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.
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.
The 71-64 win over the Hoosiers wrapped up the non-conference part before the league schedule was big for multiple reasons. They'll play TCU later in January.
Arkansas athletics director Hunter Yurachek was going to hear "boo birds" in whichever direction he turned to hire a new coach, but he made the best hire for the Hogs.
Making a Razorback game at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock a little extra special with sons and maybe the biggest fan in the state,.
It’s anyone’s guess who Arkansas will hire as its next football coach, but Arkansas athletics director Hunter Yurachek has already made one smart move moving Barry Lunney, Jr., to interim.
It will be interesting to see which direction Hunter Yurachek chooses because the fate of Arkansas football is in his hands. No wonder he looks frazzled.
There are plenty of people to blame for Arkansas’ football struggles. Arkansas coach Chad Morris, the coaching staff and administration, but not the fans.
Beating one of the bottom feeders of the SEC isn’t necessarily something to hang your hat on, but it’s what that win could lead to is what Hog fans cling to.
Razorback fans don't deserve what they are getting right now from football program and having a plan around at end of year might be choice that has to be made.