2011 Preseason All-SEC Team
Two SEC West schools dominate the TSJ preseason All-SEC team. Arkansas sports 13 players (Joe Adams counted twice for WR and PR) on the two deep roster while Alabama placed 12. The Georgia Bulldogs were also well represented with eight players making an appearance on the preseason list.
The Hogs should be [...]
Hog Running Backs Battle for Position
Make no mistake about it. Knile Davis is starting to look over his shoulder, and he’s looking for Ronnie Wingo Jr.
The talk around Fayetteville, Arkansas this postseason has been the position battle at quarterback. Both Tyler Wilson and Brandon Mitchell have drawn strong praise from the Razorback coaching staff, [...]Read More →
Razorback Message Board Pwns Phil Steele
Odds are you won’t hear Phil Steele make a joke about the lack of internet in a redneck state like Arkansas anytime soon. He found out the hard way that not only do the Razorback fans have the internet, they are willing to use it as a weapon of war.
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Hogs Put SEC on Notice with Anderson Hire
“The Hogs put the rest of the Southeastern Conference on notice when they hired Mike Anderson to be the next head basketball coach.
Since the downfall of the Razorback basketball program, which just so happened to coincide with the ugly departure of Nolan Richardson, Kentucky and Florida have ruled the [...]Read More →
Let’s “Paint” a Reality Picture For Mizzou
“According to Webster’s, gullible can be defined as “easily duped or cheated.” The next version of Webster’s dictionary will add the following example as a definition, “A Missouri Tiger basketball fan.”
Missouri basketball has been run the through the ringer over the last month. Tiger fans had convinced themselves that [...]Read More →
Razorback Rumor Mill
“One thing is clear about the search for the head basketball coach for the Arkansas Razorbacks: nothing is clear.
Lots of rumors and different names have swirled around Fayetteville lately in connection with the job, many even before John Pelphrey was officially dismissed Sunday as the head basketball coach at [...]Read More →
Experts Tell the Tale: Mallett’s Stock is Up
Ryan Mallett’s stock is going up. Now, you wouldn’t believe that if you read Sports Illustrated, Yahoo sports, ESPN, or various bloggers nationwide that piggy-back off the journalists that pretend to have some great insight that nobody else has.
NFL Mocks, National Football Post, and Walters Football are all websites that [...]Read More →
Southwest Classic Could be Exactly That: A Classic
The Southwest Classic might be the biggest inter-conference football game of the 2011 regular season. That’s right, the game between Texas A&M and Arkansas could turn out to be one of the most anticipated games of the year. In fact, if the stars align just right, the Southwest Classic could be a dogfight [...]Read More →
Hoop Hogs Still Swinging
“Arkansas fans are currently debating the merits of back to back blowout victories. This past Saturday, the Hogs walloped the LSU Tigers in Fayetteville, 80-61. They followed that dominating performance by blistering a struggling Florida A&M squad on Wednesday by a score of 94-55. And truth be told, neither game was as close [...]Read More →
National Signing Day Tips
Today is the first Wednesday in February, otherwise known as National Signing Day. Countless numbers of high school senior athletes are pledging to play football for colleges all over America. From the University of Florida to the University of Oregon, fans anxiously await the next batch of freshman that will suit up for [...]Read More →