Razorback News for July 10th

There will be at least one future Razorback at Houston Nutt's Seniors Camp this month, as Dayton, Texas, offensive tackle Kharylake Martin plans to make the trip. Since verbally committing to Arkansas assistant David Lee during the early evaluation period, Martin (6-foot-6, 345 pounds, 5.5 second, 40-yard dash) has been contacted by a handful of college coaches trying to persuade him to break his pledge to the Razorbacks.

"They keep saying that if things don't work out (with Arkansas), then give them a call," Martin said. Don't expect Martin to make that call. However, Martin -- who has received an estimated "400 to 500 letters" from...
Morning News
 
Already armed with food for thought on his diet to combat prostate cancer, University of Arkansas athletic director Frank Broyles takes his battle to Seattle today. Broyles, 77, at Arkansas as either head football coach...
NW Arkansas Times
 
ESPN said Tuesday its second original, made-for-TV movie will be about Kingsland native Bear Bryant's preseason training camp at Texas A&M in 1954. The Junction Boys: How Ten Days in Hell with Bear Bryant Forged...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Georgia recruit Reshard Dudley won't play for the Bulldogs this year after failing to reach minimum NCAA academic requirements. Dudley, a running back from Marianna, Fla., said he will attend Butler Community College...
The Sporting News
 
Frank Broyles, Arkansas' athletic director for the past 29 years, has no plans to step down any time soon despite the recent discovery he has prostate cancer. Broyles, 77, called a news conference Tuesday to thank...
Morning News
 
The decision to cross the Louisiana-Arkansas state line and play his summer ball with the Arkansas Wings AAU organization has turned out to be the best decision of Vakeaton Wafer's young life. "The Wings...
NW Arkansas Times
 
As the brawny boys get ready to report to college campuses, it might seem appropriate to pull out the preseason college football rankings and wrestle with the predictions. Maybe reflect on the players lost to unlawful deeds...
CNNSI
 
Arkansas junior Shameka Christon has earned the right to represent the United States for a second time this summer as a member of the USA Basketball's World Championship for Young Women Qualifying...
Morning News
 
Some day soon the culture shock will hit Mike Slive in the face like a wave of Birmingham humidity. From Conference USA's quiche pan into the fire of the SEC. From the relative anonymity of a seven-year-old, mid-major...
CBS SportsLine
 
"Go long" is more than a pass play when it comes to college football. It now defines the season. With its first game the Jim Thorpe Classic on Aug. 22 and its last the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 3, NCAA Division I-A will play its...
USA Today


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