Arkansas coach Bret Bielema introduced new assistant coaches and 3-4 defensive disciples John Scott and Chad Walker on Tuesday.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema has named John Scott Jr., the New York Jets’ assistant D line coach, as the Razorbacks defensive line coach.
Ashdown defensive back Montaric Brown (in top photo) was one of six in-state players to sign with Arkansas. (photo by Rhonda Sharp)
The Razorbacks returned nine starters on defense last fall but finished No. 75 nationally in total defense and 94th in rushing defense
It's arguably the biggest collapse in Arkansas football history, greater than last month's 28-24 loss at Missouri, where the Hogs led 24-7 at halftime.
Arkansas hopes much can change in a month while Virginia Tech mostly yearns for the status quo.
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Dan Skipper was named All-American by the American Football Coaches Association, while Drew Morgan received the first Bequette Award.
Missing the season’s last six games with a broken foot, Dre Greenlaw's 36 tackles still rank eighth on the team.
Virginia Tech will battle the Arkansas Razorbacks Dec. 29 in the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, N.C.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema isn’t ready for his Hogs to move on after losing a 24-7 halftime lead to the only SEC team the Razorbacks were favored to beat.
The Razorbacks go for eight wins today at Missouri on CBS national television at Faurot Field.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema muffled his Razorbacks’ response to trash-talking Missouri linebacker Eric Beisel.
Missouri linebacker Eric Beisel blew hot air Tuesday into the third game of the annual Arkansas-Missouri rivalry.
Sophomore running back Rawleigh Williams and senior left tackle Dan Skipper were honored Monday by the SEC Office in Birmingham, Ala.
Razorbacks end four-year losing streak to Mississippi State.
Fans ringing cowbells are a tradition at Miss. St. (4-6, 2-4), which plays host to Arkansas (6-4 2-4) at 6 p.m. Saturday in Starkville.
Arkansas starting quarterback Austin Allen passed 30 for 30 during Tuesday’s practice, receivers coach Michael Smith said.
Arkansas faces a bigger Mississippi State quarterback challenge Saturday night than it did last year in Fayetteville.
The 38-10 loss to LSU was less seismic than the 56-3 earthquake Oct. 22 when Auburn rocked the Hogs, but in some ways less palatable.
No. 25 Arkansas (6-3, 2-3) and No. 24 LSU (5-3, 3-2) kick off at 6 p.m. on ESPN. Arkansas has won two straight in the series.
When he eyes next season, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema might kick himself for not redshirting Drew Morgan back in 2013.
Recruiters have no trouble spotting the talent in Ashdown, a blue-collar town of fewer than 4,600 residents. (photos by Rhonda Sharp)
LSU (5-3 overall and 3-2 SEC West) and Arkansas (6-3, 2-3) play this season’s final Razorback Stadium game at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Defensively it seems the Razorbacks, including Deatrich Wise in photo, are putting Saturday’s LSU game into a blind trust.
Rawleigh Williams has been named SEC Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season.
Former Arkansas coach Danny Ford would have called Cantrell “one of our older younger players.”
Arkansas QB Austin Allen and right guard Brian Wallace are ready to go Saturday vs. Florida.
No. 10 Florida (6-1, and 4-1 SEC East) and Arkansas (5-3, 1-3 in the SEC West) clash at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
Arkansas starting QB Austin Allen launched game-week practice operating first team and is good to go against Florida.
If his Razorbacks were playing Saturday, junior starting QB Austin Allen likely would not be able to play.
As he did in losses to Alabama and Texas A&M, Austin Allen took a beating when the Razorbacks (5-3, 1-3) lost 56-3 at Auburn.
No. 17 Arkansas (5-2 overall, 1-2 in SEC West) and No. 21 Auburn (4-2, 2-1) clash at 5 pm Saturday on ESPN.
The No. 17 Razorbacks (5-2, 1-2) play at No. 21 Auburn (4-2, 2-1) at 5 p.m. Saturday on ESPN. (photos by Alan Jamison)
No. 17 Arkansas (5-1, 1-2 in the SEC West) and No. 21 Auburn (4-2, 2-1) clash at 5 p.m. Saturday on ESPN at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Auburn's offense allegedly accelerates up-tempo faster than the Ole Miss Rebels.
Arkansas sophomore running back Rawleigh Williams was named SEC Offensive Player of the Week .
Thrilling a homecoming crowd of 73,786 Saturday night, the 22-ranked Razorbacks defeated 12th-ranked Ole Miss.
Arkansas (4-2 overall, 0-2 in SEC West) and Ole Miss Rebels (3-2, 1-1) clash at 6 p.m. Saturday on ESPN.
This season senior TE Jeremy Sprinkle (83) has caught 18 passes for 194 yards and six TDs. (photos by Alan Jamison)
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema voluntarily apologized for his Monday comments regarding SEC official Stan Weihe.
Senior NG Taiwan Johnson gave the Hogs an all-is-not-lost talk post-Alabama. (photo by Alan Jamison)
The next two Saturdays bring Arkansas two more ranked SEC West opponents.
No. 16 Arkansas (4-1 overall, 0-1 in SEC West) and No.1 Alabama (5-0, 2-0) clash at 6 p.m. Saturday on ESPN.
Senior P Toby Baker relaxing on the bench Saturday might bode well for No. 16 Arkansas vs. No. 1 Alabama. (photos by Alan Jamison)
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema and O line coach Kurt Anderson leave Frank Ragnow’s game participation up to the grieving junior.
No. 1 Alabama vs. No 16 Arkansas kicks off at 6 p.m. Saturday on ESPN at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. (photo by Alan Jamison)
Jared Cornelius torched the Texas A&M secondary with a career-high seven catches for 126 yards. (photo by Alan Jamison)
Two phone calls, one tragic, dramatically changed Arkansas HC Bret Bielema’s weekend.
Hogs are focused on Saturday’s 11 a.m. SEC Network Alternate Channel televised non-conference game with Alcorn State.
Arkansas D line coach Rory Segrest was the Samford D line coach in 2013 vs. Arkansas in Little Rock. (photo by Alan Jamison)
Hog QB Austin Allen one tough hombre. (photo by Alan Jamison)
The Razorbacks announced Wed. that the Nov. 12 SEC game against LSU at Reynolds Razorback Stadium is a sellout.
Arkansas DC Robb Smith (in photo) expects Alcorn State QBs Lenorris Footman and Noah Johnson to run at the Hogs. (photo by Alan Jamison)
Arkansas’ struggles on the goal-line vs. No. 9 Texas A&M emphasize that its O line isn’t where Coach Bret Bielema wants.
Hogs: Coach Bret Bielema called his quarterback Austin Allen “a relentless competitor.”
Arkansas junior QB Austin Allen (in photo) and the Razorbacks drop to No. 20 in AP poll
Texas A&M QB Trevor Knight ran for 157 yards and two TDs Saturday night on Hog DC Robb Smith's (in photo) defense.
Challenges await UA senior TE Jeremy Sprinkle as a blocker & receiver vs. Texas A&M. (Alan Jamison photos)
Fr RB Devwah Whaley likely gets more carries Saturday vs. Texas A&M. (Alan Jamison photos)
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long addressed a variety of topics Wednesday.
Deatrich Wise: "I guess I wasn’t good enough to play for anybody in Texas.”
Hogs do not overlook Texas State, quickly turn attention to Texas A&M.
No. 24 Hogs say they have long memory when it comes to major upsets, and near upsets.
Arkansas RB Rawleigh Williams has carried 24 and 28 times the past two weeks.
Arkansas coaches and players voice respect for hurry-up and rested Texas State.
Arkansas stunned TCU in two overtimes 41-38 Saturday night in Fort Worth.
Iconic UA coaches Broyles, Holtz & Hatfield didn't contend with what Coach Bret Bielema deals with vs. TCU, its coach Gary Patterson.
Offensive linemen are coached to protect their QB, but Arkansas’ QB needs no coaching to protect his linemen.
Arkansas DE Wise going home to metroplex vs. TCU
Arkansas has lost its most versatile defensive back for the season.
The father of Louisiana Tech coach Skip Holtz, Lou Holtz, will be honored as the former Arkansas coach at the Razorbacks Hall of Honor banquet.
Senior running back Kody Walker should play Saturday in the opener vs. La. Tech.
D line athletic ability and depth on display in 2-deep roster.
Highly touted juco DE on his way to UA. Star City freshman Austin Capps turning heads.
Redshirt freshman Ty Storey now backup QB. Grayson "Little Hunter" Gunter wows at tight end. More notes.
Backup QB Rafe Peavey exits Arkansas. More notes from Tuesday.
Bielema says Hogs won't look past La. Tech after losses last year to Toledo and Texas Tech.
The second-team offense and defense and third-teamers thereafter scrimmaged Saturday while the first units didn’t hit a lick.
Senior starting cornerback Jared Collins has been practicing despite a broken bone in his right hand.
Arkansas has lost two cornerbacks to injuries on consecutive days.
Bielema said “the good news” Wednesday is the progress of the cornerbacks working first and second team now.
As the O line shuffles vaults a redshirt freshman.
WR Reed and RB Walker injured but should play in opener
Rawleigh Williams got tackled 14 times by the first-team defense Saturday, netting 67 yards.
Fullback Hayden Johnson may have netted the most team-wide respect of all the Razorback true freshmen.
Redshirt freshman QB Ty Storey of Charleston replaced Rafe Peavey on the second unit during the team portion of Thursday's practice.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema foresees playing time for his rookie receivers.
Arkansas offensive linemen work at multiple spots.
Sophomore RB Rawleigh Williams looking great.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema says the Razorbacks accomplished what he set forth for their first three practices.
The offensive line is a major concern entering 2016, and there was plenty of shuffling Saturday.
A sophomore letterman, Randy Ramsey missed last year for academic reasons and paid his way as a walk-on in his return to the team.
Junior defensive end Tevin Beanum of Forrest City was among some notable Razorbacks not included among Arkansas’ 105 players Thursday.
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