Hogs return to Barnhill for series with Kentucky

The Razorback volleyball team brings the action back to Fayetteville this weekend for a pair of home court games with No. 19 Kentucky (8-5, 3-1 SEC). Friday’s pageant is scheduled for 7 pm and will serve as Arkansas’s annual Pink Match for breast cancer awareness. The first 1,000 fans in Barnhill will receive a pink …

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Mama’s Horse Killed by Hunter Trying to Eradicate Feral Hogs on Friend’s Property : Kauai Now : Kauai News & Information

A hunter helping his friend eradicate wild pigs from his property shot the neighbor’s horse, Onyx, leaving his frail 11-year-old foal Uhane motherless. Photo courtesy: Craig Burkholder Craig Burkholder was sleeping when his neighbor sent a disturbing text message at 9:48 p.m. It said, “That light in our yard is a hog catcher, he knows …

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Hogs give SEC opener to Tigers

In what was a close battle from start to finish, the No. 20 Razorbacks fought back to force a fifth set in their SEC opener, but LSU emerged victorious 3-2 and handed Arkansas their first loss since June 27. August. It was the first five-set match of the season for the Hogs, and they are …

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Razorback Rewind: Bears Had Hogs’ Full Attention

FAYETTEVILLE – The Arkansas Razorbacks said they respected and did not overlook Missouri State heading into Saturday’s game against the Bears. The University of Arkansas was a heavy favorite to beat the Bears, but the 10th-ranked Razorbacks found themselves trailing 17-0 early in the second quarter. In that span, the Razorbacks lost fumbles from KJ …

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Hogs continue sweeping streak with wins over Trojans and Panthers

The Razorbacks returned to Barnhill Arena for a pair of games on Friday and went 2-0 without dropping a set for the fifth straight game, with wins over Little Rock and the Florida International. It’s the first time Arkansas has posted five straight game sweeps since the 2001 season, and the Hogs are currently 6-1 …

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Haselwood: Hogs offense has more on the tank

FAYETTEVILLE — The old football cliché is that a team usually makes its biggest improvement between Week 1 and Week 2. Those on the Arkansas offense expect that to be the case this weekend. If it really does come to fruition against South Carolina, there’s a good chance the Razorbacks will put some big numbers …

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