Hogs land pair of defensive commitments Sunday for some momentum headed into NCAA's dead period.
Razorbacks get commitment from native Arkansas who liked direction of program and getting to come home and play.
Wrapping Up The OmaHogs Season; No Drew today; Jaylin To OKC Guests- Aaron Torres & Clay Henry
Jaylin Williams grew up just miles from Oklahoma state line and will be playing a lot in that state now.
The Razorbacks season came to an end Thursday afternoon at the hands of Rebel ace Dylan DeLucia, who threw a...
Timely hitting and a Will McEntire quality start turned into an 11-1 victory over the Auburn Tigers in an elimination...
It's win or go home when Tigers and Hogs meet at 6 p.m. in Omaha, how Auburn improved to reach...
Hogs troubles with Ole Miss, matchup with Auburn and more on Halftime with Phil Elson, Drew Barrett and Matty T.
Rebels' pitching coming together at right time of year with experience playing big role in Monday night win.
Arkansas could not contain the streaking Rebels, as Ole Miss exploded for 13 runs in the second game of the...
One of very few pitchers to win a college football game and a College World Series game, rise of softball.
Razorbacks face surging Ole Miss on Monday afternoon and you can hear the game on ESPN Arkansas radio stations.
Hogs took two of three games over Rebels in late April when Arkansas outscored them, 12-10.
Each Arkansas hitter in the starting lineup collected at least two hits while Connor Noland shut the No. 2 Cardinal...
It was the only run of the game for the Cardinal until it was too late to matter.
What Eric Musselman, Davonte Davis, Ricky Council, said at Friday's press conference on summer practices, how freshmen look.
Razorbacks' improvement has come over course of season to where they still have preseason goal still in front.
Not many players still on teams, but it will be billed as a revenge game for Hogs against Bears.
How they might fare getting back to Omaha this year plus talking about Dave Van Horn's legacy and Connor Noland.
All things recruiting, Sonny Kennedy's getting big-time offensive linemen, in-season vs. out-of-season official visits, kids to watch and more.
If Razorbacks' opening-day starter against Stanford has another strong outing, they could have chance Saturday at College World Series.
What happened to Tennessee, College World Series and predicting college baseball, National Anthem singer and the Horns Down.
How Vanderbilt fell apart at end of season, College World Series in Omaha and more sports on The Morning Rush.
Arkansas making another trip to the College World Series, confidence and Jell-O shots (didn't see that coming, did ya'?).
Hogs offensive coordinator Kendal Briles has a returning quarterback for first time ever and that's really big this season.
|BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL RANKINGS|
|Following is the final overall Top 10 boys high school basketball teams in Arkansas and the top five in Classes 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A as voted by a panel of sports media from around the state for the week ending January 5. Ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points and last week's rankings:|
|1.||North Little Rock (10)||23-3||145||1|
|4.||Little Rock Parkview||21-3||103||4|
|Others receiving votes: Pine Bluff 9, Blytheville 9, Marion 6, Russellville 3, Osceola 2, Bentonville 1, Fountain Lake 1,Siloam Springs 1.|
|1.||North Little Rock (15)||23-3||75||1|
|Others receiving votes: Bentonville 5.|
|2.||Little Rock Parkview (2)||21-3||61||2|
|Others receiving votes: Russellville 6, Lake Hamilton 5, Vilonia 1.|
|Others receiving votes: Little Rock Mills 3, Berryville 1, Forrest City 1, Morrilton 1, Watson Chapel 1.|
|Others receiving votes: Riverview 12, Walnut Ridge 8, Manila 6, Episcopal Collegiate 2, Cave City 1.|
|Others receiving votes: Sloan-Hendrix 4, Acorn 1, Melbourne 1, Rector 1.|
|1.||Marked Tree (9)||25-1||65||1|
|2.||West Side Greers Ferry (5)||30-5||60||2|
|Others receiving votes: Brinkley 3, Bradley 1, Calico Rock 1.|
|GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL RANKINGS|
|Following is the final overall Top 10 girls high school basketball teams in Arkansas and the top five in Classes 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A as voted by a panel of sports media from around the state for the week ending January 5. Ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points and last week's rankings:|
|2.||North Little Rock||22-3||130||2|
|6.||Fort Smith Northside||20-4||61||5|
|Others receiving votes: Nashville 5, Southside Batesville 3, West Memphis 2, Little Rock Central 1, Little Rock Christian 1.|
|2.||North Little Rock||22-3||60||2|
|4.||Fort Smith Northside||20-4||32||3|
|5.||Little Rock Central||17-8||6||5|
|Others receiving votes: Rogers Heritage 2, Bryant 1.|
|2.||Lake Hamilton (3)||23-2||57||2|
|Others receiving votes: Vilonia 8, Little Rock Christian 6.|
|Others receiving votes: Wynne 4, Pulaski Academy 2.|
|Others receiving votes: Manila 4, Valley Springs 1.|
|Others receiving votes: Tuckerman 8, Mansfield 4, Mountainburg 3, Rector 2.|
|Others receiving votes: Dermott 4, West Side Greers Ferry 2.|