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Arkansas Exits SEC Tourney, Awaits Regional Destination

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.

Wernes’ Homer Caps Early Morning In SEC Tournament

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.

Hogs Seek Deep Run In SEC Tourney

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.

Arkansas Evens Series With UGA

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.

Portis Garners More Honors

Arkansas sophomore forward Bobby Portis was named Associated Press Southeastern Conference Player of the Year on Monday, the second time he’s earned conference Player of the Year honors this season.

Portis Named SEC Player Of The Year

FAYETTEVILLE – Bobby Portis and Corliss Williamson talk pretty regularly. The current Arkansas icon thinks he’ll get a particular message soon from the older one, something besides a plain, old congratulatory line about Portis’ Player Of The Year award.

Hog Slop: Arkansas-LSU Notes

FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas’ final home game didn’t provide the end the Razorbacks hoped. It still was the capper to the most successful regular seasons in recent memory.

Hornsby’s Range Sinks Razorbacks

FAYETTEVILLE – Keith Hornsby sent a text message to his coach in early February. After he missed the shot that could have handed Kentucky its first – and ultimately only – the LSU junior vowed to redeem himself.