Nick Chickillo (74), Fayetteville senior offensive lineman, practices Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015, at Harmon Stadium in Fayetteville. Chickillo has overcome injury and the loss of his mother to become a leader for the Dogs offensive line.
Football runs deep in Nick Chickillo's family.
High School Sports
Hot Springs Lakeside running back Colt Housley (second from right) is tackled by a host of Little Rock Central defenders during Thursday’s game at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. Central led 42-30 with 2:33 remaining, but a late charge by the Rams resulted in a 44-42 Lakeside victory.
Hot Springs Lakeside trailed by 12 points with less than three minutes remaining Thursday night, but the Rams came back to stun Little Rock Central 44-42 at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
- Charging Wildcats Stadium open for business
- Bryant, Benton take field while dealing with tragedy
- Week 1 schedule
- Rick's Picks: No upset this time for Springdale Har-Ber
- Today's Matchups
- Volleyball: Rogers High sweeps Springdale High in 7A-West opener
- Volleyball: Fayetteville sweeps Rogers Heritage in 7A-West opener
- Har-Ber beats Fort Smith Southside in five games
- Football: Chickillo plays with a purpose
Arkansas defensive coordinator Robb Smith instructs his players Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015, during practice at the university practice field in Fayetteville.
Doubt arises after high rise
The Arkansas defense has its share of doubters.
- Wolves QB needs to bark a bit more
- SEC's big boys ready for their appetizers
- Hope's Agim eager to announce, focus on football
- Top RBs on display in opener
- South Carolina gets picky behind Moore
- ASU linebacker arrested for outstanding warrant
- Boykin fights off pesky Gophers
- Georgia Tech's fast start finishes Alcorn
- Samford's offense slices, dices UCA
New England quarterback Tom Brady had his four-game suspension for a scandal involving deflated footballs overturned by U.S. District Judge Richard Berman on Thursday in New York.
Nullifying suspension deflating loss for NFL
Tom Brady learned Thursday he will start the season on the field after a judge lifted the league's four-game suspension of the quarterback for a scandal over deflated footballs, saying Brady was treated unfairly by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
- Some air let out of Goodell's authority
- Dallas backups drop Houston
- New Big 3 battle for world's No. 1
- Royals rough up Tigers with 20 hits, win 8th in row
- Cards jump on Travs, trim gap to one game
- Murray down but not out, rallies past Mannarino
- Off the wire
- Naturals offense not enough versus Drillers
- Owner: American Pharoah will race again