Razorback Headlines for August 12th

The new crop of Arkansas football players began filing into the equipment room about noon on Sunday. It was finally time for them to report. Because the Razorbacks' first game is Sept. 7, a week later than the other Southeastern Conference schools, they were the last to welcome newcomers to campus. Watching other teams get started made Sunday's arrival much-anticipated.

"This has truly been the longest wait and we've felt it," said Razorbacks coach Houston Nutt. "Especially about 10, 12 days ago, you felt like, 'Come on, where's the starting gate at? We're ready.' "Boy, you feel like...
Morning News
 
All of Arkansas' scholarship newcomers and five invited true freshman walkons were present or at least accounted for Sunday afternoon's reporting date. The Razorbacks' newcomers get to practice twice a day...
NW Arkansas Times
 
Eustis (Fla.) High School power forward Wesley Green, 6-10, 265, plans to use a strong summer of AAU play to earn a spot on a roster of some major college. Green played for the Central Florida PAL "Force," a team...
Democrat-Gazette
 
A total of 23 Arkansas Razorback newcomers reported on Sunday as UA head coach Houston Nutt and his staff officially began preseason camp. Sunday's reporting group included 21 true freshmen and two junior college...
The SEC
 
Berry Jordan's stay at Arkansas officially ended last week. Jordan finished his summer courses, packed his bags Tuesday and headed home to Jacksonville, Fla. His father, Berry Jordan Sr., said his son hasn't decided...
Morning News
 
Kyle Brunen spends most of his afternoons making bigger and stronger Razorbacks, but these days he's feeling a little like a guinea pig. "I'm kind of going in there like a fighter going into the ring with a blindfold on," said...
Democrat-Gazette
 
Arkansas athletic director Frank Broyles was recovering Saturday from surgery to remove a cancerous prostate gland. Broyles, 77, was doing well following Friday's surgery at the Mayo Clinic, said Arkansas sports...
CBS SportsLine
 
The Code is coming. The signs are all inside the Broyles Athletic Center, where those words are marked in red on 8 1/2 X 11 pieces of paper taped on office doors. The "Code Red" persona that the Arkansas defense...
Morning News


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