The last time these Arkansas Razorbacks won a basketball game so significant a weekend before their next weekend’s game, they proceeded to lay an egg.
In basketball sometimes a scorer scores the most points with his coach by not scoring at all.
Daniel Gafford's eight for eight from the field, 16 points, six shot blocks and seven rebounds in the El Dorado freshman's debut Arkansas start headlined the Razorbacks' 96-79 thumping of 14th-ranked Minnesota on Saturday night at Walton Arena.
Tried and true old adages often conflict.
Until proven otherwise, expect many Razorbacks supporters to believe Monday's announced change in Arkansas athletics directors isn't really a change at all.
Averaging 23.6 points per game, Houston's Rob Gray's offensive prowess captured the most pregame attention.
Now that Darren McFadden has joined Felix Jones in NFL retirement, it perhaps behooves the Razorbacks lettermen and letterwomen of all sports to vote them simultaneously into the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor.
Tuesday's announcement the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, has hired separate search firms in its quest to hire a Razorbacks athletic director and head football coach jogged memories of the last time the school publicly hired a search firm in the quest for a coach.
The SEC should lead a charge rescinding for 2018 this new NCAA rule allowing high school senior football players to sign collegiate letters of intent.
After bringing in a thug and a clown, it seemed former University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Athletic Director Jeff Long hit a home run five years ago when he hired three-time Big Ten champion Bret Bielema away from Wisconsin to coach the Razorbacks.