonville West 2.|
|1.||Little Rock Catholic (13)||10-0||80||1|
|3.||Pulaski Academy (1)||9-1||61||3|
|5.||Little Rock Christian||9-2||24||4|
|Others receiving votes: Benton 5.|
|1.||Joe T. Robinson (11)||9-1||80||1|
|2.||Little Rock Parkview (7)||8-2||74||2|
|4.||Little Rock Mills||10-1||37||4|
|Others receiving votes: Valley View 4, Wynne 2.|
|2.||Harding Academy (2)||9-0||71||2|
|Others receiving votes: Pocahontas 3.|
|Others receiving votes: Newport 2, Osceola 1.|
|4.||East Poinsett County||9-2||37||5t|
|Others receiving votes: Earle 6, Marked Tree 3, Bigelow 3, Dierks 2, Mineral Springs 2.|
|1.||Mountain Pine (18)||10-0||54||1|
|Others receiving votes: None.|