Arkansas Football Morning News Headlines

Gary BrownCorrespondent IIJune 11, 2012

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 23:  Members of the Arkansas Razorbacks celebrate with 'The Boot' trophy after defeating the #1 ranked Louisiana State University Tigers in triple overtime 50-48 at Tiger Stadium November 23, 2007 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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There is not much news out there this morning for Hog fans, but what is there is worth taking time to read.

—Where do the Hogs fit in future LSU football schedules? This year they will play the Friday after Thanksgiving as has been the tradition almost every year since Arkansas joined the SEC, but there is talk that LSU would like to face Texas A&M in that slot instead. If this change occurs, the annual Battle for the Boot would move to somewhere in the middle of the schedule.

Can the SEC achieve schedule equity? Arkansas News' Harry King discusses the subject in his column from Sunday. You don’t want to miss this item.

—Arkansas took advantage of two hit batters yesterday to overcome Baylor. The two Razorback hitters were hit on back-to-back at-bats. One forced the tying run in and the other gave Arkansas the 5-4 victory.

—Baylor and Arkansas will meet in a decisive Game 3 tonight at 6:05 p.m. which will be televised on ESPN 2. Randall Fant will take the mound for Arkansas.

Click here for more on the baseball game between Arkansas and Baylor from Mark Rosner of the Austin-American Statesman.


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