Razorback News for February 26th

The University of Arkansas self-reported a secondary NCAA violation on Monday, four days after assistant football coach Mike Markuson inadvertently broke a rule by saying the name of a recruit on a statewide radio show.

Markuson mentioned Wynne recruit DeAngelo Williams, who has since signed with Memphis, while answering a caller's question about running backs. Schools generally receive no more than warnings for such minor...
Morning News
 
University of Arkansas basketball coach Nolan Richardson has banned reporters from his practices and has limited their access to both himself and his players. Richardson announced the policy change at his Monday...
KFSM Channel 5
 
Two days after stating the powers at the University of Arkansas "can take the job tomorrow," Razorbacks basketball coach Nolan Richardson said Monday he believes he's entitled to a subpar season. "I've earned the...
Tulsa World
 
There's no doubt Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson has been hard on guard Jannero Pargo. It was just a week ago he criticized the senior for rushing a shot at the end of a 67-63 loss against LSU. Richardson...
Morning News
 
"The No. 1 thing that's talked in our deal is that the greatest thing going for the University of Arkansas is Nolan Richardson. Secondly, all the key football players talk to Nolan Richardson. Why?" Richardson asked...
USA Today
 
Despite a controversial comment after Arkansas' 71-58 loss at Kentucky, Nolan Richardson said Monday he doesn't plan on leaving now and has "earned the right to have the type of season I'm having." The Razorbacks...
Morning News


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