FAYETTEVILLE – Andrew Benintendi doesn’t like to talk about his accomplishments. He’s already a master of the Crash Davis school of interviews.
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STILLWATER, Okla. - Fourteen times is a lot. No one in the Southeastern Conference, right now, can lay claim to being as consistently successful in college baseball as Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE – A pair of changes to Arkansas sports schedules were announced Thursday. One in football and one in basketball.
FAYETTEVILLE – By his estimation, Zach Jackson figures he grew up five minutes from Oral Roberts University. James Teague, about an hour with traffic.
FAYETTEVILLE – It was only a matter of red tape Monday. The Arkansas baseball team knew it was going to the NCAA Tournament. The only question was where.
HOOVER, Ala. - For three days Arkansas threatened the status quo of the Southeastern Conference. It was enough, for a while, to cast doubt on the common knowledge the league was the Big Four and everyone else. Two incredible days even had the guessers and pundits of college baseball re-thinking, wondering if maybe Arkansas was not only a postseason threat, but perhaps a favorite.
HOOVER, Ala. - The reasons for wins and losses in a particular game are sometimes easy to recognize.
HOOVER, Ala. - There were a few times this season Bobby Wernes’ eyes betrayed him, a couple instances he had to walk back to the dugout, hangdog expression after staring at strike three. Once it possibly cost the Razorbacks a Southeastern Conference win.
HOOVER, Ala. - Everything about the Arkansas baseball season – all its warts, all its oddities, all its ridiculousness – came to a head Tuesday.
FAYETTEVILLE – A trip last Tuesday to Omaha, Nebraska, another a day later to Athens, Georgia, for for three games, and now in Hoover, Alabama – the Arkansas baseball team hasn’t been home in a week.