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Saturday, September 19, 2020

Hogs

ESPN’s McGee on new book about growing up as son of football referee

ON HALFTIME: ESPN's Ryan McGee on new book, "Sidelines and Bloodlines" about growing up with a father officiating football games.

BuckNuts’ writer on Big Ten changing course, how things went at Ohio State

BuckNuts writer Steve Helwagen with Derek Ruscin and Zach Arns (Ruscin & Zach) on ESPN Arkansas on the Buckeyes and B1G playing again.

Holt on offensive line, Franks’ named one of four captains for Hogs this week

Democrat-Gazette writer Bob Holt on what he's seen in the fall camp and Feleipe Franks stabilizing the quarterback position for Hogs.

RECRUITING THURSDAY: Davenport on Hogs making virtual recruiting work

Richard Davenport of the Democrat-Gazette on The Morning Rush about how Sam Pittman and Hogs are dealing with the new world of recruiting.

Murphy expecting two quarterbacks from Georgia plus media reaction to B1G

Democrat-Gazette's Tom Murphy on expecting Bulldogs to go with both quarterbacks in opener, then how some have reacted to Big Ten reversal.

SIGHTS & SOUNDS: Razorbacks’ practice Wednesday before starting game prep

Arkansas will be starting preparation Friday for the season opener against Georgia and this is footage from Wednesday's practice.

Basketball practices can start Monday, games Nov. 25, per vote by NCAA

While we don't know the dates and opponents for Arkansas basketball, we know they will start practice Monday and games can start Nov. 25.

Henry on Pittman coaching offensive line to be more physical in workouts

Clay Henry of WholeHogSports watched the offensive line in drills and talked about how Sam Pittman is urging them to be much more physical.

Hill says Pittman ‘closest to Arkansas guy we could get at that time’ of...

Ex-Hogs running back Madre Hill tells Tye Richardson and Tommy Craft that he doesn't consider Sam Pittman an 'Arkansas guy,' but is good fit.

Chiefs’ announcer on impact Mahomes has made expanding ‘Chiefs Network’

Kansas City announcer Mitch Holthus talked on The Morning Rush Wednesday about how Patrick Mahomes' impact has expanded the Chiefs' fan base.