Arkansas coach Bret Bielema called out his wide receivers; how are they responding?

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Forty-two words. That’s all it took to raise Michael Smith’s ire. The Arkansas wide receivers coach let his players have it the next time they gathered in his meeting room. The six sentences that sent Smith through the roof came during head coach Bret Bielema’s news conference after practice last Saturday. “I think our wideouts have to pick it up...
Via SEC Country
April 07, 2017

Arkansas assistant Rory Segrest won’t return in 2017

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Arkansas defensive line coach Rory Segrest will not return next season, head coach Bret Bielema confirmed in a statement on Saturday. “After reviewing the 2016 season and starting the transition to a new defense, I have decided to go in a different direction with our defensive line coach position,” Bielema’s statement read. “I want to thank Rory for...
Via SEC Country
February 04, 2017

Trent’s Trough: Where Arkansas’ coaching staff visited Tuesday

Join us daily at SEC Country for “Trent’s Trough” as Arkansas beat writer Trent Shadid provides the latest recruiting news.  Pair of top targets visited; Smith sees Louisiana commits Coaches around the country are out recruiting heavily for the 2017 class over the next two weeks due to the current contact period. SEC Country will be keeping an eye on where Arkansas’...
Via SEC Country
November 30, 2016

Louisiana recruiting ace Smith on LSU fan video: It's a compliment

Arkansas receivers coach Michael Smith got a chuckle out of the LSU fan video that calls the Razorbacks "poachers" for their success recruiting in Louisiana.
Via WholeHogSports
August 11, 2016

A mix of fun, fury

Arkansas receivers coach Michael Smith, the Razorbacks' ace recruiter in south Louisiana, has a message to pass along to the fans about defensive line signee Briston Guidry.
Via WholeHogSports
July 24, 2016

Arkansas' Smith signs new 3-year contract; others sign deals

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Arkansas defensive coordinator Robb Smith has signed a three-year contract, one of six Razorbacks assistant coaches to agree to new contracts following the school's first winning season in three years. Smith, who helped Arkansas (7-6) improve from 76th to 10th nationally in total defense this season, will receive $750,000 next season, with raises of $50,000...
Via Associated Press
January 08, 2015  |  Discuss

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