If the Joe Paternos, Graham Spaniers, Tim Curleys, and Gary Schultzes, of the world want a sympathetic ear for a decision like turning the other way on child sex abuse within the locker room of Penn State University, they won’t find it from University of Arkansas Athletic Director Jeff Long.
The University of Arkansas exceeds the benchmark Academic Progress Rate (APR) multi-year rate of 925 in 18 of its 19 intercollegiate sport programs for the fourth-consecutive year, according to a statement from the UA Athletic Department.
The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G announced Monday (June 4) that it has received playing commitments from five winners of the tour’s second-longest running event, the Wegmans LPGA Championship.
With more than 4,000 spectators watching every pitch and swing of the bat, Auburn University’s hometown product Creede Simpson had battled to a 1-2 count against Clemson reliever Tomas Cruz with two on and two outs in the top of the ninth.
If you are a fan of Arkansas football, it’s hard to imagine having to relive the last two months with everything that has happened. A program that had been the epitome of stability and upward movement for the past four years suddenly found itself in need of a new leader.
Plenty of must-wins fill the eighth weekend of Southeastern Conference baseball action, including a do-or-die series in Knoxville, Tenn., between slumping Tennessee and suddenly-hot Vanderbilt to decide which squad might join Alabama on the outside looking in on the 10-team SEC Tournament in Hoov
Less than two weeks after Head Razorback Football Coach Bobby Petrino was fired for lying to a lot of people about a lot of things, the University of Arkansas has hired former Razorback assistant John L.
Last weekend, we passed the halfway point in the Southeastern Conference baseball season. If the SEC Tournament were held today, only Mississippi State and Alabama would miss the 10-team field in Hoover.
University of Arkansas Athletic Director Jeff Long on Tuesday received a $1.25 million pat on the back for his “courageous leadership” during the recent scandal that resulted in the firing of Head Razorback Football Coach Bobby Petrino.
Just a few minutes after the news hit that Bobby Petrino was fired as the head football coach at the University of Arkansas, the modern incarnation of the 1970s-1980s rock band Foreigner took the stage at the Walton Arts Center with one of the opening songs being “Dirty White Boy.”
Arkansas head football coach Bobby Petrino has been placed on paid administrative leave while University of Arkansas Athletic Director Jeff Long investigates details of an April 1 motorcycle wreck involving Petrino and a female staffer of the athletic department.