Razorback News for February 8th

In a lot of ways, the Arkansas Razorback atheletes are the only game in town- but does that mean those players get special treatement when it comes to breaking the law?

That's the question 5News has been asking this week. It's going to be tough for some to accept the answer to that question: No. For the most part, when they run up against the Arkansas legal system, the football Hogs...
KFSM
 
Perhaps the most bizarre signing day situation occurred with Aaron Scranton, a defensive lineman from Buford, Ga. Scranton held the obligatory signing day press conference at his high school on Feb. 6 to...
The Sporting News
 
It's not like Wes Murphy isn't used to waiting. After all, it's been more than a year since the Shiloh Christian School linebacker played in a football game. In the meantime, he's been hitting the weights, working on his...
Morning News

Beggs defensive lineman Charles Walker is among 22 recruits who signed national letters of intent Wednesday with the University of Arkansas. Houston Nutt's Razorbacks got 20 high school seniors and two junior...
Tulsa World
 
Third ranked Tennessee snapped Arkansas' three game winning streak Thursday night in Knoxville in women's college basketball action. The Lady Vols jumped out to 40-29 half time lead and buried the Arkansas women...
KFSM
 
So, I'm sitting around the swimming pool at a Maui hotel, drinking Mai Tais with Bob Stoops and Steve Spurrier the other day… Nothing like a little shameless name dropping -- not designed to make me look important...
ESPN
 
Southside's Chase Pressley and Colby Keesee signed Wednesday to continue their respective athletic careers on the Division I college level, accepting scholarship offers on the first day of the national signing period...
Ft. Smith SW Times Record
 
To compete with the top programs year in and year out, Arkansas is going to have to continue spending money. Arkansas coach Houston Nutt compared the recruiting game to a sport minutes before he announced the...
Morning News
 
With the announcement of NCAA penalties behind him and the 2002 recruiting class finally signed, sealed and delivered, Kentucky coach Guy Morriss was able to exhale Thursday. "It feels like a big elephant has...
Log Cabin Democrat


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