How Ricky Council IV should not be trying three-pointers and getting to his solid mid-range jumper more for scoring.
His take on Eagles' quarterback when he was at Alabama has proven to be slightly off heading to Super Bowl.
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Previewing Saturday's matchup against a good Baylor team on the road, how the Razorbacks have turned things around.
Erynn Barnum scores 20, but not enough in three-point loss at Bud Walton Arena, falling to Crimson Tide.
Ahead of Saturday's game with No. 17 Baylor, the junior guard from Jacksonville, most mature player on floor.
Complete press conferences with Arkansas assistant coach Gus Argenal, who was substituting for coach Eric Musselman and Makhi Mitchell on...
What sort of impact new offensive coordinator Dan Enos is having with quarterbacks, receivers, but Hogs will run.
|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|
While the new offensive coordinator has adapted a lot of RPO, he still has some of the old things.
Volunteers needed to get deal in place on Josh Heupel, who is bringing in a quarterback better than Hendon Hooker.
On snowy night in Fayetteville, good crowd showed up for big win over LSU at an energized Bud Walton Arena.
If they could play like 60-40 win over LSU wearing new uniforms they should do it all the time.
Hogs shut down Tigers in first half, overcome slow second-half start to cruise to win on snowy night.
Sam Pittman completes 2023 staff (assuming nothing else changes) adding a new secondary coach Tuesday.
Good to hear from Davonte Davis after win over Ole Miss plus what Razorback football has to figure out.
With reasonable number of fouls called in win over Ole Miss, Hogs get much-needed win with Jordan Walsh's 40 minutes.
South Carolina shows why it's No. 1 with 92-46 win over Razorbacks on Sunday afternoon.
Anthony Black, Davonte Davis lead Razorbacks to break a four-game losing streak with 69-57 win over Ole Miss.
With Razorbacks riding a four-game losing streak into game with Ole Miss on Saturday morning, what they need to fix.
Brandon Marcello of 247Sports talked about head coach finally had enough of flirting with other jobs from offensive coordinator.
Lot of ground to cover with another failure to close out a win against Missouri and Kendal Briles' replacement.
Democrat-Gazette writer on how new offensive coordinator is viewed by recruits and targets Razorbacks considering replacing Kendal Briles.
Razorbacks turn to a name from a few years ago, tabbing Dan Enos to replace Kendal Briles as offensive coordinator.
|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.|