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Hogs get elusive victory without style points

On a brilliant fall day, Arkansas picked up its second win in a game that was not very brilliant, but it was just what the Razorbacks and their fans needed.

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Time to start narrowing down bowl eligibles

It is that time of the season when teams -- at least most of the SEC teams -- start to think bowl games. Already three SEC teams have the mandatory six wins but those three, Alabama, LSU and Georgia, aren't dreaming of the Peach Bowl or even a trip to Florida.

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Sports anchor's tweet leads to new wheels for Hogs superfan

It started as a tweet, grew some legs, and became a major treat for Canaan Sandy and his mom Ginger Sandy.

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UA cannot take struggling Tulsa lightly

Since the University of Arkansas' 2018 football schedule was announced, this week's opponent, Tulsa, was considered a win.

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Ole Miss too fast for banged-up Arkansas

An amazing crowd on an awful day saw a 1-5 University of Arkansas team lose to Ole Miss 37-33 when the Rebels drove 97 yards in just 1:20 on seven plays.

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Ole Miss, Arkansas entertain once again

Going into the fourth quarter, it was a typical Ole Miss-Arkansas game, undecided until the end.

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Intriguing SEC games set for Saturday

All games this week are SEC vs. SEC, and that only happens three times this season. Only Alabama appears ready for another lopsided win, so there are some competitive games.

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Hogs, Rebels perfect matchup for the Rock

If Saturday's game between Ole Miss and Arkansas was in Oxford, it would be sold out and the line for tickets would stretch through The Grove.

WALLY HALL: Michael Storey a huge chapter in columnist's career

Today's column is more personal than sports. It isn't about yours truly, although the supporting role was truly embraced.

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Hogs have heartbeat, now need victory

It was looking like Alabama might cover the 35-point spread by halftime when leading 21-0 with 5:38 to play in the first quarter Saturday.

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