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Arkansas track athletes getting their due

Subscriber onlyIf this were an Olympic or world track and field championship year, Arkansas Razorbacks Jarrion Lawson and Sandi Morris would be representing the United States in front of the world and adding to honors they have already established before the plaza project is completed in the fall just outside John McDonnell Field. Continue reading...

Anderson works on new puzzle

Subscriber onlyNEW ORLEANS -- Arkansas State has earned at least a share of the Sun Belt Conference title in each of the past three seasons and a bowl victory the past two, but it's clear that the Red Wolves enter this season as one of the hunters. Continue reading...

No more drama, please

Bulldogs looking to end string of bad luck

Subscriber onlyIf injuries and bad luck balance out from year to year, the Georgia Bulldogs should be rolling in clover this season. Continue reading...

Liddell's patience pays off

Subscriber onlyJosh Liddell always wanted to play football for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Continue reading...

When it comes to SEC football, nothing's easy

Subscriber onlyTuesday's column was an SEC football trivia quiz, and it was a tough one for almost everyone except a radio guy from Memphis who lives in Arkansas and sometimes appears on a Sunday morning radio talk show with Bill Vickery. Continue reading...

McDonnell statue and plaza to honor coach, champions

Subscriber onlyIn a few months, people will be able to stop by Arkansas' outdoor track and have their picture taken with an eight-foot bronze statue of John McDonnell, the former coach who led the Razorbacks' men's teams to 40 national championships and 84 conference titles in cross country and indoor and outdoor track and field during his 36-year career. Continue reading...

Longhorns coach: Title talk can wait

Subscriber onlyDALLAS -- Charlie Strong riled up plenty of Texas fans during a statewide spring tour by saying the Longhorns wouldn't be in the national championship game. Continue reading...

Turner's request gets OK

Subscriber onlyNEW ORLEANS -- Arkansas State linebacker A.J. Turner has cleared one hurdle in his quest to gain eligibility for the 2014 season, but more remain for the transfer from the University of Arkansas. Continue reading...

ASU linebacker heads up SBC's preseason defense

Subscriber onlyArkansas State has been led to the top of the Sun Belt Conference the past three seasons by offensive-minded head coaches, but it was the Red Wolves' defense that headlined the league's preseason awards announced Monday. Continue reading...

Nine fine, but coach eyes more

Subscriber onlyThe previous eight coaches who took over Vanderbilt's football program prior to Derek Mason inherited teams coming off losing seasons , including six seasons with two or fewer victories. Continue reading...

Petrino has lots to prove

Coach: My mistakes are lesson for players

Subscriber onlyBobby Petrino turned Louisville into a top-10 team nearly a decade ago. Continue reading...

Time to test your knowledge of SEC football

Subscriber onlyBelieve it or not, most of the country is about to be in the deepest part of the dog days of summer, as far as football goes. Continue reading...

Top North Carolina back set to visit Razorbacks

Subscriber onlyArkansas Coach Bret Bielema and staff will be busy this week with an Elite Camp on Thursday and hosting several prospects on unofficial visits. Continue reading...

Luncheon kickoff set for Aug. 22

Subscriber onlyThe Arkansas Razorbacks football kickoff luncheon will take place Aug. 22 at the Northwest Arkansas Convention Center in Springdale, the university's athletic department announced Monday. Continue reading...