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As more states open the path is there for sports starting sooner, not later

Yurachek has to plan for a full stadium Sept. 5, but he's ready to deal with what might happen none of us know because about all that's for certain is going forward.

Sutton taught an ENTIRE state how to fall in love with basketball

The late Eddie Sutton taught players, fans and the media everywhere in Arkansas that college basketball wasn't just an intramural sport in the state.

Record commitments now could bring about a record number of de-commits

With college football commitments running somewhere north of 600 players right now, we may be looking at a different cycle of recruiting this year — chasing the de-commits.

New York’s announcement Sunday clears another hurdle for sports’ return

If you want another sign that we're probably going to have football starting when it was supposed to, New York gave the green light for teams to open facilities. Sports will be back ... soon.

Florida media icon Martin ‘a Feleipe fan,’ urgency needed to fix college football

Feleipe Franks will do well "in right system," says Buddy Martin and Razorback fans are hoping he's right, plus his feel college football needs to fix some things fast.

Storey’s career path was education, but should have had better shot at QB

Ty Storey is back in NWA after leaving Arkansas for a year at Western Kentucky where he ended up coming back for an emotional game that was the final nail in Chad Morris' coffin.

Young leaders could be key to Razorbacks turning football around, says Wright

Former Razorback wide receiver Jarius Wright is right about there's "not an age on leadership" in looking at getting football out of the ditch where it finds itself these days.

Riley’s ‘ridiculous’ comment may end up being just a little off the mark

Big 12 commissioner grabs a couple of headlines by once again appearing to wait until the bandwagon gets rolling before jumping under it, the fact is football will be back on time.

Barrett agrees the way sports is broadcast is probably going to change forever

Chuck Barrett hasn't had to deal with doing several hours of live sports talk on the radio without any games going on but he has a pretty good idea of how he would handle it.

As ‘Last Dance’ finishes Sunday night, quit with the GOAT arguments

As ESPN's The Last Dance finishes on the mothership Sunday night, maybe all of this ridiculous attempts to come up with the greatest arguments will, too.