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Summitt expressed class, grace, humility

Subscriber onlyIt takes great confidence and great ego to be a great coach but greater humility to be a great person. 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...

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...

Timing finally right for Holtz honor

Subscriber onlyTiming, not merit, kept Lou Holtz out of the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor until now. Continue reading...

Board dissent on expansion not total loss

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE — Of all the pros and cons debated before the University of Arkansas board of trustees voted 8-2 on Thursday to approve expanding Reynolds Razorback Stadium, one rationale should disturb all above all. Continue reading...

Lawson, Walder deserve Hall of Fame slot

Subscriber onlyPerhaps Carl Lewis will be a better Hall of Fame barometer for Jarrion Lawson than Lewis has been for Erick Walder. Continue reading...

Internet guess good enough for title

Subscriber only From his Razorbacks winning their first NCAA Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championship, Lance Harter has learned to go with the Flo. Continue reading...

Banner year for UA track and field

Subscriber onlyFully covering in roughly 500 words the University of Arkansas' track and field success last week compares to fully covering Rosie O'Donnell with Beyonce's bikini. Continue reading...

Seniors ready to lead UA women to title

Subscriber onlySince March, seniors Dominique Scott and Taylor Ellis-Watson told their Arkansas Razorbacks teammates to step on second place. Continue reading...

Former Hogs remember Ali fondly

Subscriber only Three former Razorbacks have a great memory of "The Greatest" to share. Continue reading...

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