Sharp "Tusk" Williams
SharpTusk is a featured blogger on Hog Database. He won "2009 Blog Of The Year" as voted by members of SportingNews.com and has posts referenced by local and national sports writers. Sharp began writing about Arkansas Razorbacks Football during the coaching change in 2007 and hasn't stopped. He has an eye for interesting stats, and an occasional penchant for creative writing. He's sure to keep you coming back for more.
(Top Left to Right: Tyler Wilson, Knile Davis, Travis Swanson. Bottom Left to Right: Alfred Davis, Alonzo Highsmith, Jr., Tenarius Wright) 05/21/2012 from University of Arkansas Media Relations FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas football team will have six captains for the 2012 […]
(Left to right: Maudrecus Humphrey, Marquel Wade, and Andrew Peterson) From Chris Bahn at ArkansasSports360.com: “Arkansas football players Andrew Peterson and Maudrecus Humphrey have been arrested and charged by University of Arkansas Police Department with nine counts of residential burlgary. Marquel Wade was […]
The ultimate question is whether a college football team must sign some number of four and five star recruits as a prerequisite to winning a college football national championship. The issue percolated in Bobby Petrino’s first recruiting classes, died down, and then rose to the […]
As the title suggests, this post is not confirmation or direct word, but it is based on circumstances which appear to lead to a solid conclusion. I have seen enough to project that Tim Horton will be named as the interim coach at the […]
Dear Coach Petrino, Godspeed on a quick and complete recovery of your physical injuries regardless of what happens. It was not your time, and it was not worse. For those we have wonderful reasons to be grateful. In the vast majority of circumstances your […]
While I’m one who tends to think that a word is worth a thousand pictures, if not millions, here’s a screen shot from today proving that it’s much easier to show that a picture is worth a thousand words…or in this case, a thousand […]