Sophomore Randy Ramsey appeared in seven games last season, starting one, for the Arkansas Razorbacks last season, however his career in Fayetteville is likely over Bret Bielema told the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette.
"Randy Ramsey is not with us right now and I don't think he'll be with us," Bielema said. "There are certain things that happened to him that took it out of...
Arkansas Razorbacks linebacker Randy Ramsey has been away from the team since being suspended for the final portion of spring practice because of academic issues.
It wasn’t the first time that Ramsey has run into issues with his grades, but it may be the last at Arkansas.
According to Razorbacks head coach Bret Bielema, Ramsey is currently dealing with his academics and Bielema...
Nobody can sugar-coat what the Arkansas Razorbacks lost for their 2015-2016 basketball season.
The Arkansas Razorbacks got off to a 1-0 start in the Stillwater Regional with an 8-6 win over Oral Roberts on Friday afternoon.
But the more important thing that happened was this guy who showed up with a giant spoon.
@ericwbolin What's the story behind the giant spoon? pic.twitter.com/Kt72GZrLcT
— Tim Landes (@TimLandesJr) May 29, 2015
The man with the giant spoon is apparently...
The hottest team in the SEC heading into the season may just reside in Fayetteville, following the Razorbacks 3-1 finish to their season.
The Hogs are currently riding a wave of momentum resulting from back-to-back shutouts of ranked opponents and a dominating performance in their bowl victory over Texas.
According to the gambling site 5Dimes, the best may yet to come for Bret...
Though most of the major conferences play a nine game in-conference schedule, the ultra-competitive SEC only plays eight. Sure enough, some critics out there feel that the conference should get with the times and add an extra game.
Then, Arkansas Razorbacks head coach Bret Bielema shut all critics down in saying one sentence to ESPN’s Edward Aschoff.
Bielema on folks pushing for...
The Arkansas Razorbacks may be the hottest team in the SEC following a tremendous finish to last season that featured the first ever back-to-back shutouts of ranked opponents by an unranked team and finished with a 31-7 victory over Texas in a bowl that should have been called The Arkansas Bowl. With the 2015 SEC Meetings currently underway in Destin, Florida today, several of the...
The Arkansas Razorbacks reached into Louisiana yet again for their 2016 recruiting class and land three-star linebacker De'Jon Harris of Marrero, Louisiana.
Harris had offers from Oregon, Arizona State, Memphis, Tulane and Troy among others.
The Hogs now have six total commitments for their 2016 class, half of which are from Louisiana.
De'Jon recently spoke to The Times-Picayune about...
Eventually the proposed rule changes in college basketball, if approved, might help Mike Anderson and the Arkansas Razorbacks, and popular thinking, endorsed by Anderson, is that a 30-second shot clock would help the Hogs.
John McDonnell spoiled Arkansas Razorbacks track fans by winning triple crowns -- conference championships in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track in the same season -- 20 times.
The Arkansas Razorbacks made sure they didn't lose an SEC baseball series for the first time in eight weeks.
After declaring of senior three-year starter Brandon Allen that "there is no other quarterback here that is in his ballpark," Arkansas Razorbacks Coach Bret Bielema must now find a backup at least in the parking lot of that ballpark.
Sandi Morris' vault to the top of the college record book Friday helped vault the Arkansas Razorbacks to the top of the women's standings going into the final day of the SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Arkansas showed significant improvement in Bret Bielema’s second year and finished the 2014 season by winning four out of its last six games....
Bret Bielema and the Arkansas Razorbacks think they have the pieces in place to contend in the SEC West in 2015.
In its final midweek game of the season the Creighton Baseball team will try to dampen the NCAA chances of the Arkansas Razorbacks on Tuesday, May 12 at 6:00 pm.
If you’re a college athlete that wants to do something completely unrelated to your sport, you might not want to tweet about it…especially if your coach is on Twitter.
Arkansas junior tight end Jeremy Sprinkle found that out the hard way on Sunday when he tweeted about wanting to play some basketball.
Im tryna hoop this week
— Jeremy Sprinkle (@sprinkle_memane) May 10, 2015...
The Arkansas Razorbacks will have an early wake-up call today after university officials, in consultation with their Tennessee counterparts, postponed Saturday night's baseball game at Baum Stadium due to the threat of thunderstorms and set up a doubleheader beginning at 10:05 a.m. today.
Former Colorado Buffaloes guard and forward Dustin Thomas will join the Arkansas Razorbacks. Thomas made the announcement on his personal Twitter page.
Proud to announce that I'll be joining the Arkansas Razorbacks for the remainder of my college career! #GrindMode #Hogs
The Redskins stayed with the SEC for their fifth round pick, taking Arkansas linebacker Martrell Spaight. The 6’0″ 236 pound Spaight will provide much needed depth on the inside for the Burgundy and Gold.
A consensus first-team All-SEC selection during his senior season at Arkansas, Spaight recorded a team-high 128 tackles along with two forced fumbles and an interception.
Trey Flowers and Martrell Spaight are likely to be among the first three Arkansas Razorbacks taken in the NFL Draft, which begins with the first round today in Chicago.
Spring games are meant to gauge a team's starting point, but Arkansas decided to have a little fun with the SEC Network's Laura Rutledge.
The Arkansas Razorbacks mixed things up during Saturday’s spring game, when they ran a trick play to the sideline reporter. Unfortunately, she watched the ball drop the ground despite being wide open.
The reporter, Laura Rutledge, and some mascots took the field for the trick play.
Rutledge and company attempted the trick play twice, and both times ended with a big drop.
First, Arkansas defensive end JaMichael Winston talked a good game Saturday.
Anything done during a spring game always has to be taken with a grain of salt. Could Keon Hatcher have caught that against Ole Miss or Auburn's defense? Maybe. Did it help here that he was going up against the Razorbacks No. 2 defense? When you are as wide open as he was absolutely.Regardless of the coverage, it was still a great pass from Allen to hit him in stride like he did.Read more »