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Arkansas starter Ryne Stanek held the Alabama bats in check for eight innings and the No. 9-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks posted a 6-0 Southeastern Conference victory over the No. 22 ranked Crimson Tide on Friday night from Sewell-Thomas Stadium. The loss drops Alabama to 19-13 overall and 7-4 in the SEC, and Arkansas rises to 23-8 overall and 8-3 in conference play.
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Tired of having to deal with screaming kids on airplanes? Former Alabama offensive lineman Barrett Jones is to. But unlike you, he has come up with a solution for the problem.
I think the FAA should mandate a soundproof nursery on all planes. I love kids but sitting behind a screaming one really gets me.
— Barrett Jones (@BarrettAJones) April 5, 2013
Of course, a nursery...
Alabama sophomore right-handed pitcher Spencer Turnbull extended his scoreless innings streak to 29 2/3 innings after throwing seven scoreless against No. 9 Arkansas, leading the Crimson Tide to a 5-0 Southeastern Conference victory on Saturday afternoon from Sewell-Thomas Stadium.
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Tyler Wilson joins a group of past quarterbacks who most likely regrets his decision to return to school for his senior season. The beginning of the Arkansas offseason didn’t get started on the right foot with head coach Bobby Petrino caught in the middle of a scandal...
Remember DeAndrew White? The wide receiver from Houston who had proved as a prep star that he was not only good, but that he was fast? In Alabama’s fifth game of the season last year, White caught his eighth pass of the year on Bama’s first possession in what would be a 33-14 win over Ole Miss. On the next play he was injured.
University of Alabama football player Barrett Jones was named the male 2012-13 Southeastern Conference H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete of the Year, SEC Commissioner Mike Slive announced on Friday.
The Alabama bats were held to four hits as the 22nd-ranked Crimson Tide dropped the first game of the series with the No 9-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks, 3-1, on Thursday night from Sewell-Thomas Stadium. The loss drops Alabama to 19-12 overall and 7-3 in the SEC. Arkansas improves to 22-8 and 7-3 in conference play.
Arkansas sophomore-to-be cornerback Will Hines (6-1, 193) started the last nine games of 2012 as a true freshman, but admits he wasn't really ready for life in the SEC for a couple of games.