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UA: No Contract with Rogers Doctor Under Scrutiny

The University of Arkansas said via email that the school has no record of a contract with Dr. Brian Hyatt or Pinnacle Premier Psychiatry. read more >
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It’s Thrash’s Magazine, But Still Hooten’s

Hooten’s Arkansas Football magazine is still Hooten’s, even though it’s no longer the Hootens’. Make sense? read more >
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Former Razorback to Manage State’s Investor Education Program

He has more than 25 years of experience in the securities industry. read more >
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Calling Hogs, and Others Needing Orthopedic CareLock Icon

Wes Cox and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences are serious about making northwest Arkansas an orthopedic hub. read more >
Arkansas Razorbacks Recruiting Coordinator Ronnie Brewer Jr. takes questions from the media in a videoconference.
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Ronnie Brewer Jr. Sells Fayetteville HomeLock Icon

Former University of Arkansas star and NBA player Ronnie Brewer Jr. sold the two-story home for more than $2.3 million. read more >
Davonte "Devo" Davis, sophomore guard for the Arkansas Razorbacks
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FAB&T Banks on DevoLock Icon

University of Arkansas basketball standout Davonte “Devo” Davis has been busy with his name, image and likeness sponsorships. read more >
The University of Arkansas has hired Terry Prentice as its senior associate athletics director for athlete brand development. It also created a webpage in May called Flagship that lists the rules for NIL and requirements for student-athletes to report any signed contracts.
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NIL Law Shows Arkansas Players The MoneyLock Icon

It didn’t take much time for student-athletes to get in on the money — or gift cards or merchandise — once the NCAA removed its regulations against the commercial use of their name, image and likeness. read more >
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Bull Home in Springdale Kept in Razorback FamilyLock Icon

There was a double Razorback connection involved in a $2.25 million home sale that closed earlier this month. read more >
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Arkansas Coaching Legend John McDonnell Dies at 82

Legendary University of Arkansas men’s track and field coach John McDonnell died Monday at the age of 82 and is fondly remembered by Tyson Foods Chairman John Tyson. read more >
The Civil Engineering Center at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville is taking shape.
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Higher Ed Construction Dots the StateLock Icon

A dozen of the biggest higher education construction projects now active in Arkansas total more than $381 million. read more >
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Northwest Arkansas’ Most Expensive Home Sales of 2020Lock Icon

The number of homes that sold for $1 million or more in Washington and Benton counties nearly doubled last year to 64. read more >
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Razorbacks, Red Wolves to Face Off in 2025 at War Memorial

The University of Arkansas signs a deal to bring two more football games to War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, including a first-ever game against Arkansas State University. read more >
Hunter Yurachek, director of athletics at the University of Arkansas, wants conditions to be safe enough for Razorback fans to come back and feel confident.
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SEC Goes to Conference-Only Schedule, Sept. 26 Start

The powerhouse Southeastern Conference reconfigures its schedule to include only league games in 2020, a pandemic-forced decision that pushes major college football closer to a siloed regular season in which none of the power conferences cross paths. read more >
Bret Bielema, former Arkansas Razorbacks head football coach, and Wally Hall, sports columnist at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
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Bret Bielema’s Lawsuit Refers to Wally Hall

This month’s legal action by fired Razorback football coach Bret Bielema paints the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette's Wally Hall as something of a stenographer for the Razorback Foundation, Bielema’s target in a $7 million breach-of-promise lawsuit. read more >
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Arkansas Industries Attempt to Divine The Post-Pandemic FutureLock Icon

Some, like the hospitality industry, are bracing for a long, slow return to pre-COVID vitality. Others, like the energy sector, see a quicker recovery after the early swoon. Some trends seem baked into expectations, like reliance on home-based employees and the technology they use. read more >
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Bret Bielema Files $7M Lawsuit Against Razorback Foundation

Former Arkansas Razorbacks football coach Bret Bielema has filed a $7 million lawsuit against the Razorback Foundation alleging breach of contract. read more >
Hunter Yurachek, director of athletics at the University of Arkansas, wants conditions to be safe enough for Razorback fans to come back and feel confident.
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Fans or No Fans, Colleges Prepare to Play BallLock Icon

Will Arkansans be able to call the Hogs again this fall? Whether student-athletes will be performing in empty stadiums remains unknown. read more >
An 8,400-SF home in Fayetteville's Bridgewater Estates will stay in the Arkansas Razorbacks family for the time being.
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Former Hog Coaches Sell Fayetteville HomesLock Icon

Mike Anderson sold his Fayetteville home for $2.5 million recently to new football coach Sam Pittman. ormer Arkansas offensive coordinator Joe Craddock, who was terminated in December after two seasons with the Razorbacks, sold his Fayetteville home as well. read more >
The 11,023-SF home sold by former Arkansas Razorbacks football coach Chad Morris was built in 2010.
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Former Hogs Coach Chad Morris Sells Bridgewater HomeLock Icon

OK, so it doesn’t rank up with his 4-18 record (and 0-14 in the SEC) in less than two seasons as football coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks, but Chad Morris lost $1,000 on the sale of his Fayetteville home. read more >
Sam Pittman was hired by the University of the Arkansas as its fourth head football coach within this decade.
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Reasons for Good Cheer (Editorial)

It was a good week for free trade, Faulkner County, and football. read more >