Posted August 03, 2012 on
Arkansas senior linebackers Alonzo Highsmith and Tenarius Wright hoping to make the Razorback a formidable force with their play and leadership this season.
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Let’s take a position-by-position look at the Arkansas Razorbacks, who begin practice for the 2012 season this week in steamy hot Fayetteville. But first, we must acknowledge that there are some “X” factors that will or at least could have a major impact on the Razorbacks’ upcoming season.
1. Can Paul Petrino call plays and manage his offensive game plan as well...
A true Wild Hog.
In the wake of Bobby Petrino's joyride gone awry, Arkansas has had one of the more eventful offseasons of any college football program in the country. Even with Petrino banished from Hogland, Arkansas will start the season at No. 10 in the Coaches Poll.
We caught up with Razorbacks diehard Jordan Stuckey of The Sports Dumpster...
Cobi Hamilton looked around during Arkansas' first practice and noticed something was missing.
In this case, that something was the most productive receiving group in school history - former Razorbacks receivers Joe Adams, Greg Childs and Jarius Wright.
Finding playmakers to replace the departed trio, who accounted for 465 catches and 7,410 yards in their careers, is near the...
Arkansas fullback Kiero Small lost five pounds in preparation for the 2012 season.
Arkansas will host Hartnell (CA) Community College cornerback Carroll Washington (6-0, 175, 4.4) - a mid-term grad and former junior college teammate of current Razorback fullback Kiero Small - for an official visit that begins on Sunday.
Arkansas goes through its first full-squad practice on Sunday morning, but does so without senior linebacker Alonzo Highsmith after he tweaked a hamstring during Saturday afternoon's workout.