Razorback spirit loomed large Saturday night (Feb. 22) at the 17th annual Red Tie dinner and auction, which raised funds for the Razorback Foundation and honored exceptional student-athletes at the university.
Beginning with the 2014 football season, club seat holders at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium may purchase beer and wine during Razorback football games if officials with the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control approve the application of Sodexo.
Bev Lewis, the former University of Arkansas director of Women’s Athletics and now the Associate Vice Chancellor and Executive Associate Athletic Director, is retiring after more than 30 years with the UA.
Fort Smith native and Auburn head football coach Gus Malzahn has selected the Fort Smith Boys & Girls Club and Springdale-based A Level Up to receive proceeds from an award he was given by Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Some of the proceeds will also go to Women’s Hope Clinic in Auburn.
Razorback student-athletes earned a 3.17 grade point average (GPA) in the fall 2013 semester, marking the eighth-consecutive semester student-athletes competing for the University of Arkansas have exceeded a 3.0 GPA, according to a report issued Thursday (Jan.
Families across the country and local region may not go for out for dinner, but research shows they will plunk down an average of almost $300 per weekend when they travel with their children’s youth sports teams.
The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith women’s basketball coach Louis Whorton etched another milestone in what has been a legendary college coaching career on Thursday night, earning his 600th career win.
The University of Arkansas is ranked first in the Southeastern Conference and 12th in the nation in the initial 2013-14 Learfield Sports Directors Cup standings released this week by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of America (NACDA).
Coming into Friday's game at LSU, Tusk to Tail had traveled more than 9,000 miles to follow the Razorback football team this season. Five of us had made it to every game, the last eight of which were losses.
Wow. What a season for the Hogs and for Tusk to Tail. We will most likely finish with only three wins, two to three fewer than most of us predicted. It’s not so much the losses, but the way the Hogs have lost that makes it difficult to shoulder.
The University of Arkansas will reduce from two to one the number of Razorback football games played in Little Rock beginning in 2014, with the change including a payment of $400,000 annually from the university to the War Memorial Stadium Commission.