October 26, 2018 By: Caleb Stewart Aspiring Sports Journalist The young Razorbacks played their first game of the year against Tusculum Friday night. Yes, this was only an exhibition against an opponent that didn’t pose much of a threat, but regardless of the opponent, the players were excited to finally get to play against someone … More Arkansas Defeats Tusculum in First Exhibition Basketball Game of the Season
October 5, 2018 By: Caleb Stewart ASPIRING Sports Journalist The Razorbacks lost a tough one this past week by a small margin that went down to the wire in Jerry’s World. The road gets no easier as the hogs face Alabama who, right now, seems to have little to no weaknesses. Let’s take a look … More After Close Loss to Texas A&M, Hungry Hogs are Back Home Facing the Best Team in the Nation
The Oklahoma City Thunder are without superstar Point Guard, Russell Westbrook due to an arthroscopic surgery on his knee due to stiffness. What does this mean for the OKC offense? We’ll take a look at what impact this will have on the team in both the preseason and early on in the regular season. First, … More What Does the Absence of Russell Westbrook Mean for the Thunder?
After a very disappointing loss to a Colorado State team that, frankly, was not good, the Razorbacks take on a quality opponent in North Texas on the hill. The Razorbacks are favored by only seven points and could, unfortunately, find themselves in a close game. This North Texas team includes familiar faces from Arkansas’ past, … More Razorbacks Have Chance to Get a Much Needed Win Against North Texas
Connor Noland, as many know, was a very highly recruited four-star product out of Arkansas’ own backyard. He has the ability to make solid throws and make good decisions. He also has the underrated ability to scramble and make a play. Noland Impresses Craddock Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach Joe Craddock raved about Noland and … More Connor Noland Earns Third-String Role
The Razorbacks faced their first true test of the season in a game against an opponent that has lost to Colorado and Hawai’i while allowing over 600 yards per game prior to facing the Hogs. Many things went wrong Saturday night for the hogs and many mental decisions were made that put the Razorbacks in … More Razorbacks Respond Poorly to Adversity and Lose Important Game
Well, we are here. It has finally arrived. No more dead season. No more pure garbage time. It is time for week one NFL football. I am starting off this season giving some of my insight into who I think is relevant in tonight’s game to watch and possibly who to keep your eye on … More Week One: Game One: Eagles and Falcons