Razorback Headlines for July 16th

On the 2002 playing status of Razorback running back Cedric Cobbs and free safety Kenny Hamlin, coach Houston Nutt says the same thing: "We'll wait and see what the court says." In the meantime, one day back from vacation, Nutt is preparing Osceola junior cornerback Bo Mosley to be a free safety when preseason drills officially begin Aug. 15

Starting fourth-year junior free safety Hamlin awaits an Aug. 7 trial in Fayetteville on charges earlier this summer of driving while intoxicated, driving without a valid license, driving without a license plate on his vehicle...
NW Arkansas Times
 
University of Arkansas head football coach Houston Nutt says it is unlikely that he will hand down further punishment to tailback Cedric Cobbs following Cobb's conviction on charges of DWI, speeding and Marijuana...
KFSM Channel 5
 
LSU acknowledged it violated NCAA rules by allowing a university tutor to help a prospective student athlete, but asked the NCAA to reinstate eligibility for the unnamed potential player. The university, in documents...
ESPN
 
Arkansas basketball signee Wenbos Mukubu received some good news Friday. Mukubu's uncle, Celestine Mukubu, said the 6-foot-5, 225-pound shooting guard learned he made a qualifying score on his ACT just in time...
Morning News

The Class of 2003 has the potential to be one of the best ever, at all positions. Offensive linemen with superior ability and size abound. Most of these athletes weigh over 270-pounds, many more than usual weigh over...
CBS SportsLine
 
Cody Clark thinks he's found a home at either Wichita State or Houston. The now former Razorback catcher who grew up in Fayetteville as the son of now former Razorback assistant baseball coach Doug Clark and the...
NW Arkansas Times
 
Kentucky hired Oregon State's Mitch Barnhart on Monday to guide its embattled athletics department, stung the past few years by turmoil off the playing field and failed expectations on it. Barnhart, 42, is credited with...
The Sporting News
 
Florida State Attorney Bill Cervone said there is "no doubt in my mind" that former University of Florida basketball star Teddy Dupay gambled on college sports. Dupay was named as a codefendant in a campus gambling...
USA Today
 
Here's a reminder why signing day is one of the most overhyped events on the sports calendar. February is when schools sign players, but July and August is when schools find out who will really be on campus in the fall...
Fox Sports


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