I was discussing Marcus Monk and his contributions to the Razorbacks a few years ago when a friend responded with something I hear periodically about athletes.
SPRINGDALE -- Rodeos aren't just for country folks.
College teammates from Oklahoma are atop the leaderboard in steer wrestling at the Rodeo of the Ozarks.
Change that breaks from long-standing tradition is often difficult, like what happened last year when the annual Rodeo of the Ozarks took place before the Fourth of July holiday for the first time.
There's been some movement since February when I wrote about a handful of older former Razorbacks still chasing big-league dreams. Here's an update, starting with a reliever who did not pitch at all in three years with the Razorbacks.
Former Rogers Heritage pitcher Hunter Wood realized the dream of every Little League player when he made his Major League debut with the Tampa Bay Rays on May 30.
Northwest Arkansas struck quickly against the Texas League Player of the Month on Thursday.
An exhibition season for college football?
Add West Fork and Decatur to the list of high schools in Arkansas that will have new football coaches this fall.
I was hurrying off the field to file a story when a player with his jersey rolled up over his belly hollered at me.