Just when the Diamond Hogs need to stick the nail in the coffin...well...they just don't.
Nate Olson of Sporting Life Arkansas wrote an excellent profile of NLRHS coach Brad Bolding. Bolding's efforts to build a high-quality public school football program in Central Arkansas is important to the future of the Razorbacks.
The longtime backup quarterback and part time wide receiver is leaving for a better chance to play quarterback this fall.
With rumors leaking this week of a possible home-and-home with Texas Tech up the road, it's important to understand why Arkansas can't commit to the game yet. Hint: it may have something to do with avoiding a year with only 4 games in Fayetteville.
Arkansas’ first spring practice under Bret Bielema was closed to the public, save for one Saturday morning scrimmage and the session ending Red-White Game, so takeaways are largely limited...
Here's a collection of reactions to what happened during Draft weekend and how it all relates to the Razorbacks.
Several Hogs are going to the NFL. *Spoiler Alert* This means you will get to play them on Madden next year. Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Select, Start. Two players.
Here's a list of the former Hogs looking to earn a spot in the professional ranks through the undrafted free agent route.
Wilson was drafted in the fourth round at number 112 overall, and joins Darren McFadden out in California. Basically, every Raiders game will be televised in Arkansas whether we want it or not.