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Pro day always a reminder of what could have been

What might have been is the feeling that hits me every pro day. It happened again Wednesday while watching Dominique Reed glide down the field for perfectly thrown deep passes from quarterback Brandon Allen.

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Rhode Island tops Diamond Hogs in series finale

Arkansas won the series, but Rhode Island won the series finale Sunday.

Hogs can find cure in switch to 3-4

What is the 3-4 defense? How will it help Arkansas change its fortunes in the SEC following a 7-6 season in which it allowed 39 rushing touchdowns?

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Jackson has knack for making instant impact

Todd Eskola paused before delivering the biggest line of the day. Clearly, the veteran Joe T. Robinson football head coach knew he was about to give a show-stopping quote.

Team Mort needs you

Team Mort probably added a few more prayer warriors Thursday at Cross Church in Rogers.

Pitching, victory electrifies in Hogs’ opener

Electricity was in the air at Baum Stadium on Friday. It was buzz, buzz, buzz as pitcher Blaine Knight lit up the radar gun that displays on the scoreboard.

Time for shooting ducks and Hog talk

I felt for Bret Bielema this week. He coughed his way through a speech at the Baxter County Razorback Club in Mountain Home. He could only finish with the assistance of a cough drop.

Flowers’ success no shock to father

What number Trey Flowers wears may not be a big deal anymore. So it probably wouldn’t be a motivational tool ahead of the Super Bowl for the New England brain trust to change his No. 98.

Diamond Hogs embrace TrackMan

There was an Arkansas baseball fall scrimmage with a towering fly ball down the line that went over the wall in left field. It was fair for a good bit, then twisted foul at some point.

Even Scientific Rocket Can See Ford Deserving of Honor

Danny Ford came to Arkansas with a reputation for not spending time with the media.

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