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Arkansas Fight May 19, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks News: Baseball Scenarios, Running Back Transfer, and a Memphis Hoops Series

Arkansas Razorbacks News: Baseball Scenarios, Running Back Transfer, and a Memphis Hoops Series

Arkansas could finish in a number of places for the upcoming SEC Baseball Tournament Heading into this weekend, Arkansas can finish anywhere between the two seed and the seven seed for the SEC Tournament. Dave Van Horn’s team will take on Texas A&M and would need a sweep and some help to win the SEC West, which seems unlikely. They would also need to be swept and see some other results to fall to seventh, which also seems unlikely. The Hogs’ most likely results fall somewhere between the 4 and 5 seed. The 4 seed is important because, like the basketball tournament, there is a double bye...
Arkansas Fight May 16, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks News: Final Weekend of Regular Season for Baseball

Arkansas Razorbacks News: Final Weekend of Regular Season for Baseball

What are the postseason scenarios for the Diamond Hogs? This year’s Vanderbilt team isn’t as all around solid as teams past, but they have a good RPI and Arkansas edging them out for a series win is still a good accomplishment. It was the third Sunday rubber game win for the Hogs in nine SEC series thus far. Sunday’s win wasn’t filled with much drama, the Hogs cruised to a 7-1 win. But it showed something it has in common with the basketball Hogs, resiliency. After dropping a few conference series, Arkansas righted the ship with a weekend series against Texas A&M to go. If you’re...
Arkansas Fight May 12, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks News: Offensive Line, a Football Transfer, and Basketball Thoughts

Arkansas Razorbacks News: Offensive Line, a Football Transfer, and Basketball Thoughts

Macon and Barford’s decisions shape the 2017-18 basketball roster ESPN took a look at the most improved player on each team in the SEC West. Arkansas’ pick is Hjalte Froholdt. The pick makes sense, there has been a lot of buzz surrounding his improvement, plus the second year at a new position is normally a big jump for college athletes. The first year is spent learning the ins and outs of the positions, the second is where the pieces really get put together. Frank Ragnow’s breakout junior year led to him having to make the decision whether to leave for the NFL or stay at Arkansas one...
Arkansas Fight May 9, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks News: Rawleigh’s New Role, Baseball, and John Daly

Arkansas Razorbacks News: Rawleigh’s New Role, Baseball, and John Daly

More on Rawleigh Williams III’s future with the program. By now you’ve probably seen the news or read his own story, but Rawleigh Williams’ playing days are over. We’ll definitely miss him on the football field but you have to respect the decision he made hope the best for him going forward. This doesn’t mean he’s disappearing from the football program though. Bret Bielema talked about the role he will still have with the team this year. He’s on a full medical scholarship so he’s still on track to get his degree move on to grad school. There has been a ton of support for...
Arkansas Fight May 9, 2017
Daryl Macon Returning for Senior Season with Arkansas Basketball

Daryl Macon Returning for Senior Season with Arkansas Basketball

The hype train is on its way! The roster is set. Daryl Macon announced minutes following Jaylen Barford made the same announcement, that he was also returning for his senior season at Arkansas. Macon’s decision was more uncertain. There had been rumblings for a long time that Macon was unlikely to return for his senior season, and some media members were even public in insinuating that they didn’t expect him back. But Macon will be back in Fayetteville after all. Macon was a great player for the Razorbacks last fall. He came off the bench for the final 13 games, but still averaged 13.4...
Arkansas Fight May 9, 2017
Jaylen Barford Returning for Senior Season with Arkansas Basketball

Jaylen Barford Returning for Senior Season with Arkansas Basketball

A huge piece of Arkansas’ backcourt is coming back for the 2018 season. Jaylen Barford announced Tuesday afternoon that he will return to Arkansas for his senior season with the basketball team. He wrote an essay about his decision for ArkasnasRazorbacks.com (these essays seem to be a new thing the Arkansas communications team is doing). This was mostly expected but still very good news. Barford had given several indications since the season ended that he seemed to be leaning toward returning, but you never know how these things are going to go. Barford became a star of the team over the...
Arkansas Fight May 8, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks Baseball Splits Shortened Series with Tennessee 1-1

Arkansas Razorbacks Baseball Splits Shortened Series with Tennessee 1-1

It’s hard to play away from your own stadium. It’s hard to switch from the Friday to Sunday Schedule to the Thursday to Saturday Schedule. It’s hard to deal with rain and suspended games, but what do you do with 36 hours off when your Thursday Night game gets rained out when you have a 1-0 lead starting the bottom of the 2nd? Blaine Knight came back to pitch on Saturday and after a 3-run blip in the 2nd, he held the Vols scoreless in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th innings, which gave the Razorback offense a chance to tie the game up. The Hogs actually had a 4-3 lead in the top of the 6th,...
Arkansas Fight May 8, 2017
Rawleigh Williams Announces He Will Not Play Football Again

Rawleigh Williams Announces He Will Not Play Football Again

“I want to be able to walk” Arkansas All-SEC running back Rawleigh Williams III announced on Monday that he will not play football again, deciding after suffering a neck injury in the Razorbacks’ final spring practice that his health was too much at risk to continue playing. Williams wrote an essay explaining his decision for ArkansasRazorbacks.com, and make sure you’ve got some sort of handkerchief available when you read it. In it, Willimas outlines the experiences of going through his injuries, realizing a simple play with little contact like the one ran in practice could lead to...
Arkansas Fight Apr 29, 2017
NFL Draft Update: Arkansas’ Jeremiah Ledbetter Drafted by Detroit Lions in 6th Round

NFL Draft Update: Arkansas’ Jeremiah Ledbetter Drafted by Detroit Lions in 6th Round

Ledbetter is the third Hog to get his name called on Saturday. Jeremiah Ledbetter was only at Arkansas for two seasons, but he made an impact. And now he’s going to Detroit to try to make a similar impact for the Lions. He might be practicing against former Hog Travis Swanson, who plays center for the Lions. In his two years, spending his junior season at defensive end and his senior year mostly at defensive tackle, Ledbetter made 104 tackles, including 15 for loss and 7.5 sacks. He finished his career with a strong performance in the Belk Bowl, tying his career high with 1.5 sacks. He...
Arkansas Fight Apr 29, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks Spring Non-Game Quasi-Recap

Arkansas Razorbacks Spring Non-Game Quasi-Recap

Do we even really know what that was? Strange things are afoot at the Arkansas Spring Game. Let’s be clear, that wasn’t a spring game. It wasn’t really a scrimmage, at least most of it. It was a practice. There were a lot of basic drills at the beginning. Lots of situational plays. There wasn’t even much tackling. No one seemed to be keeping stats for the television broadcast, although the local media in attendance were likely keeping their own. The weather in Northwest Arkansas has been mostly terrible over the last few days. We’ve been in a flash flood watch for basically the...
Arkansas Fight Apr 29, 2017
NFL Draft Update: Arkansas’ Jeremy Sprinkle Drafted By Washington Redskins in 5th Round

NFL Draft Update: Arkansas’ Jeremy Sprinkle Drafted By Washington Redskins in 5th Round

The Razorbacks put another tight end in the NFL. Jeremy Sprinkle is the latest in an ever-growing line of tight end success stories at Arkansas, and now he joins the list of the Razorbacks’ NFL Draftees as the Washington Redskins have drafted him in the 5th Round with the 154th pick. Sprinkle is Arkansas’ all-time leader in touchdown receptions as a tight end and seemed to be open in the flat on just about every play over the last two years. When Hunter Henry left early for the Draft a year ago, Sprinkle was the team lead at tight end in 2016. He responded with 33 receptions for 380...
Arkansas Fight Apr 29, 2017
Arkansas Basketball Recruiting News: Jalen Harris Transfers to the Razorbacks from New Mexico

Arkansas Basketball Recruiting News: Jalen Harris Transfers to the Razorbacks from New Mexico

Point Guard 6’2” 156 lbs Raleigh, NC The Arkansas basketball program has sometimes struggled to find a real distributor at point guard in recent years, but the Razorbacks found a new one with the commitment of Jalen Harris, who announced he was transferring from New Mexico to Arkansas after playing his freshman season in Albuquerque. Blessed to announce that I have committed to the University of Arkansas — Jalen Harris (@_jay5harris) April 29, 2017 Harris is originally from Raleigh, North Carolina, but played in all 31 games for the Lobos as a freshman, including starting in...
Arkansas Fight Apr 27, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks Spring Game Closed to Public Due to Weather

Arkansas Razorbacks Spring Game Closed to Public Due to Weather

In case you haven’t already changed your weekend plans. Arkansas announced Thursday night that the Red-White game, the Razorbacks’ annual spring game, will be closed to the public due to expected weather problems. The game will still take place and will still be televised on the SEC Network starting at noon CT. Tweets from Arkansas media indicate the game is still expected to take place inside the stadium, and would only stop the game or move it if there is more extreme weather like lightning, flooding, or worse. I’m not sure how the telecast would work if the game is moved inside, or...
Arkansas Fight Apr 27, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks News: Hogs in the NFL Draft, Basketball Transfers and Scheduling

Arkansas Razorbacks News: Hogs in the NFL Draft, Basketball Transfers and Scheduling

Which basketball transfer is making an official visit in Fayetteville? Tonight the NFL Draft gets underway. No Razorbacks are expected to go in the first round but there are a handful of seniors that should be taken in the later rounds. Here is a good list of where different mock drafts have Razorbacks going, along with a good look back at past Razorbacks being taken in the NFL draft. If the three of Jeremy Sprinkle, Dan Skipper, and Deatrich Wise all get taken it will give Arkansas 13 picks over the last three years with the potential for more. One of those hoping to get in the draft is...
Arkansas Fight Apr 25, 2017
Arkansas Razorbacks News: Calm Before the Spring Game

Arkansas Razorbacks News: Calm Before the Spring Game

News from Razorback Football has hit a bit of a lull. When teams are practicing against each other and the next game is a few months away, content can be a little hard to come by at times. The spring lull has hit Fayetteville as the team just continues to prepare for next week’s spring game. Here are a few things to keep an eye out on this Saturday’s game. Before the spring game kicks off, the NFL Draft will start. There almost certainly wont be any Hogs taken in the first round but you can stroll down memory lane with a look back at the 22 former first round Hogs. The later rounds...

Razorbacks Player News

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    Juan Day

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  • Deatrich Wise Jr.

    Deatrich Wise Jr.

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  • Austin Allen

    Austin Allen

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