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Draft proves SEC still at top of its game

Subscriber onlyLooking at the 2018 NFL Draft and the league that for the 12th consecutive year had the most players drafted – the SEC. Continue reading...

Study a good step in battling NCAA fraud

Subscriber onlyLast week there were ripples across the landscape of college basketball when the Commission on College Basketball revealed findings of its six-month study and laid it at the feet of the NCAA to wake up and take control of one of its sports. Continue reading...

WALLY HALL: Reasons abound to get lost in NFL Draft

Subscriber onlyThis is the day fans of the NFL get to hear 32 of the best players' names called in this year's draft. Continue reading...

WALLY HALL: Rockets show glimpse of why they're scary

Subscriber onlyUntil Monday night, to start the second half to be exact, the Houston Rockets did not look like the team that was going to knockoff powerhouse Golden State and make it to the NBA Finals. Continue reading...

Always good to hear from legendary writer

Subscriber onlyJerry Izenberg called Sunday morning. Continue reading...

Eclectic Hogan lived his passion at UALR

Subscriber onlyIn a restaurant on the 33rd floor of a building in Tokyo, staring at an avalanche of neon, Gary Hogan said quietly that he was thinking about changing careers. Continue reading...

College kickoffs closer to getting the boot

Subscriber onlyWhen the NCAA adopted the new rule that teams can fair catch a kickoff inside the 25, it set off a fiery debate that is the beginning of the end for kickoffs. Continue reading...

WALLY HALL: Crimson Tide can't crack top 10 in this list

Subscriber onlyMaybe it is the time of year, or just that it's Alabama. Continue reading...

UA Board's War Memorial decision is upon us

Subscriber onlyIt is coming. Continue reading...

Oaklawn's season sets with impressive Moon

Subscriber onlyHOT SPRINGS -- It was like Oaklawn Park was giving away something other than fun. Continue reading...

Arkansas Derby field offers a lot to like

Subscriber onlyHOT SPRINGS -- It is more than a solid field that will take the track Saturday for the Arkansas Derby, one of two final point-earning stakes races before the Kentucky Derby on May 5. Continue reading...

WALLY HALL: Most warm to idea of later racing schedule

Subscriber onlyA larger-than-usual crowd had gathered by noon on the first floor of Oaklawn Park. Continue reading...

Don't assume quick fix in Morris' first year

Subscriber onlyChad Morris is not a magician, a miracle worker or a mythical figure. Continue reading...

Controversial Reed a household name now

Subscriber onlyNever in more than 40 years of covering the world of perspiring arts has it been witnessed that a winner of anything was as disliked as Patrick Reed, the 27-year-old who apparently was kicked out of the University of Georgia after one year because his teammates didn't like or trust him. Continue reading...

Fans get chilly glance at Arkansas' new look

Subscriber onlyFans aren't as concerned about where a team plays as how it performs, and about 7,000 of the Razorbacks Nation ignored sleet, cold weather made colder by a stiff wind and overcast skies to get a firsthand look at the future of University of Arkansas, Fayetteville football Saturday at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. Continue reading...