Former Razorback (and radio host) Nick Mason talked with Tye Richardson and Tommy Craft on The Morning Rush on Friday morning.
ON THE MORNING RUSH: Richard Davenport breaks down how some of the blueblood basketball schools dealing with off years with recruiting during covid year.
ON ESPN ARKANSAS: Democrat-Gazette's Tom Murphy is looking at the running back position behind Trelon Smith and the wide receiver numbers as spots to watch.
Frank Noland made national news with an accidental meeting of the Super Bowl streaker at a bar in Tampa the day after the game.
Former Hogs and Packers long-snapper Brett Goode talked about Aaron Rodgers getting married and looked back at Super Bowl on Sunday.
Democrat-Gazette writer looks at what's ahead for the Patrick Mahomes-Tom Brady argument after Tampa Bay's dominating win.
Richard Davenport feels playing games in Razorback Stadium far more important for recruiting than some games in Little Rock or even Arlington.
Arkansas athletics director Hunter Yurachek was on ESPN Arkansas on Thursday morning and talked about how things fell into place for game.
Democrat-Gazette writer Tom Murphy talked on The Morning Rush about the news of adding Arkansas State to a future schedule, moving games.
Until recently, the first Wednesday in February was a big deal but now it's just another day at the office for everyone, says Brett Goode.
Alan Hahn from ESPN Radio talked about Kansas City's offensive line one of biggest questions heading into game against Bucs' defense.