Posted August 11, 2013 on
Former Louisville (KY) Moore two-way standout MeKale McKay will transfer to the University of Cincinnati from Arkansas.
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Arkansas coach Bret Bielema says sophomore receiver Mekale McKay has been granted his scholarship release and will transfer.
Bielema said earlier this week that McKay, who had 21 catches for 317 yards last season, was considering a transfer from the Razorbacks.
He says the 6-foot-6, 195-pound receiver has decided on a school to transfer to, but he wasn't at liberty to say which...
The phrase “Never Yield” means a lot to the Arkansas Razorbacks — so much, that it needed its own anthem. Thankfully, the band Triple Threat created that anthem, complete with a pretty cool music video. It is meshed with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Can’t Hold Us” tune, and it’s not bad at all.
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Some pretty important news happened with the Cincinnati football program this weekend. The most significant of those is the announcement by Arkansas coach Bret Bielema that receiver Mekale McKay is transferring to Cincinnati. McKay was said to have problems this spring with injuries. He wasn't listed as a starter on the spring depth chart despite being Arkansas' leading returning...
Arkansas true freshman offensive lineman Denver Kirkland (6-5, 348) has already made a big impression early in preseason camp and has already been elevated to second-team right tackle.
The Arkansas Razorbacks dipped into the state of Texas and snagged a three-star wing.
Taking a look at the three-star defensive linemen from Missouri who recently committed to the Arkansas Razorbacks...