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A Quarter Century of Hogs in the SEC: 2000 Cotton Bowl win over Longhorns

Subscriber onlyArkansas Razorbacks Coach Houston Nutt already was nervous about playing Texas in the Cotton Bowl. Continue reading...

Florida goes 1 up; LSU not giving in

Subscriber onlyOMAHA, Neb. -- Florida got a dominant performance from Brady Singer, a big defensive play when LSU was threatening and just enough offense. Continue reading...

Gafford, Garland hit court

Subscriber onlyArkansas Razorbacks freshman basketball players Daniel Gafford and Khalil Garland have been medically cleared and are participating in summer workouts with the team, Coach Mike Anderson said Monday. Continue reading...

Hogs gave Horns a beating to remember

Subscriber onlyIt was a magical day in the kingdom known as the Cotton Bowl. Continue reading...

Current, former Razorbacks dot national rosters

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Razorbacks track and field program will be well represented at the World Championships Aug. 5-13 in London. Continue reading...

25 for 25: Your say

Subscriber onlyFifteen panelists for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette voted on the top 25 most memorable football games for the Arkansas Razorbacks since they moved to the SEC for the 1992 season. More than 80 games were considered. Over the next two months, our writers will count down from No. 25 to No. 1, providing insight into what made these games special, for better or worse. We also want to hear from our readers. Below are the 25 games that made the countdown, with the games that have not been revealed listed in chronological order. Please mail or email us your rankings 1-25. Your No. 1 game will receive 25 points, No. 2 will receive 24 points and so on. Also, write us a couple of sentences on some or all of the games. If we get enough, we will run selected responses when we unveil the readers’ choice list at the end of our countdown. Include your name and phone number so we can verify the comments if we choose to publish them. Send mail submissions to Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Attn. Jason Yates/Sports, 121 E. Capitol Ave., Little Rock, AR 72201. Or email jyates@arkansasonline.com or go to arkansasonline.com/SEC25. Continue reading...

Singer Ks 12, Gators go 1 up on SEC rival

Subscriber onlyOMAHA, Neb. -- Brady Singer struck out a career-high 12 in seven innings, Jonathan India doubled in two runs, and Florida beat LSU 4-3 in Game 1 of the College World Series finals Monday night. Continue reading...

SEC, SEC: Florida, LSU face off

Subscriber onlyOMAHA, Neb. -- The matchup for the College World Series finals certainly bolsters the case for those who say the best baseball in the land is played in the SEC. Continue reading...

SEC excellence extends far beyond gridiron

Subscriber onlySoutheastern Conference alone doesn’t define the SEC acronym. Continue reading...

VIDEO: Strong finish boosts Lewis

Subscriber onlyA loud cheer greeted fan favorite Stacy Lewis as she walked up the elevated No. 18 green Sunday afternoon at Pinnacle Country Club. Continue reading...

Bielema prepares for latest unknown

Subscriber onlyArkansas Razorbacks football Coach Bret Bielema preaches to his players about the importance of living beyond one's comfort zone. Continue reading...

McFadden deserves spot on Top 50 list

Subscriber onlyIt was interesting to read and difficult to argue with the magazine's best 50 college football players since Athlon Sports began in 1967. Continue reading...

Tigers hang 2 L's on Beavers (56-6)

Subscriber onlyOMAHA, Neb. -- Nothing LSU encounters in the College World Series championship series will be any more daunting than the task the Tigers had to complete to get there. Continue reading...

Lightly recruited, Swanson earned his number

Subscriber onlyFormer Arkansas and All-SEC center Travis Swanson was one of four NFL linemen helping Bret Bielema for the Trench Hog camp. Continue reading...

Faedo fine again; Florida tops TCU

Subscriber onlyOMAHA, Neb. — Alex Faedo pitched three-hit ball for 71/3 shutout innings in a second consecutive strong performance against TCU, and Florida moved to the College World Series finals with a 3-0 victory Saturday night. Continue reading...

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