Razorback News for March 21st

Iggy's a piggy no more. Arkansas' top basketball signee, 6-foot-7 guard Andre Iguodala of Springfield, Ill., has asked for and been granted a release from the national letter-of-intent he signed with the Razorbacks.

Arkansas sports information director Kevin Trainor confirmed Wednesday that Iguodala filed the necessary paperwork earlier this week and UA athletic director Frank Broyles signed off on the documents. It's...
Morning News
 
Today's column was supposed to be fun. It was scheduled to be a fanciful slant on the controversy concerning Nolan Richardson. After the dialogue Monday and Tuesday, there is nothing funny about this right now. It's ugly...
Log Cabin Democrat
 
The University of Arkansas confirmed Wednesday that it had released star basketball recruit Andre Iguodala from the national letter of intent that he signed in November. Iguodala, a 6-7, 200-pound guard, asked for his...
NW Arkansas Times
 
Arkansas Athletic Director Frank Broyles said he believes the Razorbacks' best chance to keep their top basketball signee is to let him go. That's why Broyles has signed the paper work granting Andre Iguodala, a 6-6 guard...
Democrat-Gazette

Arkansas Lady'Back Basketball Coach Gary Blair responded Wednesday to statements about his program allegedly made by Nolan Richardson in a meeting with UA Chancellor John White and Athletic Director Frank...
KFSM Channel 5
 
University officials released a one-paragraph statement for the second consecutive day, noting that Sugg, "continues to review the termination of the employment agreement between the University of Arkansas and...
Morning News
 
We use their names as if we're referring to a close acquaintance. Some of us even buy tiny replicas of the stadiums that bear their names. Yet, few of us know anything about the men and women whose names are affixed to...
Fox Sports
 
Not surprisingly, considering the volumes of documents, legal aspects and ramifications to sift through, University of Arkansas President B. Alan Sugg's decision on Nolan Richardson's review is taking more than a...
NW Arkansas Times
 
University of Arkansas officials have interviewed the two "voices" of Razorbacks football and basketball as the employment review continued for former basketball Coach Nolan Richardson. Paul Eells and Mike Nail...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Arkansas freshman Whitney Lynn and sophomore Peggy Stoner will compete today at the 2002 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships at the University of Texas. "It's a great experience, and a great place to...
Morning News
 
Former South Carolina running back Derek Watson was found guilty of marijuana possession Wednesday, likely ending his chances of returning to the Gamecocks. Watson was dismissed from the team shortly after his...
CBS SportsLine
 
An article from a 1989 edition of the Arkansas Gazette is proudly displayed in the lobby of Little Rock attorney John Walker's office. The headline: "Agitator, educator or both? Perceptions of prominent lawyer John...
Democrat-Gazette

For the seventh-consecutive season, Arkansas and LSU will meet in the "Battle of the Boot" on the Friday (Nov. 29) following Thanksgiving in a game televised by CBS Sports. The Hogs will host the Tigers at War...
Morning News
 
The relationships are becoming more complicated than the brackets. On Wednesday, one day before Indiana and Duke meet in the South semifinal of the NCAA Tournament, Mike Davis, the coach of the Hoosiers...
USA Today
 
Lady Razorbacks basketball coach Gary Blair responded Wednesday to a reference about him in University of Arkansas Chancellor John White's written account of White's meeting with Nolan Richardson and Frank...
Morning News


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