England QB Brayden Brazeal signed with Ouachita. OBU and Arkansas Tech loaded up on in-state players. (photo by Justin Manning)
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Henderson State’s Carpenter-Haygood Stadium football field will have an upgraded surface with a slightly different look when the Reddies take the field for their home opener September 17 against Southwestern Oklahoma.
Former Subiaco Academy all-conference quarterback John Rex Spivey was recently elected president of the 2013 class at the United States Naval Academy.
Four Arkansans left big impressions at the Under Armour All-America game on Jan. 5 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.
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Kinco Contractors president Doug Wasson told 150 dignitaries and media members Thursday morning what has gone or will go into the rebuilding of War Memorial Stadium's press box: 500 tons of steel, 1,500 yards of concrete, 23 miles of electrical wiring and 7,162 square feet of glass.
The Arkansas Razorbacks are picked third in the SEC Western Division and ranked 19th nationally in the 18th annual Hooten's Arkansas Football magazine.
The University of Central Arkansas Bears scored eight touchdowns during their 118-play scrimmage on Saturday, the second of fall camp, at First Security Field at Estes Stadium.