Arkansas coach Bret Bielema motions from the sideline during a game against Texas A&M on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, in Arlington, Texas.
Bret Bielema expects to have five good weeks of spring practice, and part of the reason why is the indicators he picked up on during an eight-week program.
High School Sports
Sophomore Issac McBride averaged 20 points per game this season and helped lead Baptist Prep to its second consecutive state championship. He scored 20 points in the Class 4A championship game and was named the tournament MVP.
McBride steps up his role once again
Issac McBride embraces every role sent his way.
- Softball: Bentonville's early game pays off against Greenwood
- Basketball: Gafford headlines All-Arkansas Preps team
- All-NWADG Basketball Division I Team
- All-NWADG Basketball Division II Team
- The right call
- ALL-ARKANSAS PREPS BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Gafford sets music aside enough to be state’s player
- ALL-ARKANSAS PREPS GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Williams shows skills at home and abroad
- All-Arkansas Prep teams
- Softball: Cornell adds more power to Lady Tigers' lineup
North Carolina forward Luke Maye (32) shoots the winning basket over Kentucky's Isaiah Briscoe (13) in the second half of the South Regional final game against Kentucky in the NCAA college basketball tournament Sunday, March 26, 2017, in Memphis, Tenn. The basket gave North Carolina a 75-73 win. (AP Photo/Brandon Dill)
For 40 minutes, it was two of the most storied basketball programs in college basketball going at it like heavyweights with multiple titles on the line.
- Moses Kingsley will play in Final Four all-star game
- Diamond Hogs cancel Wednesday game
- WholeHog Minute, Tuesday
- Bielema: Offseason good sign for spring
- Anderson: Success not a fluke for Razorbacks
- Hawks' Hog Five eager for reunion in Real Deal
- Plum unanimous All-America pick
- South Carolina shows off moves, marches on
- No question: UConn in Final Four
The Associated Press RAIDER RELOCATION: Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis, center, meets with Raiders fans after speaking at a meeting of the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee on April 28, 2016, in Las Vegas. The Raiders filed paperwork Thursday to move to Las Vegas.
PHOENIX — NFL owners approved the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas at the league meetings Monday.
- NFL goes all in on Las Vegas Raiders
- All bets off for Raiders in Las Vegas
- One move too many, say Raiders fans
- Molina extension talks on clock
- Bryant: Cubs find winning 'addictive'
- Nationals seek playoff success
- Oaklawn changes: Smith GM, Jackson senior VP
- Johnson unfazed in Match Play run
- ROAD TO THE DERBY