Posted April 04, 2013 on
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.
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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
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Arkansas has a pair of Springdale natives running first team at the guard spots with Har-Ber's Brey Cook (6-7, 318) manning the right side and Springdale High's Mitch Smothers (6-4, 313) working on the left.
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.
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.
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.
Alabama Coach Nick Saban is helpful in providing a number of Crimson Tide football players for interviews each week. Astute observers will notice, however, that it is a relatively few number of different players. Each week we’ll get AJ McCarron and C.J. Mosley and some others who have earned their stripes.