Arkansas plays host to San Jose State at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Fayetteville.
Arkansas ranks No. 107 nationally in scoring offense (18.5 ppg), but CSU ranks No. 107 in defense (32.5 ppg). Crant Osborne photo
Arkansas (1-1) and Colorado State (1-1) kick off at 3 p.m. Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Hogs prepping well for Colorado State
Nick Starkel (in Crant Osborne photo) will start at QB for Saturday’s 3 p.m non-conference game against Colorado State.
Ole Miss beat Arkansas 31-17 in front of 47,915 Saturday night at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
Rakeem Boyd led the Razorbacks last fall with 734 yards rushing. (Craven Whitlow photos)
Senior TE Cheyenne “C.J.” O’Grady will debut for 1-0 Arkansas in Saturday’s 6:30 p.m. SEC opener at Ole Miss.
Freshmen WRs Trey Knox and Treylon Burks (In Craven Whitlow photo above) met the press Tuesday.
Saturday’s 6:30 p.m. SEC-opener pits Arkansas against Ole Miss at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford.
Game time is 3 p.m. Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium and televised by the SEC Network.
UA vs. Portland State is set for 3 p.m. Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Sophomore (WR) Mike Woods (in Craven Whitlow photo) says the Hogs are ready to "ride."
Senior LT Colton Jackson, in and out of practice since Aug. 14 with a lingering foot injury, was not seen at Saturday’s practice.
UA freshman receiver Trey Knox could return to practice this weekend. (C Whitlow photo)
UA OC Joe Craddock said QBs and many first-team players were limited Wednesday during the 80-play scrimmage.
UA coach Chad Morris ponders whether SMU grad transfer Ben Hicks or Texas A&M grad transfer Nick Starkel starts at QB.
UA left tackle Colton Jackson and nickel back Greg Brooks returned Monday from injuries.
Redshirt freshman QB John Stephen Jones may have moved the offense better than Nick Starkel or Ben Hicks.
UA head coach Chad Morris sold the premise of a Razorback resurgence Friday to the packed house.
If the Razorbacks played today, fourth-year junior tight end Grayson Gunter would start and play the most. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas' starting tight end, left offensive guard, and a reserve wide receiver are headed for minor knee surgery.
Junior RB and Houston native Rakeem Boyd is on the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Preseason watch list. (Craven Whitlow photo)
UA coach Chad Morris awards daily "belt" to offense. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Redshirt freshman John Stephen Jones (in Craven Whitlow photo) jump-started the offense Saturday.
The sum of Dorian Gerald’s loss and Sosa Agim’s gain seems to add up better for Arkansas’ defensive line.
The Catalons moved along spectacularly Wednesday on both sides of the ball during Arkansas’ practice.
C.J. O’Grady did not work first-team for all of Tuesday morning’s practice in pads. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Redshirt freshman Ryan Winkel, previously a backup guard, has worked backup right tackle since Noah Gatlin’s injury.
Ben Hicks (in Craven Whitlow photo) knows the QB job he won last spring isn’t won now.
UA head coach Chad Morris saw his Razorbacks enthused Friday to rebound from their 2-10 season of 2018.
A heralded freshman class debuts tonight for the Arkansas Razorbacks as preseason drills begin. (Craven Whitlow photo)
UA linemen, who struggled together last fall, rallied together in the off-season and summer.
UA head coach Chad Morris’ Razorbacks begin preseason practices Friday.
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The UA defense reclaimed the practice "belt" following Thursday’s practice.
For the first time since UA coach Chad Morris awarded a belt for the unit most prevailing in practice, the offense won.
UA offensive players, behind the defense throughout the spring, probably felt they dealt with enough misery without miserable weather Saturday.
Running back Rakeem Boyd (in Craven Whitlow photo) did non-contact work Thursday and Friday.
Arkansas split end Mike Woods (9) broke his wrist and will miss the rest of the spring. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas’ 7th of allotted 15 spring practices Wednesday was its last until March 26.
UA leading returning rusher Rakeem Boyd (in Craven Whitlow photo) is idled all spring recovering from shoulder surgery.
Connor Noland (above in photo) got attention Tuesday for getting in practices with football.
Ben Hicks starts the spring No. 1 at QB in front of UA baseball pitcher Connor Noland.
Friday was the mandatory opening spring practice, and Saturday’s workout will be in sweats, too.
Joe T Robinson product T.J. Hammonds (in R Sharp photo) is no longer a Razorback.
Arkansas coach Chad Morris and his staff have signed 26 players to 2019 scholarships and have room to sign three more.
UA head coach Chad Morris sign 20 prospects, including 14 four-star recruits.
Arkansas (2-9, 0-7 in the SEC West) and Missouri (7-4, 3-4) battle at 1:30 p.m. Friday on CBS in Columbia, Mo.
For his final Razorback game Friday at Missouri, senior Santos Ramirez captains a secondary starting nobody who started the season with him.
Arkansas (2-9, 0-7) concludes its season at 1:30 p.m. Friday on CBS vs. Missouri (7-4, 3-4).
Arkansas (2-8/0-6) takes on Mississippi State (6-4, 2-4) at 11 a.m. Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium.
Hogs answered the bell Wednesday inside the Walker Pavilion. (Crave Whitlow photo)
Arkansas (2-8, 0-6) preps for Saturday’s 11 a.m. game vs. Miss. St. (6-4, 2-4) in Starkville. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas (2-8, 0-6) and Mississippi State (6-4, 2-4) kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday in Starkville, Miss.
LSU’s nationally No. 7 Tigers held Arkansas to 16 net rushing yards Saturday night/
The temperature could dip to 32 degrees Saturday night by the end the LSU at Arkansas game.
The Hogs have tried to seal the screen pass door Arkansas coach Chad Morris says LSU will try to open. (R Sharp photo)
Chad Morris (in C Whitlow photo) said LB Dre Greenlaw, DB Kevin Richardson and WR Jared Cornelius are healthy for Saturday's game.
Arkansas (2-7, 0-5) and ninth-ranked LSU (7-2, 4-2) play the season’s Fayetteville finale at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
The Razorbacks (2-7 overall, 0-5 in the SEC) practice Monday through Thursday this open-date week.
This open-date week is a chance for Arkansas coach Chad Morris to cram in December-type bowl practices.
Arkansas falls to 2-7 overall, 0-5 in the SEC West after losing to Vanderbilt 45-31.
UA sophomore Rakeem Boyd ranks third in the SEC with 6.69 yard per carry. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas plays host to Vanderbilt at 11 a.m. Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Dalton Wagner (78 in Craven Whitlow photo above) performed to anonymous expectations vs. Tulsa.
Arkansas junior QB Ty Storey should start this week against Vanderbilt.
Arkansas shut out Tulsa 23-0 before 40,000 fans Saturday for homecoming at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Rakeem Boyd (in Crant Osborne photo) and Arkansas (1-6) battle visiting Tulsa (1-5) at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Arkansas (1-6) and Tulsa (1-5) kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Arkansas junior quarterback Ty Storey took first-team snaps Tuesday. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Hog RB Rakeem Boyd rushed for 109 yards vs Ole Miss. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Connor Limpert kicked four field goals in Arkansas' 37-33 loss to Ole Miss. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas or Ole Miss will crack the SEC win column Saturday night at War Memorial Stadium. (Crant Osborne photo)
Arkansas plays host to Ole Miss at 6:30 Saturday night at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
Arkansas’ revived passing attack faces a banged-up Ole Miss secondary Saturday night at War Memorial Stadium.
Arkansas RT Brian Wallace practiced Tuesday, but Johnny Gibson (62) was in a green non-contact jersey. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas (1-5, 0-3) plays host to Ole Miss (4-2, 0-2) at 6:30 Saturday night at War Memorial Stadium. (Crant Osborne photo)
No. 1 Alabama plays Arkansas (1-4, 0-2) at 11 Saturday morning at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Alabama at Arkansas will kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. ESPN will televise the game.
The Razorbacks (1-4, 0-2) prep this week for Saturday’s 11 a.m. ESPN-televised game against No. 1 Alabama.
Senior LB Dre Greenlaw recorded 13 tackles and two INTs in Arkansas’ 24-17 loss to Texas A&M. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas coach Chad Morris has addressed the special teams’ special problems all week. (R Sharp photo)
Texas A&M (2-2, 0-1) is a 20-point favorite over Arkansas (1-3, 0-1) in Saturday’s 11 a.m. game.
Chad Morris is a graduate of Texas A&M but denies any additional motivation to beat the Aggies. (R Sharp photo)
Arkansas junior QB Ty Storey, pulled at halftime at Colorado State, finished what he started last week at Auburn. (C Whitlow photo)
The Hogs played better against the best team they’ve played because they had better players playing. (R Sharp photo)
Senior receiver Jonathan Nance (in Craven Whitlow photo) will try to play elsewhere in 2019 as a graduate transfer.
UA coach Chad Morris: "If you don’t believe, don't get on the plane" to Auburn. (R Sharp photo)
Senior defensive tackle Armon Watts (in Craven Whitlow photo) has three sacks this fall.
Cornerback and kickoff returner have supplanted the O line as the most missing-personnel challenged for Arkansas. (C Whitlow photo)
It's unlikely any team coached by Gus Malzahn would overlook Arkansas.
Junior QB Ty Storey of Charleston will start (6:30 p.m. kickoff) against defending SEC West champion Auburn. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Aside from throwing six interceptions, the Hogs rushed for just 56 yards vs. North Texas.
North Texas State (2-0) visits mentally soft Arkansas (1-1) at 3 p.m. Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
North Texas visits Arkansas at 3 p.m. Saturday at Reynolds Razorback Stadium on the SEC Network.
UA head coach Chad Morris said the Hogs have practiced better after a loss than victory.
Arkansas tackle Colton Jackson, idled since undergoing back surgery in July, practiced full go Tuesday. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Since December, Arkansas first-year head coach Chad Morris has stressed that the Razorbacks must finish.
An Arkansas team not sure of its caliber battles Colorado State tonight. (R Sharp photo)
Chad Morris (in Craven Whitlow photo) and the Hogs battle Colorado State at 6:30 p.m. Saturday on the CBS Sports Network.
Colorado State (0-2 after 43-34 and 45-13 losses to Hawaii and Colorado) and Arkansas kick off at 6:30 p.m. CDT Saturday,
UA head coach Chad Morris shuffles O line protecting QB Ty Storey in Craven Whitlow photo.
Arkansas QBs Cole Kelley and Ty Storey will play this week as they did last Saturday, though likely not in the same order.
Arkansas' new coach and North End Zone debut Saturday with an old Razorback coaching the opposition. (R Sharp photo)
Junior cornerback Ryan Pulley (11 in R. Sharp photo) and the Hogs feel prepared for hurry-up opponents.
Arkansas' deep defensive end positions dwindled some more on Wednesday.
Arkansas OC Joe Craddock (in R Sharp photo) said sophomore QB Cole Kelley separated himself the past two weeks.
Arkansas OC Joe Craddock (in R Sharp photo) bragged on linemen Kirby Adcock and Austin Capps.
UA linebacker Grant Morgan (in R Sharp photo) draws praise from coaches.
The Razorbacks started slowly again Tuesday after not practicing Sunday and Monday’s first day of the fall semester. (R Sharp photo)
Arkansas receiver Jonathan Nance (in Craven Whitlow photo) caught a TD pass in Saturday's scrimmage.
UA coach Chad Morris (left in R Sharp photo) and A.D. Hunter Yurachek spoke Friday to fans and media in Springdale.
During Thursday’s first four practice periods junior running back T.J. Hammonds (in photo) had to be assisted off the field.
The offensive line, due to injuries, needs all the reps (mentally and physically) it can get. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Junior Sosa Agim (in Craven Whitlow photo) is getting used to playing defensive tackle again.
Arkansas’ four-deep tight end position was reduced Monday, at least temporarily, to three.
Arkansas OC Joe Craddock (in R Sharp photo) said both QBs were hampered by “about five drops” that should have been catches.
UA coach Chad Morris most lauded Devwah Whaley among the running backs after Saturday's scrimmage.
Chad Morris' Hogs scrimmage for first time this year in Razorback Stadium.
Arkansas left guard Hjalte Froholdt (51) was snapping at center to provide emergency depth, but it appears he may start at center.
Grant Morgan and the Hogs zipped through the first preseason practice in full pads so energetically they couldn’t sit still for halftime.
Injuries just keep coming, and the Hogs haven't put on pads, yet. (Rhonda Sharp photo)
Arkansas sophomore Dylan Hays (in R Sharp photo) expounds on moving from reserve defensive line to starting center.
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UA head coach Chad Morris (in Rhonda Sharp photo) evaluated his team's progress from winter workouts through spring practices.
New UA coach Chad Morris praised C.J. O'Grady (85) and La’Michael Pettway (16) after Saturday's Red-White game. (Rhonda Sharp photo)
Fans attending Arkansas’ intrasquad football game Saturday at War Memorial Stadium will be in fast company.
Razorbacks need sophomore receiver Jordan Jones (above) to keep improving.
Good friends off the field, Arkansas QBs Ty Storey and Cole Kelley can’t remember when they weren’t battling for playing time on it
Junior McTelvin “Sosa” Agim of Hope moved inside the defensive line to tackle.
Maleek Williams ran ahead of the Razorback pack in Saturday’s scrimmage with eight carries for 72 yards and a touchdown.
There will be much to compare from now to spring drills’ conclusion, UA coach Chad Morris said after Saturday’s two-hour scrimmage.
Senior linebacker Dre Greenlaw likes having new DC John Chavis as his position coach.
The Razorbacks have waged their first two spring practices, and Ryan Pulley picked off a pass both days.
Thursday’s first spring practice was NCAA mandated non-contact in shorts. but Saturday will be in full pads.
Hog DC Chavis beats Bama, national powers for DB Mason. Greenwood QB Connor Noland (in Jimmy Jones photo) signed in December.
New Arkansas AD Hunter Yurachek (left) and head coach Chad Morris (right) call Hogs. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Chad Morris first coached college ball in 2010 as the University of Tulsa offensive coordinator.
UA to name Chad Morris as new head coach. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas plays host to bowl-bound Missouri at 1:30 Friday afternoon.
UA will honor 16 seniors before Friday’s 1:30 p.m. kickoff against Missouri at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. (Craven Whitlow photos)
The Razorbacks (4-7 overall, 1-6 in SEC) play host to streaking Missouri (6-5, 3-4) at 1:30 p.m. Friday.
Arkansas welcomes No. 17 Mississippi State to Reynolds Razorback Stadium at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Arkansas enters Saturday's game vs. MSU with no speculation about its starting QB, unlike last week at LSU. (Craven Whitlow photo)
University of Arkansas chancellor Joseph Steinmetz has fired Jeff Long as Arkansas' vice-chancellor and director of athletics .
UA QB Cole Kelley suspended for his arrest for suspicion of DWI and reckless driving. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Kickoff for Arkansas (4-5 overall, 1-4 in SEC) vs. LSU (6-3, 3-2) is set for 11 a.m. on ESPN. (Craven Whitlow photo)
There is no quarterback controversy at Arkansas, yet, but that may change Saturday. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Four different Razorback receivers caught passes last week at Ole Miss, and three of them carried the football on reverses. (Craven Whitlow photo)
The Razorbacks caused three first-half turnovers at Ole Miss to swing the game. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas rallied from a 24-point deficit last week to topple Ole Miss 38-37, leading to SEC honors Monday for a pair of Razorbacks. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Hogs (2-5, 0-4) have lost three in a row, all SEC contests, while Ole Miss (3-4, 1-3) has dropped four of its past five games. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Saturday’s Arkansas at Ole Miss game will be a battle for survival. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas’ offensive line has taken much criticism and has lost its leader. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas got a double dose of bad injury news following its 52-20 loss to Auburn.
Arkansas tries to re-discover its ground game against Auburn. (Craven Whitlow photo)
The tight end position will always be key in Bret Bielema's offense. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas snapped the ball 72 times to 64 for No. 1 Alabama, but the Hogs mustered only 227 yards.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema praised QB Cole Kelley for his play Saturday night at Alabama. (Craven Whitlow photo)
The odds for Arkansas' game at Alabama were formulated long before this week. (Craven Whitlow photos)
Arkansas is a 30-point underdog Saturday against Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Arkansas (2-3, 0-2) is a 30-point underdog at Alabama (6-0, 3-0). Kickoff is set for 6:15 on ESPN. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Austin Allen says he hasn’t missed a football game since he started playing in the second grade. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas’ depth chart lists Austin Allen as the starting QB for Saturday against Alabama. (Craven Whitlow photo)
David Williams has boosted Arkansas' running attack, but S. Carolina's D poses a much stiffer test. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas could dominate the possession clock Saturday in Columbia, S.C., as they did a week ago, yet lose. (Craven Whitlow photos)
Arkansas battles host South Carolina at 3 p.m. Saturday in an SEC Network-televised game. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas visits South Carolina at 3 p.m. Saturday on the SEC Network at Williams-Brice Stadium. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas HC Bret Bielema insists his 1-2 Razorbacks will be emotionally sharp at 11 a.m. Saturday vs. NMSU. (Craven Whitlow photo)
JUCO transfer receiver Jonathan Nance (7) leads Arkansas with nine receptions for 200 yards and two TDs. (Craven Whitlow photo)
They call Cole Kelley “Steamboat,” but they still call Austin Allen “THE quarterback.” (Craven Whitlow photo)
Senior receiver Jared Cornelius underwent surgery Monday to repair damage to his Achilles tendon. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Texas A&M defeated Arkansas for the sixth year in a row Saturday in a wild SEC West shootout, 50-43 in overtime
Hogs vs. Texas A&M kicks off at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Arkansas (1-1) and Texas A&M (2-1) play an SEC opener at 11 a.m. Saturday on ESPN. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas (1-1) and Texas A&M (2-1) collide at 11 a.m. Saturday on ESPN at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium. (Craven Whitlow photo)
UA senior center Frank Ragnow and QB Austin Allen are weary of losing to A&M. (Craven Whitlow photo)
By social media accounts, the Razorbacks’ world ended Sept. 9 in the ignominy of the 28-7 loss to TCU. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas OC Dan Enos said his quarterback has been thinking too much . (Craven Whitlow photo)
Coach Gary Patterson’s 2-0 Horned Frogs thumped Arkansas 28-7 in a Big 12 vs. SEC non-conference clash.
Arkansas plays host to No. 23 TCU at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Razorback Stadium in a much-to-prove matchup for both teams.
Jared Cornelius’ cameo vs. Florida A&M last week may expand into a major role Saturday vs TCU.
UA freshman WR Koilan Jackson injured his knee Tuesday and will likely redshirt this season. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Hogs to rotate multiple D linemen Saturday vs TCU hurry-up offense.
Arkansas RB Chase Hayden’s debut earned him SEC Freshman of the Week. (Craven Whitlow photo)
Arkansas true freshman Kamren Curl starts at cornerback at 2:30 p.m. Saturday against TCU.
Arkansas’ beleaguered defense of 2016 debuted in 2017 by pitching a shutout for 51 minutes Thursday night.
Arkansas, of the mighty SEC, presumably will start cleansing its 2016 season-closing stench Thursday night at War Memorial Stadium.
Though limited by an ailing back this month, senior receiver Jared Cornelius is on the depth chart as an either-or starter for the season opener
Arkansas unveils its two-deep depth chart Friday.
Senior center Frank Ragnow has landed on the first-team All-SEC Preseason Coaches team and the second-team AP All-America team.
For this week only, the Arkansas Razorbacks might secretly wish to be Texas Southern.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema paid tribute to his team, saying it has grown after finishing a 7-6 season in 2016.
Chase Hayden, the 1C of Arkansas’ 1A, 1B, 1C running back trio, gets the big-play A for elusiveness and breakaway speed.
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema opened Wednesday’s presser with thoughts about Frank Broyles.
The young receivers have senior returning starter and 2016 SEC passing leader Austin Allen at quarterback.
The 2017 Arkansas Razorbacks have finally practiced their best two inside linebackers together.
Senior safety Josh Liddell’s string of starts will likely extend after all as the Aug. 31 season opener against Florida A&M approaches.
Scrimmage at 1 p.m., Fan-Day festivities 4 p.m.
You can tell how Dre Greenlaw is recovering from injuries by looking at his position coach.
OC Dan Enos is giving Ty Storey (in photo above) and Cole Kelley opportunities to take command in the backup QB spot.
From his dad to his Arkansas teammates, they kid Koilan Jackson about his tendency to fall asleep.
Arkansas outside LB Karl Roesler practiced Monday, and first-team weakside LB Dre Greenlaw increased his activity.
Arkansas receiver/running back T.J. Hammonds will be out awhile after arthroscopic surgery on a knee.
Injuries have left the Razorbacks shuffling defenders to fill their four linebacker spots.
Robinson's TJ Hammonds a "natural" at receiver and RB
LB Jamario Bell out for 2017, scholarship kicker Hedlund struggling
DC Rhoads likes energy in helmet-only practices
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Arkansas junior RB Rawleigh Williams retires from football.
Razorbacks conclude spring drills with Saturday’s noon SEC Network televised Red-White game at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Arkansas linemen Hjalte Froholdt has learned more languages than a United Nations interpreter.
Junction City's Jamario Bell shifts back to defense for Arkansas.
Rawleigh Williams seems a living testament that spring football doesn’t matter much.
Arkansas defensive coordinator Paul Rhodes isn’t selling 5-10 linebacker Josh Harris short.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema allowed defensive coordinator Paul Rhoads to add spice Saturday to the defense.
Arkansas practiced Thursday without a true first-team receiver.
Star City NG Austin Capps, rookie receivers coming on for Razorbacks midway through spring drills.
Hogs RB Rawleigh Williams picked up in the spring where he left off last fall as the SEC’s leading rusher.
Quarterback is a position under review as the Razorbacks wage their first all out spring scrimmage Saturday.
When the Razorbacks dined Tuesday night, sophomore receiver Deon Stewart likely received a heftier helping.
Hogs enjoy what Coach Bret Bielema believes should be their most exciting day of spring.
Arkansas O lineman Gibson's story not so feel good now.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema calls out in-state players who have not produced.
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.
Hogs: Greenlaw, Wise return as D difference makers; legend coaches Hokie D
Hogs brace for another jumbo, dual-threat QB in Belk Bowl; walk-on OG Gibson earns scholarship, more notes
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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