Razorback News for May 3rd

You can see why Houston Nutt is in hog heaven in Fayetteville. The Razorbacks play eight home games. And four of those are against non-conference marshmallows Boise State, South Florida, Troy State and Louisiana-Lafayette.

Throw in a visit from SEC East powderpuff Kentucky, and Arkansas is almost bowl eligible. But before that can happen, the Hogs will have to roll up their sleeves and play someone with a pulse -- home vs. Alabama...
Sporting News
 
Alabama and Kentucky are on probation. The Gators lost their Spur Dog. Nolan Richardson made sure he trashed the Arkansas football program on his way out the door. Tennessee lost a couple of scholarships in the Eric...
CBS SportsLine
 
The medical condition that has bothered Arkansas linebacker Caleb Miller since last summer is no longer a mystery. A doctor diagnosed the lower abdominal condition as something similar to a hernia, and Miller will have...
Democrat-Gazette
 
The San Francisco Bowl, Hawaii Bowl and Queen City Bowl received certification and 25 other bowl games were renewed for the 2002-03 season this week by the NCAA. The NCAA's Football Certification...
ESPN
 
Arkansas coach Stan Heath has been busy since his hiring March 28. Heath has taken his job by storm and seems to relish the opportunity that lies ahead by hitting the recruiting road where it needed to be hit. That means...
Morning News
 
This time the Razorbacks didn't publish a post-spring football practice depth chart with enough "ors" to propel a Viking ship. There's only one "or" position on offense: Quarterback. Coach Houston Nutt and quarterbacks...
NW Arkansas Times
 
Just when it appeared that every mediocre football team could play in a bowl game, the NCAA decided Thursday to let more programs get into the postseason act. The NCAA certified the San Francisco Bowl, Hawaii...
Fox Sports
 
Losing four seniors, J.J. Sullinger to transfer and Charles Tatum to injury is a big hit for the Razorback basketball program, but the veteran players under new head coach Stan Heath have embraced a positive attitude,,,
Arkansas Traveler
 
Football recruiters don't always make a stop at Parkin High School, but Terin "Herman" Washington has coaches checking their map to see where the eastern Arkansas school is. Washington, 6-3, 202, 4.5 in the 40-yard...
Democrat-Gazette
 
One Arkansas signee isn't coming and a potential recruit might or might not take his scheduled visit to the Razorbacks. Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard combo forward Brandon Tobias, 6-7, 212, has asked for his release from...
Democrat-Gazette


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