Found November 30, 2011 on
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I'm not one to report "rumors" but I have heard rumblings that Knile Davis, an All-SEC running back for the Arkansas Razorbacks, may go pro at the end of the 2011 season. Davis injured his left ankle during fall practices and has not seen game action during the 2011 season.
As a Razorback and college football fan, hopefully Davis will return for at least one more season. Knowing Davis' injury history it certainly makes sense that he would consider declaring for the NFL Draft.
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Arkansas Razorbacks head football coach Bobby Petrino added junior college defensive lineman Mike Pennel to his list of verbally committed recruits on Wednesday.
Pennel, a 6’6” 350 pound defensive tackle (4.95 40-yard dash), plays for Scottsdale Community College in Arizona and is listed by Rivals.com as a 3-star junior college recruit.
Pennel had been offered scholarships...
With only nine scholarship players remaining this season, Arkansas coach Mike Anderson is leaning heavily on his freshmen in his first year at the school.
Four newcomers - guards BJ Young and Rashad Madden, and forwards Hunter Mickelson and Devonta Abron - make up nearly half of the roster. The team was already going to be low on players, and the freshmen were expected to play a...
Nov 30, 8:00 PM | Bud Walton Arena
Miss Valley State Delta Devils vs Arkansas Razorbacks Odds
The Arkansas Razorbacks will hit the floor running against the visiting Miss Valley State Delta Devils Wednesday, looking to improve their record and boost wagering bankrolls in the process.
The Razorbacks sit at 4-1 (0-1 ATS) on the season. By comparison, the...
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Mardracus Wade tosses in a career-high 20 points and Julysess Nobles 16 to pace five Arkansas players in double figures as the Razorback hammer Mississippi Valley State 96-64 Wednesday night before 6,700 fans at Bud Walton Arena.