Razorback News for July 31st

They were always on the brink last fall, always a break or two from big-time, a mishap or two from cellar dweller. Such was the enigma known as the Arkansas Razorbacks, whose strange season winded into the Cotton Bowl, but easily could have ended in the Bowl Championship Series or at 1-10.

"Our goal this year is BCS. Anything less will be a disappointing season," said receiver George Wilson. "We're going to put all our eggs in that one basket. That's where we want to be and it goes through Atlanta (SEC...
Morning News
 
One question became so predictable during Houston Nutt's first eight months as Arkansas' coach that he could see it coming at every Razorback Club appearance. Can you beat SMU? Four years and four bowl games...
NW Arkansas Times
 
The good news is, Arkansas actually has several quarterbacks on campus this summer. Coach Houston Nutt shared some of the bad news Tuesday. ``Ken Hamlin is in jail as we speak,'' Nutt said Tuesday at the SEC...
ESPN
 
Most Georgia fans have been kind to Mark Richt lately, telling him not to fret about the questionable time management decision against Auburn as a rookie head coach. Still, it was an area Richt spent hours during the...
The Sporting News
 
Below is a schedule and the list of coaches and athletes that will be featured at Kickoff 2002 - SEC Football Media Days. SECSports.com will have the latest quotes and notes from Kickoff 2002, as well as 30-minute...
The SEC
 
When Arkansas running back Cedric Cobbs was found guilty of drug and traffic charges earlier this month, his lawyers said they planned to appeal the verdict. On Tuesday, attorney Ronald Davis said Cobbs will make that...
CNNSI
 
Think it would be great to be the head football coach at Arkansas? Why you'd be on TV and radio and all over the papers. You'd wear fancy outfits, make a slew of easy money, get shoulder-slapped silly, call perfect...
Morning News
 
George Wilson was a college football fan growing up, so he knows who Lou Holtz is. But Arkansas' junior split end never imagined Holtz knew who he was. The South Carolina coach cornered the 6-foot-1, 205-pounder...
Morning News
 
This is Georgia's time of year. A hint of hype is in the air. Don't get too excited. The Bulldogs are used to being champions in the summer and frauds in the fall. Their efforts have filled stadiums, raised hopes and...
CBS SportsLine
 
Nick Saban doesn't want his LSU Tigers to be one-year wonders, a team that wins a Southeastern Conference championship then falls off the national college football map. "Way back in February, I presented to the players...
The Sporting News
 
The hot-button issue at Southeastern Conference football media days, attended by more than 500 reporters Tuesday, was about how the SEC — and all of college football — will fill the void created when Steve Spurrier...
USA Today
 
A murmur ran through the room. Houston Nutt had just grabbed every reporter's attention with one sentence. "He's in jail right now," Nutt said. The question had been about Kenny Hamlin. Hamlin, who pleaded guilty...
NW Arkansas Times
 
NCAA investigators interviewed athletes at Mississippi State on Tuesday, the first of what is expected to be two days of fact finding on the campus. The university will not identify athletes being interviewed or sports involved...
CNNSI

Jermaine Brooks celebrated his 23rd birthday on April 11. The next day, his brother died. Brooks found out by phone. His mom called from their home in Pasadena, Calif., to tell him Michael, his older sibling by three...
Morning News
 
When Rohan Davey left LSU, the Tigers didn't just lose a quarterback, they lost their leader. Now, a new quarterback, Matt Mauck, has to prove he can take over that role. He not only has to prove that to LSU coach Nick...
Morning News
 
For Shawn Andrews, this year is more about attitude than ability. A splendid combination of size, strength and nimble feet, Andrews can play. He proved that last year. The question is, will he return to Fayetteville with...
Morning News

South Carolina Coach Lou Holtz is famous for running down his team's chances of being successful, but he had no problem mentioning favorites for the SEC division races this season. "I think Georgia is going to be the best...
NW Arkansas Times
 
With the media rushing him like a blitzing linebacker, Georgia offensive tackle Jon Stinchcomb didn't dodge a single question. In fact, the 6-foot-6, 282-pound senior seemed to relish the attention during the first day of the...
Morning News


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