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Marty Cook

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Gamecocks defense grits and snares it

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas opened Saturday’s game against South Carolina with a long scoring drive, but Gamecocks Coach Steve Spurrier made his point as well on the drive. Continue reading...

No brainer

Subscriber onlyThere are certain sacrifices Doug Loughridge is willing to make, but not getting in amongst the offensive linemen and coaching isn’t one of them. Continue reading...

Travelers get rolling, cruise

Correa ends skid, puts away Naturals with offensive help

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE — Arkansas Travelers right-hander Manny Correa just needed a little confidence boost, and 10 early runs seemed to do the trick. Continue reading...

Taking the plunge

Subscriber onlySELF PORTRAIT Date and place of birth: March 12, 1966 in Baton Rouge, La. Occupation: Cofounder /president, HP Engineering Inc. Family: Wife Shannon; daughters Maegan and Tori, son David The best advice I ever received was “Do the right thing,” from my dad, Dewain, a retired judge. He told a lot of people to do the right thing. Something people might be surprised to learn about me is I was an exchange student in Japan one summer in high school. That was awesome. What my friends say about me: “He’s an engineer with a personality.” That’s not often said about engineers. The question I’m most often asked is “How much is this going to cost me?” The guests at my fantasy dinner party would be the group from Duck Dynasty: Jase, Phil, Willie. And Si. If I had an extra hour each day I would spend it with my family. I wish I was better at driving on the highway. My wife says I’m a terrible driver. If I won the lottery I would retire and travel. How I unwind: I take my son to the range. We shoot handguns and throw skeet Continue reading...

Sluggish Razorbacks survive Bearkats scare

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Practice games are over for Arkansas. Continue reading...

Arkansas women’s coach embracing unknowns

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas Coach Tom Collen will rely heavily on his so-called unknowns this year. Continue reading...

Tesfaye loses way, paces UA

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas’ women’s teams gave local fans something to cheer about Saturday morning at the Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival. Continue reading...

Wilson schools young Wildcats

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Kentucky found out what a seasoned quarterback can do against a young secondary. Continue reading...

Siloam bones up on Watson Chapel

Subscriber onlySPRINGDALE — SPRINGDALE — Siloam Springs Coach Bryan Ross joked he wouldn’t mind if the Panthers opened their season Friday instead of tonight. Continue reading...

Gather 'round, it's Storey time

Ty Storey is no late bloomer. Continue reading...

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