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    Murphy on what Loggains’ NFL experience might bring to offense

    Democrat-Gazette's Tom Murphy has heard good things about new tight ends coach Dowell Loggains, who brings high-level NFL experience to Hogs.

    King doesn’t see much changing with playoff other than money schools get

    Nashville Sports Radio's Bill King thinks winners will keep winning even with an expanded playoff, but the money-grab is too good to pass up.

    Pittman’s hiring of Loggains should work well with Briles’ offense

    Jon Brice of FootballScoop said on The Morning Rush that Sam Pittman bringing in Dowell Loggains should be good fit for Hogs' offense.

    Goode thinks Loggains experienced with variety of different offense

    Former Razorback and Packer Brett Goode talked with Tye Richardson and Tommy Craft on The Morning Rush about hiring Dowell Loggains.

    Bud Light Seltzer Morning Rush Podcast: New TE’s coach, familar name

    Tye & Tommy on the new Hog FB hire, looking ahead to the CFB season, plus a pregnancy question

    Loggains returning to Arkansas to coach tight ends for Pittman

    Sam Pittman apparently has nailed down the open spot on his staff with multiple reports former walk-on Dowell Loggains will coach tight ends.

    Knox will need to step up for Hogs after Woods’ departure for Oklahoma

    With Mike Woods moving on to Oklahoma, Saturday Down South's Connor O'Gara thinks Trey Knox needs to play to potential for Hogs.

    Burks has best opportunity for NFL success of any Hogs’ wide receiver

    Treylon Burks' natural skills gives him a chance for a good career at the next level, says ADG's Richard Davenport on The Morning Rush.

    Dawson on Pittman getting more size for Hogs, updates on latest recruits

    Hawgs Illustrated's Dudley Dawson said on Ruscin & Zach that Sam Pittman is working to deliver on his hope for Hogs to get bigger.

    King thinks Saban probably already ahead with changes in college football

    Nashville Sports Radio's Bill King said on Halftime his guess is Alabama's Nick Saban already ahead of everybody else on new rules.