Razorback News for April 11th

Nathan Ball completed the lineman's cycle Wednesday. By scrimmaging at center after first-teamer Josh Melton had to leave for a graduate school class, Ball now has either played or practiced at every offensive line spot as a Razorback. The senior from Rogers has played tight end and tackle and has been practicing this spring at left guard before taking a turn at center Wednesday.

"We wanted to get a look at him as an insurance policy," Coach Houston Nutt said. "That first day he had no fumbled snaps." With Dan Doughty and Caleb Perry also battling at center, Nutt and offensive line coach Mike...
NW Arkansas Times
 
Speculation that Razorback guard Charles Tatum had torn three knee ligaments instead of two proved correct on Wednesday as doctors performed lengthy surgery on Tatum's right knee. Team trainer Dave...
KFSM Channel 5
 
Arkansas guard Charles Tatum underwent lengthy surgery on his right knee Wednesday afternoon and the procedure revealed three torn ligaments and a cartilage tear. "He did a job on that knee, that's for sure," Arkansas...
Morning News
 
Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer has a nice problem in that he may have too much talent at tailback. He and his staff are sorting through a trio of promising sophomores: Jabari Davis, Cedric Houston and Derrick...
The Sporting News
 
It appears that new University of Arkansas basketball coach Stan Heath is not only going to be looking at recruits this weekend in Houston that can help him in the years to come, but one that might just help out next season...
NW Arkansas Times
 
For a man who has a monumental challenge ahead of him, new University of Arkansas head basketball Coach Stan Heath still seems as cool as the other side of the pillow. Or at least he did Tuesday morning in his new...
Democrat-Gazette
 
LSU football player Nate Livings was tutored in violation of NCAA rules, a former school tutor said. Shannon O'Bryan said she was paid by LSU to tutor at the university's Academic Center for Student-Athletes last...
The Sporting News
 
The defensive line is thinner than Arkansas coach Houston Nutt would like, but it was nonetheless a wall Wednesday in the final scrimmage before Saturday's Red-White game to end spring practice. The unit allowed...
Morning News
 
Two Arkansas basketball signees will determine their own future Saturday in South Florida. Wenbos Mukubu, a 6-foot-5, 215-pound small forward from North Miami Beach, and Brandon Tobias, a 6-7, 215-pound...
Log Cabin Democrat
 
Ten runs including two home runs lifted the University of Arkansas to a pair of wins at the 2002 Border War in Fayetteville Wednesday. Arkansas, 27-20 overall, downed Oklahoma State (24-13) 3-0 in the opener and...
NW Arkansas Times
 
You don't have to live in Fayetteville long to realize that when it comes to weather, sometimes it seems you can experience all four seasons in the same day. Arkansas Coach Lance Harter and the Lady Razorbacks...
Democrat-Gazette


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