Coaches give a lot of reasons for losing ball games. Their opponents won the battle at the line of scrimmage. Their team didn't take advantage of opportunities. But, the reason Coach Broyles says the Hogs lost to Texas in 1969 might surprise you.
Like most Hog fans, I've spent a lot of time since last Thursday "cussing and discussing" the Petrino situation. A lot of my thoughts I've kept to myself due to how sensitive many people are about this, but I'm really not sad at all Petrino is no longer our coach.
During the 2007 season, Razorback fans were divided over whether Houston Nutt should be fired or not. The discussions on message boards and in coffee shops around the state were heated and both camps firmly held their ground. Today, the fan base is divided again as we wait for an announcement on Petrino's future at Arkansas.
It's been a rough week for Razorback fans, but even rougher for Athletic Director Jeff Long. In a late night press conference last night, Mr Long announced that he had put Head Coach Bobby Petrino on paid leave and is conducting a review to determine if he will remain the head coach.
As he prepares to learn where he'll be going in the NFL after the draft, Joe Adams has claimed another award for his college play. The Johnny "The Jet" Rodgers award for the best return specialist in the country.
The baseball Hogs, ranked 4th in the country and off to one of the best starts in school history, shook off a sluggish performance Friday night to take Saturday and Sunday's games against the Bulldogs in Starkville.
The Hogs fell to LSU Thursday in the first round of the NCAA tournament, 70-54, ending their season at 18-14. The season wasn't a total bust, but it's hard not to be disappointed in how the Hogs have played the past month.
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