Razorback Headlines for July 22nd

The University of Arkansas has extended scholarship penalties for two years after acknowledging to the NCAA that a booster's overpayment to players he employed was more serious than previously stated. A report compiled by the university and the NCAA enforcement staff said violations, earlier characterized as minor, should now be considered major when taken collectively, athletic department spokesman Kevin Trainor said Saturday.

"Although the results of the recent joint inquiry were similar to conclusions reached by the institution two years ago, the summary disposition report includes additional corrective and punitive actions to be implemented by...
ESPN
 
If the committee accepts Arkansas' proposed penalties, the Razorbacks will lose two initial football scholarship offers in each of the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons and two overall, reducing Arkansas' signing classes from 25 to...
Morning News
 
Born in Springdale, Meadors said he has family sprinkled all over the state. He was joined on the trip by his father, Allen Meadors, who recently was inducted into Van Buren's Wall of Honor after playing football for the...
Morning News
 
Notre Dame wide receiver Adarius Bowman attended the Arkansas Seniors Camp and may be moving the Razorbacks up on his list of potential schools. "My top five is North Carolina, Georgia, Ole Miss, Clemson and...
Democrat-Gazette
 
The Ponderosa is now the Charles McClendon LSU Football Practice Facility. Although there are finishing touches left to be completed, a sign honoring the former Tigers coach, who died last winter after a bout with...
ESPN
 
It's late-December and a former Southwest Conference team is preparing for the Cotton Bowl against an opponent with a championship tradition. Two weeks before the Jan. 1 game, a newspaper broke a story alleging...
Morning News
 
Another Georgia recruit didn't make the academic cut to play this season, turning a promising class into a total waste. Unless Wayne Arnold gets his high school diploma before classes at Georgia start Aug. 19, all four of...
USA Today
 
This fall, Mississippi State will be without star recruit Deljuan Robinson, who was diagnosed with a heart problem that is not life threatening but will require surgery. The ailment came to light during an all-star game this...
The Sporting News
 
Without regret, Scotty Thurman is way past his days at the University of Arkansas. It was April 4, 1994, when Thurman's 3-pointer with 51 seconds to play put the Razorbacks ahead for good in the NCAA...
Morning News

Arkansas Razorback senior guard Charles Tatum works out at Walton Arena each day, but since April 15, his workouts have not included jump shots, layups or line drills. What the workouts do include is a great deal...
Democrat-Gazette
 
The family of Eraste Autin, the Florida Gators fullback who collapsed a died last July 25, is contemplating filing a lawsuit against Shands Hospital, where Autin was taken for treatment and eventually died six days after...
USA Today
 
Arkansas freshman Kerri-Ann Mitchell concluded her individual events Friday at the 2002 World Junior Track and Field Championships in Kingston, Jamaica. Having already competed in the preliminary round...
Morning News


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