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Cowherd sees the Hogs overachieving in 2015.
Arkansas' 7-6 record in 2014 doesn't illustrate how much the Razorbacks improved. But can the team leap into the Top 25 despite intense competition?
Arkansas lost four NFL draft picks on defense, but don't expect the team to experience a tangible drop-off on that side of the ball this fall.
Arkansas picked up another commitment from tight end Grayson Gunter Wednesday.
Is the ceiling 10 wins for this year's Arkansas team?
Dual 1,000-yard rushers Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins have been named college football's most dynamic backfield duo.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema may love offensive linemen and tight ends as much as quarterbacks and pass-rushers, so it's no surprise he seemed really happy Sunday.
A full-page newspaper ad in Omaha, Neb., purports to recruit fans to begin rooting for Arkansas.
The acquisition of play-caller Dan Enos will help the Razorbacks post a more balanced attack offensively this season.
Bret Bielema is building the Razorbacks into a Western Division contender, but he still lacks momentum on the recruiting trail.
Arkansas has secured commitments from two hulking defensive tackles and a versatile offensive speedster that should be a standout within the 2016 recruiting class.
Several national publications have tabbed Arkansas as a Top 25 team this preseason. The Razorbacks fast are becoming a trendy dark-horse pick in the SEC West.
Arkansas junior tailback Alex Collins has rushed for 2,126 yards in two seasons, but hasn't rushed for 100 yards in a game after September.
Outside linebacker Randy Ramsey won't be rejoining the Razorbacks, but two wide receivers are back with the team.
Bret Bielema is hoping Arkansas takes it to another level this fall and competes for a Western Division title in late-November.
Bret Bielema is a believer in utilizing depth on his roster, which is why he's following the lead of one SEC coach in employing a potential defensive line rotation for 2015.
Arkansas stands to lose two tailbacks with three 1,000-yard seasons in the last two years after the 2015 season. Does this mean there's reason for concern?
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long is the best at his job in the country, the Sports Business Journal determined Wednesday night.
Based on the improvement he's shown throughout the spring and during his junior season, Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen is in for a stellar senior campaign.
If Arkansas wants a true change-of-pace RB it should look no further than the physically intimidating Kody Walker.