Monday, July 24, 2006

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Thursday, July 20, 2006

McFadden, Olajubutu, Jones Named Coaches' Preseason All-SEC Arkansas Football Places 12 on SEC Coaches’ Preseason All-SEC Teams
The Hogs had three first-team selections with running back Darren McFadden on offense, linebacker Sam Olajubutu on defense and return specialist Felix Jones on special teams.

Defensive tackle Keith Jackson was a second-team selection along with offensive guard Stephen Parker. Four Razorbacks were named to the third-team defensive squad, including end Jamaal Anderson, linebacker Freddie Fairchild, defensive backs Michael Grant and Randy Kelly. Fullback Peyton Hillis and offensive linemen Robert Felton and Zac Tubbs were third-team offensive selections.
Also: SEC Coaches Pre-Season All-SEC Team Announced

Monday, July 17, 2006

Go Big...And Run?

AP: Razorbacks look to big men, Ervin after losses on perimeter
Basketball season is still a few months away, so forgive Stan Heath if he's not sure how his lineup will look.

Arkansas is still trying to figure out how to replace Ronnie Brewer and Jonathon Modica, its top two scorers from 2005-06.

"I'm not sure who my returning starters are right now," Heath said Monday. "We lost quite a bit."
Also: SEC Basketball Coaches Press Conference
Nate Allen: McGehee's Washington eligible to join Hogs
Bob Holt: Heath's contract extended New look Razorbacks still contenders

Updated 7/18/06 8:40 a.m. - Added additional links.

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Football Pre-Season Camp Schedule Razorback Game-Rehearsal Scrimmage Set for Aug. 19
Arkansas head coach Houston Nutt and the 2006 Razorback football team are inviting Razorback fans to get prepared for the upcoming season by attending a game-rehearsal scrimmage on Aug. 19 at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Arkansas players report for pre-season camp on Thursday, Aug. 3, with the first practice set for Saturday, Aug. 5. The Razorbacks open the 2006 season on Sept. 2 against the USC Trojans at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. The game will kick at 7:45 p.m. CT and will be televised by ESPN.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Brewer Drafted By Utah Jazz

Ryan Aber: Brewer Headed To Utah
Ronnie Brewer became the 11th Arkansas player to be drafted in the first round in the NBA Draft on Wednesday night, when he was selected No. 14 by the Utah Jazz.
Also: Brewer Goes 14th to Utah in First Round of NBA Draft Brewer Jazzed (subscription)
Scott Cain: All jazzed up
Nate Allen: All that Jazz
AP: Jazz take Arkansas guard Ronnie Brewer
The Salt Lake Tribune: Surprise, surprise, But can the 'shooting guard' shoot?, Brewer looks a lot like Snyder
AP Photos: Ronnie Brewer, Ronnie Brewer, Jerry Sloan
Getty Images: Ronnie Brewer / David Stern, Utah Fans, Ronnie Brewer

Updated 6/29/06 7:50 a.m. - Added additional links.

Saturday, June 17, 2006

Ewing, Arnold Leave Baseball Team

Just a little over a week after being named a Freshman All-American, Mike Capshaw writes in today's Morning News that Razorbacks second baseman James Ewing is leaving the team. Outfielder Clint Arnold is also leaving to pursue more playing time at another school.

Ewing was apparently unhappy being separated from his twin brother Michael Ewing, who plays for Southern Mississippi. According to the article, James is planning to reunite with him at Hattiesburg.

As anyone will tell you who watched the Diamond Hogs this year, losing Ewing is a devastating blow. The future success of next season's team just got a little more cloudy for Dave Van Horn and his staff.

Friday, June 16, 2006

Heath Hires Cyprien as Assistant Cyprien Named Assistant Basketball Coach
New Mexico State associate head coach Glynn Cyprien has joined the Arkansas Razorback basketball staff as an assistant, head coach Stan Heath announced on Friday.
"When I started this process, I decided to take my time and find not only the best candidate, but someone who could make an impact on our program," Heath said. "Glynn has a wealth of experience and he has worked for several great coaches, including Eddie Sutton. He has a lot of energy and excitement, and he relates to the players."

Alex Abrams: Heath Fills Staff With Cyprien
Scott Cain: Arkansas chooses Cyprien

Updated 6/17/06 11:35 a.m. - Added additional links.