Razorback News for April 24th

Kenny Sandlin and Shannon Money spent three years together in the trenches at Arkansas. Now the offensive linemen may end up playing next to each other in the NFL. Both have reached a free-agent agreement with the Carolina Panthers -- Sandlin as a center, Money as a guard -- and they'll leave for their first mini-camp in the next few days.

"I've always said all I could ask for was a chance to get somewhere," Sandlin said. "This is what I got. It's a great feeling to know that I'm going to have that chance now. I'm just going to go out and make the most of it...
Morning News
 
A few inches either side, and maybe Arkansas would be 9-0 in Fayetteville against Gene Stephenson's Wichita State Shockers. But pinch hitter Patrick Woodruff's ninth-inning, two-out line drive rocketed directly to WSU...
NW Arkansas Times
 
While watching Monday night's HBO interview with Arkansas' former basketball coach, I felt pity for Nolan Richardson. That sentiment didn't arise because Richardson isn't the Razorbacks hoops coach after 17...
Morning News
 
Gene Stephenson, who has won 1,311 games in 25 seasons as Wichita State's baseball coach, finally went home a winner from Arkansas. The 13th-ranked Shockers held on to beat the Razorbacks 3-2 Tuesday...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Don't expect Arkansas assistant James Shibest to spend much time this season recruiting at Hutchinson Community College, unless he's there to evaluate freshman. The Red Ravens top sophomores this season were...
Morning News
 
Corliss Williamson went from not coming off the bench at all to winning the NBA's Sixth Man Award on Tuesday. "I felt pretty bad not playing the first two games, but things definitely turned around," said Williamson, the...
Democrat-Gazette
 
In the spring of 1991, Georgia quarterback Eric Zeier jump-started a record-setting career, and by the mid-1990s the trend was growing. When the last of spring practices around the country wrap up Saturday, at least...
USA Today
 
Arkansas had just four hits Tuesday but when two came in the ninth inning, Wichita State coach Gene Stephenson feared the worst. "As many times as I've been snakebitten in this town, you bet I was worried," Stephenson...
Morning News
 
Tennessee had a very good football season last year, but it wasn't great. The Volunteers went 11-2, but after having 10 players taken in the NFL Draft last weekend, there is one big question, how in the world did they...
Democrat-Gazette
 
His name may be hard to pronounce, but Wichita State's Mathew Jakubov proved his fastball was hard to hit in the Shockers' 3-2 victory against Arkansas on Tuesday in Baum Stadium. "Pretty much everybody has...
Morning News


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