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College Football Schedule – Big Ten vs SEC is an Excellent Idea

Posted on 19 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

In the search of making sure strength of schedule doesn’t harm your playoff chances or rankings by the College Football Playoff committee, Bert Bielema, the Arkansas head coach, is offering a college basketball like idea which pits the SEC against the Big Ten on an annual basis, to help with the issue of finding FBS teams to schedule for a non conference game. More

SEC Tournament – Kentucky & Arkansas Get Rid of Auburn & Georgia

Posted on 15 Mar, 2015, by in NBA

The two ranked teams of the SEC, Arkansas (#21) and Kentucky, undefeated and probably the best in the nation, make it to the SEC Tournament championship game at the expense of Georgia (the Razorbacks winning (60-49) and Auburn, going down 91-67 against the drastically superior Wildcats. More

Kentucky Beat Arkansas – Getting Better as Time Goes By

Posted on 1 Mar, 2015, by in NBA

Playing Arkansas is probably the last time Kentucky face a ranked team before the NCAA tournament, and they passed a slightly tricky test in flying colors with an 84-67 win over the second best team in the SEC. More

Arkansas Over Texas – Historically Awful Offense Bottoms Out

Posted on 30 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

There have been a lot of low points for the Texas offense in 2014 with Tyrone Swoopes at quarterback. The 31-7 loss to Arkansas in the Texas Bowl might be rock bottom for the Longhorns and Charlie Strong, not getting the debut season he dreamed of when taking the role of head coach. More

College Football – SEC Didn’t Want Texas A&M to Play Texas so They Sent Arkansas Instead

Posted on 8 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

The best currently defunct rivalry in college football is the one between Texas and Texas A&M. It seems the SEC had done everything in its power and succeeded in preventing the two schools from playing each other in a bowl game this season, which instead will be a chance for Arkansas to revive their fierce rivalry with the Longhorns. More

Arkansas Over Ole Miss – Wishing the Season Began Now

Posted on 23 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

We got a taste of what Arkansas can do at home all season long, and it seems these last two weeks have been perfect for them to come out and show their strengths, getting a second consecutive shutout against a conference opponent, beating Ole Miss 30-0 and winning their sixth game of the season, making themselves bowl eligible for the first time in three years. More

Mississippi State Over Arkansas – Just Enough to Stay Number One

Posted on 2 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

The road to the top was filled with impressive, dominant victories. Keeping the number one spot in College football is more about doing whatever it takes to win. Mississippi State didn’t make it easy or pretty, but they did enough to remain undefeated, beating Arkansas 17-10. More

10 Most Valuable College Football Teams

Posted on 20 Dec, 2012, by in Featured

Surprise, surprise, the SEC rule this one as well. Not the top school, which belongs to the only Big 12 program on this list (Texas, way beyond the rest), but owning 7 spots along the way. Alabama and LSU as expected, but also Auburn and Arkansas who have seen better days. Michigan represent the Big Ten while Notre Dame are the independent party in College Football’s most valuable programs. More

LSU Tigers – Les Miles Isn’t Going Anywhere

Posted on 28 Nov, 2012, by in NFL

When the LSU fans look back at the 2012 season, how will they remember it? After all, there was nothing dramatic about it. Les Miles finished pretty much with the record he was expected to, 10-2 (before the Bowl game, not a BCS one), leading to quite a tempting offer from Arkansas Miles will turn down. More

2012 College Football Season Week 2 – When the Upsets Begin

Posted on 9 Sep, 2012, by in NFL

After a rather mild opening week regarding the AP Poll rankings, week of the 2012 College Football season is going to be harsh, with four teams in the top 25 losing their first game of the season – Arkansas, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Oklahoma State, while Missouri and Texas A&M lost in their SEC debuts. More