FAYETTEVILLE -- It's unimaginable that any college baseball coach anywhere will work harder than Dave Van Horn to get his team back to the College World Series positioned to win the national championship his Razorbacks almost won Wednesday in Omaha, Neb.
Upon their archrivals Texas, LSU and Florida, even the most inhumane Arkansas fan likely wouldn't wish mononucleosis and a broken finger.
The SEC bills itself as the conference where "It just means more." And it does.
They say if you fall off a horse you should get right back on it.
Nikki Hiltz's spring has gone swimmingly.
If 2018 indeed proves the Year of the Woman, then the Arkansas Razorbacks operate ahead of the curve.
Among all the Razorbacks' coaches, men's track coach Chris Bucknam may take losing the hardest.
Finishing sixth would have advanced Arkansas to the NCAA Women's Golf Tournament just like finishing first did at the 18-team Austin Regional last Monday.
Since the second of his now approaching 15 full seasons head coaching Arkansas Razorbacks baseball, Dave Van Horn annually commences each preseason extolling his team's depth.
If NCAA Division I track and field functioned as it should and once did, these National Relays this weekend would be never conceived at all.