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    Defense, chemistry obviously making trip with Hogs on road, says Henry

    Hawgs Illustrated's Clay Henry pointed out on Halftime when you go on the road that defense, chemistry, two key things needed to be packed.

    Primetime Preps S2E8: Featuring Keith Zachary & Jaiden/Ryan Koerdt

    Brad Caldwell and Bill Harshaw talk to Morrilton HC Keith Zachary and Russelville's Jaiden/Ryan Koerdt!

    King on Walker being best college football player he’s seen and it’s not close

    Bill King of Nashville Sports Radio said on ESPN Arkansas' Halftime with Phil Elson, Matt Jenkins and Matt Travis on Wednesday afternoon.

    Bradley impressed with efficiency of Razorbacks’ play during streak

    With the Hogs on a hot streakn, SEC Network analyst (and former Razorback) Pat Bradley has been most impressed by how efficiently they play.

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    Woo Pig Classic next up as Hogs finish non-conference games

    Arkansas continues its homestand this weekend, playing five games as part of the Wooo Pig Classic in the final non-conference weekend tourney.

    Goode expects it to be interesting with Harsin following Malzahn

    Nearly a decade ago, Bryan Harsin followed Gus Malzahn at ASU and now he's doing it again at Auburn and Brett Goode is looking forward to it.

    Bud Light Seltzer Morning Rush Podcast: 10 straight SEC wins

    Tye & Tommy on the USC win, Pat Bradley joins, What's Your Beef Wednesday and more!

    Moody on hot start, strong performance leading Hogs over Gamecocks

    Razorbacks' Moses Moody (28 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals) on staying focused to bring them back to winning.

    Musselman after Hogs steamroll over-matched South Carolina

    A pleased Arkansas coach Eric Musselman after getting his 150th win as a college coach, 40th win in two seasons in Fayetteville.

    Sills on continuing to work on game each, every day with trainer

    Desi Sills (15 point, 5-of-7 three's) on battling through coming back from shoulder injury by continuing to work each and every day.

    Barrett on Hogs’ improvement, buying into Musselman’s system

    Hogs' announcer Chuck Barrett said the improvement in this year's team has been interesting to watch going into South Carolina game.

    Neighbors on success in season changes tourney expectations

    With a strong regular season, Mike Neighbors feels Hogs are comfortably in the NCAA, which changes expectations for league tournament.

    Toll enters transfer portal after one year, reports say

    According to multiple reports, the Hogs' Blayne Toll has entered the transfer portal after a season where he never really settled on a spot.

    Dungee looks back at career ahead of SEC Tournament

    Chelsea Dungee talked with the media Tuesday morning about her four years, the growth of the program and the tournament this week.

    Hogs adding new executive director of player personnel

    Sam Pittman has hired Butler Benton to become Arkansas' new executive director of player personnel, according to multiple sources.

    Dungee, Slocum get All-SEC awards from league’s coaches

    Chelsea Dungee and Destiny Slocum both earned All-SEC Honors in voting by the SEC's coaches, the league office announced today.

    Bud Light Seltzer Morning Rush Podcast: Extend current streak

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    O’Gara on Razorbacks’ flying high in spring with high rankings

    As Arkansas' active programs continue to rise in the rankings and win SEC titles, Saturday Down South's Connor O'Gara is impressed.

    Moody named top freshman in SEC for second time

    After wins over the top two teams in the SEC last week, Arkansas guard Moses Moody was named the SEC Freshman of the Week.

    Murphy expects Hogs to move up in week’s hoops polls

    Democrat-Gazette writer Tom Murphy doesn't have a vote in the writer's poll for college basketball, but expects the Hogs to move up.

    Go back to Baton Rouge and take your Corn Dogs with you

    Tye & Tommy on the win over LSU, sweeping SEMO, best Bachelor trip locations and more!

    Perico moves up to ninth while Hogs seventh at Cabo Collegiate

    Julian Perico climbed 12 spots into a tie for 9th, the Hogs improved one position into a tie for seventh after 36 holes at the Cabo Collegiate.

    Only one team under par on windy start to Cabo Collegiate

    Just one of the 16 teams was under par after day one with windy conditions at of the Cabo Collegiate at TPC San Antonio on Monday afternoon.

    Hogs tied for 12th after first round at Gamecock Intercollegiate

    COLUMBIA, S.C. — No. 13 Arkansas finished the first round at the Gamecock Intercollegiate at 299 (+11), good for a share of 12th place.

    Arkansas falls in long match with four tiebreakers against No. 25 Memphis

    Arkansas dropped a marathon match on Sunday, falling to No. 25 Memphis by a score of 5-2 with tiebreaker sets on four of six singles courts.

    Razorbacks down Missouri on Sunday for ninth straight win

    COLUMBIA, Mo. — No. 24 Arkansas remained undefeated with a 4-2 win over Missouri on Sunday afternoon.The Razorbacks improved to 9-0 this spring and...
    Following is the 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.Magnolia (11)17-01651
    2.Bentonville (5)18-11483
    3.Little Rock Central (1)18-41412
    4.North Little Rock16-21334
    7.Little Rock Parkview (1)15-2737
    8.Sylvan Hills18-35310
    Others receiving votes: Blytheville 17, Fayetteville 11, Springdale Har-Ber 3, Bergman 1, LR Mills 1, Pine Bluff 1.
    CLASS 6A
    3.Bentonville (10)18-1782
    1.Little Rock Central (5)18-4751
    2.North Little Rock (3)16-2603
    Others receiving votes: Springdale Har-Ber 2.
    CLASS 5A
    1.Jonesboro (9)16-3772
    2.Little Rock Parkview (5)15-2652
    3.Sylvan Hills (2)18-3595
    4.Maumelle (2)15-3331
    Others receiving votes: Pine Bluff 4, Russellville 2.
    CLASS 4A
    1.Magnolia (18)17-0901
    3.Little Rock Mills17-4503
    5.Fountain Lake22-2175
    Others receiving votes: Morrilton 4, Brookland 2, Southside-Batesville 2, Berryville 1.
    CLASS 3A
    2.Osceola (15)16-2872
    1.Dumas (2)12-2591
    Bergman (1)25-4484
    Others receiving votes: Manila 11, Baptist Prep 2, Newport 2.
    CLASS 2A
    1.Marianna (16)11-1861
    3.Dierks (1)21-2463
    4.Flippin (1)27-4414
    5.Caddo Hills24-3345
    Others receiving votes: Melbourne 2, Fordyce 1, Junction City 1, Tuckerman.
    CLASS 1A
    1.West Side Greers Ferry (15)21-4841
    3.Izard County22-5403
    Bradley (1)16-2404
    5.Marvel (2)17-1314
    Others receiving votes: Viola 23, Ridgefield Christian 5.
    Following is the 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:
    1.Melbourne (9)23-11543
    2.Greenwood (2)18-31334
    3.Fort Smith Northside (3)21-21202
    4.Batesville (2)19-11185
    5.Bentonville (1)14-31151
    7.Little Rock Christian (1)18-11026
    9.North Little Rock17-5409
    Others receiving votes: Star City 8, Bergman 6, Lake Hamilton 4, Fayetteville 4, Paragould 3, Nettleton 3, Mountain View 1.
    CLASS 6A
    1.Fort Smith Northside (8)21-2751
    2.Bentonville (6)14-3692
    3.Conway (4)17-4683
    4.North Little Rock17-5354
    Others receiving votes: Rogers 1.
    CLASS 5A
    1.Greenwood (10)18-3781
    2.Batesville (6)19-1732
    3.Little Rock Christian (2)18-1613
    5.Lake Hamilton19-3185
    Others receiving votes: Paragould 9, Nettleton 3, Jonesboro 1.
    CLASS 4A
    1.Harrison (17)16-0891
    2.Star City (1)24-3702
    5.Pea Ridge18-4195
    Others receiving votes: Mena 14, Farmington 10, Pulaski Academy 3, Morrilton 2, Southside Batesville 1, Valley View 1.
    CLASS 3A
    1.Bergman (12)30-1801
    2.Central Arkansas Christian (4)17-0603
    3.Mountain View (2)15-3592
    4.Valley Springs22-6245
    Others receiving votes: Ashdown 12, Mayflower 9, Danville 3.
    CLASS 2A
    1.Melbourne (18)23-1901
    2.Des Arc15-0662
    Others receiving votes: Acorn 6, Tuckerman 6, Fordyce 1.
    CLASS 1A
    1.Rural Special (13)22-3781
    3.Emerson (2)18-3422
    4.Viola (1)25-6365
    5.Mount Vernon-Enola (2)20-4343
    Others receiving votes: West Side Greers Ferry 17, Norfork 14, Ouachita 3.