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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Hogs have pieces for offensive puzzle but have to figure out how to use...

You get the idea Sam Pittman knows the pieces are in place for Hogs' offense, but the challenge is figuring out how to get them the ball more.

If Boyd’s ‘opt out’ is not quitting, further explanation probably required

If Rakeem Boyd isn't a quitter, he should have come up with a better excuse than needing a couple of extra weeks to prepare for the NFL Draft.

Boyd won’t finish season with Hogs, declaring he’s available for NFL

Rakeem Boyd has opted out of the Hogs' remaining games, declaring for NFL Draft, but where he's taken there probably won't be anytime early.

With no minimum wins required, Hogs’ bowl will help boost solid recruiting

The odds are very good Arkansas will be playing in a bowl game this year, regardless of the number of wins in the remainder...

Yurachek coming to defense of Catalon after SEC blows another replay

ANDY HODGES: SEC should overturn part of Catalon ruling that can still be fixed and Greg Sankey should get some control of replay problems.

LSU takes home ‘Golden Boot,’ even though Tigers fans don’t care

GOLDEN BOOT: Many LSU fans say they have no natural rival in the SEC, but they "would rather take home the dumb trophy than let Arkansas have it."

ANDY’S PICKS: Franks better than Finley which is why Hogs will win

For the first time in a few years the Hogs will have the best quarterback on the field against LSU and Feleipe Franks will be the advantage.

PETE’S PICKS: Hogs will win this one over defending national champs

LSU getting a taste of mediocrity less than a year after running the table with Joe Burrow to an undefeated season and national championship.

Arkansas program in a better place than defending national champs LSU

NATE OLSON: Sam Pittman has Hogs back on track faster than anyone expected and probably even ahead of LSU, which nobody would have predicted.

Fans step up for three former Razorbacks in their time of great need

"Once a Hog, always a Hog" is a phrase that in Arkansas we like to think there’s something extra special about that Razorback affiliation.