Razorback News for June 5th

Arkansas coach Houston Nutt and student life coordinator Rodger Hunter are more concerned with the personal issues contributing to junior free safety Ken Hamlin's Friday morning arrest for driving while intoxicated than the immediate impact on his playing time this fall.

"We are here to help young men by whatever means are necessary," Hunter said. "We're not here to kick a person off the team." Hamlin, who was indefinitely suspended from the team Monday, met with Nutt and Hunter...
Morning News
 
Houston Nutt didn't sleep much Monday night. Too much hurt and disappointment. Too much caring. He was supposed to be off Tuesday. He wasn't. Too much to do in the face of a crisis. Nutt is a player's coach. He...
Democrat-Gazette

Nutt said he hoped Hamlin would take the time to think about making better choices. "I'm hopeful that Ken will take this opportunity to re-evaluate his priorities and make positive choices regarding his future both...
The Sporting News

Most baseball teams prefer being the home team. Arkansas may be an exception. After last weekend's offensive outburst in Wichita, Kan., the Razorbacks probably wouldn't mind being the visiting team in each of its...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Clemson hits hard and pitches maybe a little soft. Part II of that Clemson rap sheet may prove harder for Arkansas than Part I. Norm DeBriyn's Razorbacks visit Clemson, S.C. Friday night, Saturday night and, if...
NW Arkansas Times

Eric Hinske, a former Arkansas Razorbacks player, hit two home runs and fellow rookie Justin Miller pitched seven innings of three-hit ball as the Toronto Blue Jays won their season-high fifth consecutive Tuesday night...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Mississippi State's opponents haven't heard the last clang of a cowbell at Scott Field. Southeastern Conference university presidents voted last week to penalize the home team if fans use artificial noisemakers during games...
The Sporting News
 
It may have been a down year for Arkansans in the Major League Baseball first-year player draft, but a couple of potential new professionals couldn't be happier. Arkansas-Fort Smith freshman pitcher Adam Harben was...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Unsophisticated college football fans may think Nebraska's offense simplistic, but in reality it was one of the nation's most intricate under Tom Osborne. If Frank Solich can utilize an array of talented young speedsters...
The Sporting News

Terry Don Phillips resigned as athletic director at Oklahoma State on Tuesday to take the same position at Clemson. Phillips will replace Bobby Robinson, who is retiring on June 30 after 17 years at Clemson. Phillips...
Democrat-Gazette


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