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Center fielder takes lead for Razorbacks

Subscriber onlyTyler Spoon knows he is in Arkansas, not Alaska, but this season is taking him back to his playing days for the Anchorage Glacier Pilots. Continue reading...

Vandy’s dandy up first

Subscriber onlyOne first-round pick in the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft didn’t sign professionally. Continue reading...

UA getting more from 3 after season of learning

Subscriber onlyArkansas needed help from junior college defenders Martrell Spaight, Tiquention Coleman and Carroll Washington in its thin ranks last season, so all three saw moderate playing time while still learning to adjust to major college football. Continue reading...

Former Maumelle guard turning heads in Dallas

Subscriber onlyDallas Prime Prep Academy sophomore guard Deshawn Williams is coming back home to play in the Real Deal in the Rock, which starts today and runs through Sunday. Continue reading...

State sports briefs

Subscriber onlyBASKETBALL Johnson added to UA women’s staff Chris Johnson has been hired as an Arkansas women’s basketball assistant coach to complete the full-time staff. Continue reading...

Pitching gives Hogs shot at second-half surge

Subscriber onlyEverybody is still in contention at the halfway point of the SEC baseball schedule. Continue reading...

Ollison gets shot, keeps his guard up

Subscriber onlyArkansas offensive lineman Grady Ollison offered a blunt assessment of his play in last Saturday’s scrimmage. Continue reading...

Guard pushes back signing with Hogs

Subscriber onlyArkansas Coach Mike Anderson will have to wait a little longer before he receives junior college point guard Jabril Durham’s national letter of intent. Continue reading...

Allen says more reps will help 2

Subscriber onlyArkansas quarterback Brandon Allen said his brother, Austin, and Rafe Peavey should benefit from an increased workload for the second half of spring practices after position moves put AJ Derby at tight end and Damon Mitchell with the receivers. Continue reading...

State sports briefs

Subscriber onlyCOLLEGE BASKETBALL Clarke, Portis win top player honors Coty Clarke and Bobby Portis shared the most outstanding player award presented Wednesday night at Arkansas’ men’s basketball banquet in Walton Arena. Continue reading...

Allen leading passing attack

FAYETTEVILLE — Bret Bielema left little doubt about the foreseeable future when he said returning starter Brandon Allen had pulled away from the rest of the Arkansas quarterbacks following a scrimmage last week. Continue reading...

Shaking things up

Derby, Mitchell in new spots; coaches pleased

Subscriber onlyJim Chaney sees the position moves executed last week as a win-win situation for the Arkansas offense. Continue reading...

Bottom of lineup, bullpen get it done

Subscriber onlyA balanced offensive attack complemented another strong performance by Arkansas’ bullpen Tuesday night. Continue reading...

Durham eager to make a point

Subscriber onlyArkansas’ men’s basketball team expects to add another point guard today on the opening day of the spring signing period. Continue reading...

Razorbacks coach sticks to his promise

Subscriber onlyOnce harpooned by his signature, a college athlete can face a whale of a time holding those accountable on promises proffered. Continue reading...