Instead of lamenting that his Razorbacks lost 2 of 3 in their SEC baseball series last weekend at Auburn, Dave Van Horn gives thanks they didn't get swept.
In part because of the Show-Me state, Arkansas has become a show-me state, too.
They say you never fully appreciate what you have until it's gone.
Used to be if Northwest Arkansas farmers needed rain, they could bank on a deluge the weekend the Razorbacks hosted the John McDonnell Invitational outdoor track meet.
Potentially Kevin Kopps could win the Arkansas Razorbacks three games for the price of one.
Sometimes it seems all the fuss about the Arkansas Razorbacks switching base defenses from a 4-3 to 3-4 is much ado about little.
Few baseball coaches are tougher than Dave Van Horn is on the Razorbacks.
It seemed the late Orson Welles became known for his 1970s and ’80s Paul Masson commercials authoritatively asserting, “We will sell no wine before its time.”
Head coaching experience and experience coaching women apparently meant nothing to Jeff Long the previous time he hired a women's basketball coach.
If they pitch long enough, even the great ones at times eventually get hit hard.