HOOVER, Ala. - The reasons for wins and losses in a particular game are sometimes easy to recognize.
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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.
Eight straight. That’s how many Southeastern Conference series Arkansas baseball has gone without losing. That streak won’t be snapped this year, either.
The Arkansas mens golf team had its season come to end Saturday at the NCAA Regionals in New Haven, Connecticut.
With one game left in the regular season, Arkansas can finish its baseball year without having lost a Southeastern Conference series in the last seven weeks with a win against Georgia on Sunday.
The Arkansas baseball team saw its postseason hosting chances take a serious blow Thursday as the Razorbacks lost, 10-1, to Georgia in the first game of the final series of the regular season.
FAYETTEVILLE – The most conservative estimations would probably still yield three important things the Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team is playing for this weekend.
FAYETTEVILLE – If last year was supposed to be the greatest year in Western Division of the Southeastern Conference and this year is deeper, what does that mean for 2015?