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MSU enters post-Prescott era

This is the 11th piece of a 12-part series previewing Arkansas' 2016 football opponents. Continue reading...

Pole vaulters' hopes cracked, not broken

The U.S. Olympic Track and Field trials are two weeks off for world class pole-vaulters Sandi Morris and Demi Payne. Continue reading...

UA banks on $105-million athletic budget

Subscriber onlyThe University of Arkansas, for the first time, is operating with an athletic budget exceeding $100 million as it heads into the 2016-2017 fiscal year. Continue reading...

Arkansas catches eye of Louisiana prospects

Subscriber onlyArkansas hosted two defensive linemen from Louisiana on Tuesday and made a strong case in trying to land them. Continue reading...

UA’s Long not buying bubble-bust discussion

Subscriber onlyArkansas Athletic Director Jeff Long has a rosier long-term outlook for the financial futures of major college athletics than some analysts. Continue reading...

Greenbrier pitcher makes memories on the mound

Looks can be deceiving, but 6-foot-4-inch, 205-pound Hunter Milligan throws a baseball just like one would expect — hard and fast. Continue reading...

Satellite camps may change recruiting

Subscriber onlyBecause his excellent column in Sunday's Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette concerned drawbacks to this summer's satellite football camps, Rick Fires' subject changed direction from his lede. Continue reading...

Lawson a finalist for track's top award

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas' Jarrion Lawson is a finalist for the top individual award in college track & field. Continue reading...

Darren McFadden: Injury from slip near pool, not from dropped cellphone

A broken elbow will keep Darren McFadden off professional football fields for at least the bulk of summer, but it didn't keep him from a group of 150 elementary and junior high school students at a Little Rock Air Force Base practice field in Jacksonville on Thursday. Continue reading...

THE RECRUITING GUY: Detroit cousins impressed, surprised by UA visit

Subscriber onlyArkansas offensive coordinator Dan Enos' hard work persuaded two ESPN 300 prospects from Detroit to visit Fayetteville during the Razorbacks' three-day camp this past Sunday through Tuesday. Continue reading...

Many starters returning for LSU this fall

This is the 10th piece of a 12-part series previewing Arkansas' 2016 football opponents. Continue reading...

Lawson nominated for ESPY

Jarrion Lawson is one of five nominees in the Best Male College Athlete category for the ESPYs. Continue reading...

Championship head coaches should be worth more than football assistants

If Chris Bucknam and Lance Harter don’t have agents, they may need to hire them. Continue reading...

Florida hopes Del Rio fixes quarterback problem

This is the ninth piece of a 12-part series previewing Arkansas' 2016 football opponents. Continue reading...

Heiss turns down Cubs, opts to play for Razorbacks

FAYETTEVILLE — He said he was looking for a signing bonus worth a third- or fourth-round pick to forgo college. Continue reading...