Razorback Headlines for July 19th

After returning from short vacation, Arkansas football coaches hit the ground running this week in preparation for Houston Nutt's 2002 Seniors Camp which begins this evening. "We're very excited," Nutt said. "This has always been a great recruiting tool for us. We should have a pretty good turnout and, hopefully, a few surprises."

Hundreds of invitations were sent out to the majority of the Razorbacks' top prospects over the past few months and now the UA staff is crossing its fingers, hoping some of the best make the camp. The importance of the...
Morning News
 
Arkansas athletic director Frank Broyles said Thursday he has been watching what he eats and that the new diet has helped in his fight against prostate cancer. Broyles, 77, said Thursday that his latest blood test...
ESPN
 
To soon to say. That was Stan Heath's answer Thursday to a question concerning what he can realistically can expect from his Arkansas Razorbacks basketball team in the 2002-03 season. "We will have a team...
NW Arkansas Times
 
It worked out nicely for Tag Ridings that he was paired with his former University of Arkansas golf teammates, Bud Still and Casey Brown, in the first round of the stop-and-start Fort Smith Classic on Thursday. It gave...
Morning News
 
Defensive tackle Albert Means, the focus of an NCAA investigation into improper recruiting, is academically ineligible to play for Memphis this year. "I am disappointed that the team will be without Albert," Memphis coach...
ESPN

New Madrid County (Mo.) athlete Desmond Sims is one of the more versatile players signed by Arkansas last February. Sims, 6-4, 194, 4.54 seconds in the 40-yard dash, could play wide receiver or free safety at...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Not blessed with a tall lineup next season, Georgia coach Jim Harrick is going to rely on "small ball" next season. "We don't have the size to compete nationally, especially teams in our league like South Carolina and...
Morning News
 
It has long been suspected by opponents and journalists, but never proven, that Nebraska was a hornet's nest of steroid use, turning willing, hard-working farm boys into 300-pound monsters who could bench 550...
CNNSI

The Arkansas Razorbacks' five freshman basketball players are taking advantage of a new NCAA rule to get a head start in the classroom. Jonathan Modica, Eric Ferguson, Kendrick Davis, Rashard Sullivan and...
NW Arkansas Times

Arkansas coaches expect about 250 campers for their Seniors Camp, which begins at 6 tonight with registration in the Walker Pavilion and concludes Saturday morning. "We're expecting a very, very good turnout...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Heath, who guided Kent State to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament last season, still doesn't have an accurate barometer of what he really can expect this fall. But Heath, hired March 28, likes what he sees. Heath was...
Morning News
 
Arkansas freshman sprinter Kerri-Ann Mitchell failed to make it out of the semifinals in the 100-meter dash at the 2002 World Junior Track and Field Championships in Kingston, Jamaica, on Thursday. Mitchell, who was...
Morning News


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