Razorback News for January 17th

Matt Jones hasn't picked up a football since the Cotton Bowl. He won't anytime soon. The apparent heir to Arkansas' starting quarterback job with the departure of Zak Clark has his mind solely on basketball for now. "I just don't want to think about football right now," said Jones, who shared playing time as a freshman last fall. "I just want to get away for a little bit.

The apparent heir to Arkansas' starting quarterback job with the departure of Zak Clark has his mind solely on basketball for now. "I just don't want to think about football right now," said Jones, who shared playing time as a...
Log Cabin Democrat
 
If Frank Broyles ever steps down as the University of Arkansas athletics director, I've got a dream successor in mind. Or if Broyles stays on forever -- as seems likely -- and Arkansas ever needs a new marketing director...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Buford (Ga.) defensive end Aaron Scranton wasn't surprised when he opened his mailbox Tuesday. "I got a scholarship offer from Arkansas," Scranton said. "I knew about it a few days ago, but it was still nice...
Morning News
 
An Arkansas team that Sunday lost a 13-point second-half lead to lose at LSU, caught but couldn't exceed a 13-point deficit during Wednesday's second half at home. Thus on Jamel Bradley's driving field goal with 1:04...
NW Arkansas Times
 
Given four chances in the final minute to beat South Carolina or send the game into overtime, Arkansas came up empty. Gamecocks senior guard Jamel Bradley scored the game-winning points on a driving basket with...
Democrat-Gazette
 
All that was visible were his high-dollar shoes, the white ones with red trim, and the black ankle braces. His feet were crossed, one ankle atop the other. But they were motionless. Brandon Dean, still in...
Morning News
 
According to the SEC's baseball coaches, Norm DeBriyn's Razorbacks have nowhere to go but up going into this 2002 season. A vote of the league's 12 coaches in the annual SEC Coaches' poll, predicted a sixth...
NW Arkansas Times
 
With his eyes sagging deep into his young cheeks, J.J. Sullinger looked up and shook his head slowly. About as slowly as it took Arkansas to finally apply pressure, the kind that can burst pipes, against South Carolina in...
Morning News
 
It is a four-letter word that is coming up far too often this season for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Mississippi State started it. Auburn echoed it. LSU used it more than both of them, and in the end it had the Hogs incognito...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Jamel Bradley made two big 3-pointers and then drove for a layup that broke a late tie and gave South Carolina a 62-60 victory over Arkansas on Wednesday night. Rolando Howell's three straight short-range baskets...
Log Cabin Democrat
 
Where to begin? Excuse me, but it took Arkansas about 28 minutes to get into this. And only then because the boisterous Bud Walton crowd of 17,634 basically made them. Twenty-three first-half points. Twenty-three...
Morning News
 
University of Arkansas basketball teams have been labeled streaky before, but the one that hosted South Carolina on Wednesday night at Bud Walton Arena took that to the extreme. At one point, the Razorbacks had hit just...
NW Arkansas Times
 
There's no room to fault the free throw discrepancy this time. After getting 28 less foul shots in a loss at LSU on Sunday, Arkansas received 17 more opportunities than South Carolina in a 62-60 loss Wednesday at Walton...
Democrat-Gazette
 
With 15 seconds left and Arkansas trailing South Carolina 62-60 Wednesday night, Razorbacks coach Nolan Richardson wasn't interested in getting the last shot of the game. He wanted the best shot. He didn't get it...
Morning News

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