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Are you watching HOG FANS and RECRUITING FELLAS? Most importantly and most imminently, this story is a reminder that Coach Petrino doesn’t ignore the Defense. In his 4th Season at Louisville, Bobby Petrino’s squad gave up only 16.31 points per game for which Louisville […]
Which is the Most Important Game or Games on Arkansas’ 2010 Football Schedule? Consider these possible answers: A. Georgia B. Alabama C. The 1st Four SEC Games D. All SEC Games E. The Next SEC Game Some believe that the Georgia game is the […]
Brandon Marcello of Whole Hog Sports has posted a video featuring Ryan Mallett from SEC Media Days this morning. [flv width=”765″ height=”450″]http://showtime.arkansasonline.com/e/nwa/videos/7-22_Mallett.flv[/flv] Also, don’t miss his article covering day 2 of SEC Media days. While you’re at it… follow Brandon on twitter at @BMarcello […]
Rodrick Ryles (Safety) of Orlando, FL became the Razorbacks 12th commitment of the 2011 class today. He committed after attending the Junior/Senior “Elite Camp” in Fayetteville over the weekend. Ryles, 6″1′, 187, is the 29th rated (Rivals) safety in the country and the 69th […]
With tonight’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game being hosted by the Angels and their All-Star Arkansan, Torii Hunter, and with the Arkansas Travelers now being part of the Angels’ minor league system, I break from the format and bring you one of my favorite […]
A new feature rolled out this year in NCAA 11 is custom team entrances. EA Sports added about 20 new entrances to the game including the Clemson team running down the hill in front of Howard’s Rock. Razorback Stadium finally saw an update this […]
If you’re anything like me you’ve been anxiously awaiting next Tuesday so you can finally get your hands on the latest College Football game from EA Sports. Hog fans will be happy to see that Razorback Stadium will look a little more authentic in […]
Charles Alison of FayettevilleHistory.com has a nice color video from the early 1950s which shows scenes from around the UofA campus including a few shots from within Razorback Stadium. Enjoy. I encourage you to head over to FayettevilleHistory.com to check out his very impressive website.