Razorback News for January 18th

Carl Baker had to compose himself as he thought about the play that sealed South Carolina's 62-60 win Wednesday night. The Arkansas forward's eyes were glazed and his voice quivered as he remembered South Carolina senior Jamel Bradley dribbling at midcourt. Baker tried to stay with Bradley, but Bradley slipped around the junior's outstretched arms and got to the baseline to score the go-ahead layup.

"I feel bad," was all Baker could whisper after a few seconds of silence. Certainly the Razorbacks 62-60 loss against South Carolina at home Wednesday can not be pinned on one player's defense before the final...
Morning News
 
Fifteen top football prospects will take their official visits to Arkansas this weekend. The visits will have a definite Texas and Florida flavor since a dozen of the players are from those two states. Among the visitors will be...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Dirk Heinze vs. David Kimani in the men's mile ought to highlight Friday's SEC West Track and Field meet hosted by the Razorbacks and Lady Razorbacks at the Randal Tyson Indoor Track Center. Arkansas...
NW Arkansas Times
 
In the 11 years since Arkansas joined the SEC, no conference team has attempted fewer free throws against the Razorbacks than South Carolina did Wednesday night in Walton Arena. After LSU hit 31 of 38 free...
Democrat-Gazette
 
For a team that just lost by 23 points to Kentucky, playing Arkansas could be the medicine Ole Miss is looking for. The Rebels (13-5, 2-2 Southeastern Conference) are 5-1 against Arkansas in the last three years...
Morning News
 
An early trip to the bench was all Arkansas junior Dana Cherry needed Thursday to turn in one of the best games of her career. Cherry took herself out of the game 6:20 into Arkansas' 76-64 victory over Kentucky. She...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Arkansas guard Teddy Gipson wore one of those deer-caught-in-the-headlight looks. Then he mumbled something. "When we got back into the game, we couldn't get it done." Like the Razorbacks couldn't get it done...
Morning News
 
Arkansas broke out of its SEC slump in a big way Thursday night. Led by a season-high 22 points from Dana Cherry and 18 from Shameka Christon, Arkansas (10-6, 1-3 SEC) ran past Kentucky 76-64 before 3,552 at...
Democrat-Gazette
 
In a scenario reminiscent of last year's first meeting with Kentucky, Arkansas gained some confidence and a much-needed victory in its fourth Southeastern Conference game of the season to put and an end to a...
NW Arkansas Times
 
Call them the "Donut Hogs." There's a big hole in the middle. And that lack of a dominant -- or even consistently effective -- center makes it doubly difficult for Arkansas to reclaim a spot among the nation's elite basketball...
Morning News
 
Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson created a rivalry with Memphis by bolstering his roster with players from that city and taking them home to face the Tigers. It might have been to prove a point or to impress family...
Morning News
 
Daniel Lincoln is pretty confident about his teammates. The Arkansas junior distance runner isn't alone. The Razorbacks' indoor track and field team kicks off its home schedule with the SEC Regional today. The...
Democrat-Gazette
 
What started out as a Roy Kramer-mandated Southeastern Conference quadrangular indoor track meet has grown into a five-team battle on the men's side and a six-way show on the women's side tonight at the Randal...
Morning News
 
Thursday was desperation time for the Arkansas Lady'Backs and both teams knew it. Kentucky just happened to be the other team in town on the wrong night. Thanks to a 17-0 first-half run, Arkansas built a 26-point...
Morning News

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