Posted April 22, 2012 on
Arkansas redshirt senior tight end Chris Gragg caught 9 passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's spring game and the former Warren standout says he is poised to have a big final season in a Razorback uniform.
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Arkansas needs a replacement for recently fired coach Bobby Petrino. They may go with an in-house interim option.
After Tyler Wilson threw a 60-yard touchdown pass Saturday afternoon in Arkansas' annual intrasquad spring game, the star quarterback trotted off the field with a huge grin.
It was a welcomed sight for a record spring crowd of 45,250 at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. It was nearly two weeks earlier that athletic director Jeff Long almost shed tears when he announced the...
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Arkansas ended a chaotic spring caused by the firing of coach Bobby Petrino with a scrimmage that showed the Razorbacks still have reasons to be hopeful for a good season.
Tyler Wilson was 31-of-41 passing for 467 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Red team to a 65-0 win over the White in the spring game.
Petrino was fired April 10 following the revelation...
Arkansas Razorbacks: The Red/White Scrimmage today held plenty of good news for Razorback fans both during and after the game. The razorbacks are not only looking good on the field, but there is also plenty of “serious interest” in the head coaching position for Arkansas.
Less than two weeks after firing Bobby Petrino, the Arkansas Razorbacks have found their new head coach. Former Louisville and Michigan State head coach John L. Smith will hold the same job at Arkansas, but it may be short lived. Smith signed only a 10-month contract with the school, leading many to believe he’s merely a stepping stone to the next long-term hire.
Smith is best...
This is why Arkansas State hired Gus Malzahn. Malzahn is stepping it up in his recruiting efforts at Arkansas State this week as he and the rest of the coaching staff are making visits to each high school that plays football in the state of Arkansas. They're calling it "A-State Ambush."
Assistant coaches from Arkansas State will be driving around the state of Arkansas...
Via @TheEndZonesSometimes Wikipedia isn’t the most accurate of sources. Someone has already went into the overall record section of the Arkansas Razorbacks and given them a big fat goose egg.
Many sources announced today that former head coach of Weber University, John L. Smith will be named interim head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks. Twitter and local call in sports shows have been blowing up with mixed emotions about the hire and many are disappointed because his name isn’t “sexy” or a well-known name.
Smith isn’t new to the game, in fact he has 18 years...
Arkansas Razorbacks: John L. Smith will be returning to Arkansas after accepting a position as Head Coach at his alumni, Weber State.
The Arkansas Razorbacks are looking to rehire former assistant coach John L. Smith as interim coach for a year, sources told US media Monday.
The name of John L. Smith has resurfaced in the local media in the aftermath of the axing of Bobby Petrino who failed to save his reputation after his affair with one of his staff members.
Citing sources with information, a US news...
But it might be a lazy Sunday for some of you, so if you want to check out Arkansas Jeff Long detailing all of Bobby Petrino’s lies, you can check out here courtesy of Deadspin. Basically it plays out like a scene from Menace 2 Society. I am surprised Long didn’t say.
“You know you done f*ck up right?”
Here are a few of the violations Long jotted...