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Frankie Frisco

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Moon's match play victory clinches player of the year

Subscriber onlyElizabeth Moon knows what it's like to win on the big stage. Continue reading...

Liddell's patience pays off

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

Second Thoughts

Subscriber onlyHawk grants fan's request by teeing off The Green Bay Packers report for training camp next week, so Aaron Rodgers and A.J. Hawk spent their final free weekend in Lake Tahoe, Calif., playing in the American Century Championship Celebrity Golf Tournament. Continue reading...

Second Thoughts

Subscriber onlyPoor Mick can't get no satisfaction Blame Mick Jagger for Brazil's loss to Germany in the World Cup semifinals. Continue reading...

New UA receiver confident he will catch on quickly

Subscriber onlyIt will be hard to miss some of Arkansas' new receivers when football practice rolls around in the fall. Continue reading...

McNulty shoots for third in row

Subscriber onlyWhite Hall's Wes McNulty has made the Arkansas State Golf Association Stroke Play Championship his the past two years, and he isn't planning on giving up his reign anytime soon. Continue reading...

Jenkins, 44, rallies, sighs after 6th title

Subscriber onlyA 30-foot birdie putt on the 13th hole put Chris Jenkins back in position to win a record-tying sixth Fourth of July Classic championship Sunday at War Memorial Golf Course. Continue reading...

Big victory in bag, Lewis eyes British

Subscriber onlyThe week off between the LPGA Northwest Arkansas Championship and the British Open is coming at the perfect time for world No. 1 Stacy Lewis. Continue reading...

Lewis' 65 turns up hog calls

Subscriber onlyStacy Lewis was the hunter a week ago at the U.S. Open, shooting a 4-under 66 on the final day but falling two strokes short of eventual champion Michelle Wie. Continue reading...

Wie falls flat with 2-over 73 as whirlwind week takes toll

Subscriber onlyROGERS -- Michelle Wie mentioned often while she was in town for the LPGA Northwest Arkansas Championship that she was tired from the hoopla surrounding her U.S. Open championship victory in Pinehurst, N.C. Continue reading...

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