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Cox Communications to carry SEC Network

Cox Communications announced Wednesday it will carry the SEC Network beginning Aug. 14. Continue reading...

Barrett giving up baseball broadcasts

FAYETTEVILLE — Chuck Barrett, who helped build the Arkansas baseball network from the ground up, will no longer serve as play-by-play voice of the Diamond Hogs. Continue reading...

Lewis, Bradley among latest UA hall inductees

FAYETTEVILLE — Stacy Lewis and Pat Bradley highlight the 2014 University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor class. Continue reading...

Arkansas to face Liberty in Virginia

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas will play Liberty in the first game of the NCAA regionals at 6 p.m. Friday in Charlottesville, Va. Continue reading...

LSU routs Arkansas in semifinals

The Razorbacks' run at the SEC Tournament is over. Continue reading...

Hogs down Ole Miss

Arkansas is 2-0 at the Southeastern Conference Tournament. Continue reading...

Sheehy resigns at JBU

Clark Sheehy resigned as head men's basketball coach at John Brown University on Tuesday to accept the head coaching position at Southwest Baptist University. Continue reading...

Killian leads Arkansas to win

Trey Killian pitched six scoreless innings on five days rest and Arkansas beat Texas A&M 4-0 Tuesday at the SEC Tournament. Continue reading...

Arkansas loses gymnastics coach

FAYETTEVILLE — Rene Lyst was named head gymnastics coach at Arizona State on Monday. Continue reading...

Hogs' QB concerns remain

Passers inconsistent in spring finale

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas fans saw improvement in some areas of Saturday's spring game, but the most scrutinized position remains an area of concern. Continue reading...

Arkansas schedules Saturday doubleheader

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas and Auburn will play a baseball doubleheader Saturday beginning at 4:05 p.m. Continue reading...

Razorbacks unveil uniforms, logo

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas unveiled new uniforms Monday as part of a rebrand stemming from its partnership with NIKE. Continue reading...

Dykes to make $450,000

FAYETTEVILLE — Jimmy Dykes will make $450,000 per year as head coach of the Arkansas women's basketball program. Continue reading...

Dykes to coach UA women

ESPN commentator returns to coaching after 23-year absence

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas made national headlines Sunday when the Razorbacks hired ESPN color analyst Jimmy Dykes to coach women's basketball. Continue reading...

Arkansas sweats one out again against Grambling

Subscriber onlyArkansas beat Grambling State on Tuesday at Baum Stadium, but the 4-3 victory did not come without some tense moments. Continue reading...

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