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Depth allows linebackers to trade places

Subscriber only Arkansas' linebacking unit could not have moved its best man from the middle to weakside unless someone else manned up in the middle. Continue reading...

Wallace finds himself on good path

Subscriber only Bret Bielema benefits bringing a tradition of the bygone Bobby Petrino era into the Arkansas Razorbacks' future. Continue reading...

Hogs' comeback cause for celebration

Subscriber onlyBetween national interviews over the phone, Dave Van Horn worked in time Tuesday for an Arkansas-based reporter with others clamoring. Continue reading...

Coach helps players to help themselves

Subscriber onlyWith some, football recruiting doesn't stop once they sign on the dotted line. Continue reading...

Long-haul approach to success proven

Subscriber onlyExpect Coach Mike Anderson to avoid looking for a quick fix to make up for the loss of Bobby Portis and Michael Qualls, and expect Arkansas to be the better for it that he doesn't. Continue reading...

Benintendi's approach at plate big hit

Subscriber onlyAndrew Benintendi's biggest hit among his six hits in three SEC games against Kentucky was an opposite-field poke through the left side Sunday. Continue reading...

Bielema believer in UA walk-ons

Subscriber onlyObviously Bret Bielema couldn't coach those who walked on at Arkansas before he came to Arkansas but that didn't stop him from seething at their plight. Continue reading...

Hogs make smart move at linebacker

Subscriber only Head football coaches usually make personnel position switches in consultation with their assistants. Continue reading...

SEC's basketball reputation takes a hit

Subscriber onlyWith Kentucky beaten, expect the SEC to take a pounding in overall men's basketball merit. Continue reading...

Beliema willing to give guys a chance

Subscriber onlyGive a head football coach a year or two to get entrenched and sometimes a pattern develops of "my guys" and "their guys." Continue reading...

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