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Saturday, September 19, 2020

Nate Olson

Preparing for worst, hoping for best, once live sports actually resumes

Nate Olson is so ready for live sports, that he nearly did a cartwheel when I discovered my youngest son’s baseball league in Bryant will resume its season later this month.

A youngster’s questions and answers with Arkansas’ Woodhall

Before the shutdown, Hogs' double amputee Hunter Woodhall sat down with 11-year-old J.D. Olson for a wide-ranging interview and here is that question-and-answer session.

Pittman has right attitude to lead Hogs through uncertain season

Pittman probably realistically needs a 10-week spring practice to get all the work in he needs, but now he has none in his first season resurrecting Hogs football.

Life is going to be strange now with world of sports shut down

Here’s to hunkering down and spending time with family praying this pandemic won’t be severe or long and that the effects to our overall health and economy will be minimal.

Jones’ stellar season doesn’t make him one of Hogs’ all-time greats

Timing is everything and unfortunately, Jones’ big season has come during a rebuilding year, which may not put him in the Top 10 when talking about all-time greats.

Kjerstad flexes muscles as Hogs sweep opening series of new season

Arkansas baseball radio color analyst Bubba Carpenter had some high praise for junior right fielder Heston Kjerstad the other day when he said he could play in the big leagues now.

Pittman will continue to take chances on in-state recruits like Towers

If Arkansas is going to crash the SEC West party like Houston Nutt did, Sam Pittman will need underdogs such as J.T. Towers to bring major contributions.

Tough game against TCU Saturday comes at good time for Razorbacks

It’s amazing how a couple of losses can upset the apple cart. Arkansas basketball was riding high, then came a home loss to Kentucky and a loss at Mississippi State.

History against Kentucky means little, but electric crowd might

Eric Musselman didn’t want to talk about past games with Kentucky this week, but Arkansas fans are going to turn back the clock Saturday.

MSU’s hiring Leach makes Pittman even more forgettable in critics’ eyes

If Arkansas’ hiring of Sam Pittman was vanilla, it became a little more so last week and the guess is that's just fine with the new coach who may be more comfortable under the radar.