Razorback News for January 31st

Alabama basketball coach Mark Gottfried blamed his team's loss to Arkansas in Tuscaloosa last year for keeping the Tide out of the NCAA tournament. His players came into the Arkansas game Wednesday night looking for revenge. Alabama opened the game with a 12-0 run. The Hog's senior guard Brandon Dean was shut down getting off just one shot in the first half.

"We were outplayed and out hustled," said Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson after the game. The Razorbacks made a game of it for a while. A 20-9 run got them to within a point at 21-20 midway through the first...
KFSM Channel 5
 
A chain restaurant's Alabama locations have a promotion where they give away a large pizza with the purchase of one if the Crimson Tide scores 90 or more points...
Democrat-Gazette
 
This one got ugly early and stayed ugly all night long for Arkansas.The 109-94 whipping the Razorbacks took at No. 7 Alabama on Wednesday night does not fully demonstrate the pounding the Crimson Tide delivered...
Tulsa World
 
Pargo rolls up 33, but it's not enough - Jannero Pargo had another 30-point game Wednesday night, but it didn't add up to another upset of a top 10 team for Arkansas...
Democrat-Gazette
 
The Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium has become one of the elite complexes in college football giving the Hogs a professional stadium atmosphere in a college town. Head coach Houston Nutt will always get...
Fox Sports
 
UA notes: Tide's total runs near top of list - The 109 points the Razorbacks gave up to Alabama was the most since they lost to UNLV 112-105 during the 1990-91 season.
Democrat-Gazette


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