State Of The Hogs #36

1-0, yet uninspiring. It wasn’t pretty by any means, but ask Tennessee, Missouri, and Ole Miss how they’re feeling today. I used the word “uninspiring” as my instant reaction word to describe the game. I was pumped for the game. The crowd was very solid. 60,000+ for a afternoon game against a FCS school coming […]

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State Of The Hogs #33

Arkansas. Ole Miss. Fayetteville. Oxford. The Hill. The Grove.   Two storied programs will go at it in Baum Stadium this weekend to determine a spot in the College World Series. These SEC West foes are all too familiar with each other. The Rebels first baseman Cole Zabowski even admitted, “I feel like we know […]

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State Of The Hogs #32

Arkansas’ run in Hoover was disappointingly short-lived. Only being able to muster eight runs in three games was unquestionably the most frustrating aspect of the trip. Casey Martin failed to collect a hit in ten at-bats and Matt Goodheart, looking for his third home run of the year, was the only Razorback to send a […]

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State Of The Hogs #25

National Signing Day is finally in the books. Ironically, Arkansas finished with 25 commits, which just so happens to be the 25th article of the “State Of The Hogs” series. The way the last 364 days of recruiting had unfolded, one would imagine the 365th day would have ended with fireworks. Coach Morris had his […]

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State Of The Hogs #21

Prior to the SEC home opener between Arkansas and Florida hoops on Wednesday night, Hog Nation received some unfortunate news. Cole Cubelic of the SEC Network reported Ty Storey had entered his name into the transfer portal. The Razorbacks are now down to only four scholarship quarterbacks, Daulton Hyatt, John Stephen Jones, Connor Noland, and KJ […]

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