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One of a kind: Former QBs praise Broyles for innovations

Fred Marshall didn’t waste any time coming up with one word to describe Frank Broyles: Genius.

Broyles enlisted help from Switzer

There is little doubt that Barry Switzer is one of the all-time greats in coaching. He led Oklahoma to three national titles, 12 Big Eight crowns and coached the Dallas Cowboys to a Super Bowl win.

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Broyles coached Hogs to glory days

About 10 years after Arkansas joined the Southeastern Conference, my favorite stumper trivia question involved naming the first Razorback legend to win football player of the year honors in the league.

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Gazzola fulfilled needs for UA sports

Bret Bielema relayed his favorite quote from Pat Gazzola.

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Lunney keeps up helping spirit, aids youths in need

The love of sports can lead to good things in Arkansas. Barry Lunney Sr. knows that from working with young football players. He won eight state championships and finished runner-up three more times during storied runs at Fort Smith Southside and Bentonville.

TD Club reveals speakers for 2017

Arkansas football coach Bret Bielema and athletic director Jeff Long will be joined by former college football coaches Frank Beamer, Bob Stoops, Gary Pinkel and Tommy Tuberville as speakers this year for the Northwest Arkansas Touchdown Club.

Tackles pass the eye test

With only 20 minutes of individual drills, there really wasn’t much to see in that little taste of the first Arkansas football practice Thursday afternoon. I did focus on some of what I think will be the key components for this season — the offensive tackles.

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Transplated trout a success

Volunteer effort populates Ozaerks streams with Bonnevilles

Dreams are coming true on two Arkansas tailwaters almost daily as fishermen catch Bonneville cutthroat trout hatched in the stream beds of the Norfork and White rivers.

Hank’s legacy still fresh in mind

One year ago today, Prairie Grove lost a legend. The town turned out to celebrate the life of Hank French in a wonderful service that’s just as vivid in my mind today as it was then.

Campbell returning for honor

It was a flat-out ruse.

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