Razorbacks Streak Into Break For Final Exams

FAYETTEVILLE -- He knew his Razorbacks were conditioned. He knew they could handle a four-game, 10-day stretch after returning from the Caribbean, a stretch Arkansas completed with a Monday night victory over Missouri State. But now that the brutal spell is through, and Arkansas has conquered it with four straight victories, first-year coach John Pelphrey feels relieved.
December 4, 2007

Beverley, Ervin Pained By One-Game Suspension

FAYETTEVILLE -- Arkansas guard Patrick Beverley hurt last Friday night, one of those deep in the pit-of-your-stomach pains.
October 31, 2007

Rakestraw Breaks Finger, Out 6 To 8 Weeks

FAYETTEVILLE -- Nate Rakestraw spent the whole summer fine-tuning his body. He lost 26 pounds, giving up all the foods he loves to eat. And he hit the weight room as hard as he ever had.
October 18, 2007

Hogs Trio Resting Little

FAYETTEVILLE — His plastic mask in hand, Sonny Weems slumped back in his sideline chair Saturday. As the final seconds to Arkansas' 72-52 victory over LSU ticked off the scoreboard, Weems enjoyed some rare rest.
January 21, 2007

Hogs Lose Handle

FAYETTVILLE — Considering the way Arkansas carelessly played during most of its 74-72 loss Saturday at Ole Miss, the Razorbacks' frustrating ending seemed quite fitting.
January 14, 2007

Ramar is SEC Frosh of Week

Point guards Gary Ervin of Arkansas and Ramar Smith of Tennessee have been tabbed Southeastern Conference basketball's Player of the Week and Freshman of the Week, respectively, for the week of Jan. 1-7.
January 8, 2007

Lack Of Roles, Confidence Hampering Hogs

FAYETTEVILLE — Effort wasn't the problem. Arkansas coach Stan Heath couldn't identify any players who gave less than 100 percent in the Hogs' 71-56 loss Saturday against Texas Tech.
December 17, 2006