1. Want to Beat LSU Today? Here's How

    OK, I admit that for 99.9 percent of my life I’ve been about the most apathetic guy around when it comes to college baseball, but I’m officially on the bandwagon now...

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  2. Fat Lady, Not Soooo Fast! Say the Hogs

    I am pretty sure you’ve heard or read by now, hopefully you saw it happen, that the Hogs had one pinkie holding on to the cliff edge of elimination from the College World Series when ...

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  3. Heartbreak City—The Arkansas Razorbacks

    The late baseball commissioner Bart Giamatti once famously wrote of his sport, “It’s designed to break your heart...

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  4. Moving on Up: Important, Earth-Shattering News About RazorbackExpats.com

    You’ve probably seen the extensive coverage of this on CNN, but in case you haven’t, here goes: Much like George and Weezy, we’re moving on up...

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  5. Arkansas in the College World Series: A Hard Purple and Gold Reality Check

    A swing and a miss, a swing and a miss, another swing and a miss. That pretty much describes the Razorbacks last night against LSU’s Coleman who lived up to his billing as SEC Pitcher of the Year and defeated the Razorbacks once again this season...

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  6. Crimson Tide Football: Ten Ways To Better Punish Alabama (Humor)

    What I think the NCAA is lacking in, among other things, is imagination. I think it is a safe bet that Alabama someday in the future is going to be caught again in some type of football scandal like the recent textbook case, or something much worse...

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  7. The Best Kind of Revisionist History

    Remember the 2007 Arkansas-Alabama game? The heroic second-half comeback, an amazing performance from D-Mac, London Crawford’s open field fumble, some dubious flags thrown late ...

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  8. Congratulations Diamond Hogs! Off to Omaha Razorbacks Baseball Goes

    On behalf of all the interns, research assistants, and writers here at Razorbackexpats.com, I would like to shout out a big "WOOO PIG SOOOIE!!!" to the baseball team that defeated Florida ...

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  9. Random Walk Down Memory Lane: 1990 Cotton Bowl

    Below is a YouTube clip of CBS’ introduction to its broadcast of the 1990 Cotton Bowl featuring our beloved Hogs and the Tennessee Volunteers. Since it was a bowl game, the Razorbacks, of course, lost...

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  10. Tuesday Hodge Podge

    You get the feeling that John Pelphrey misses Mobile? After all, the sandy beaches of Gulf Shores are nearby, there’s that groovy tunnel through which I-10 passes under the bay, ...

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  11. More Offseason Fun for the Basketball Team

    Over the weekend, the bombshell news broke that a Razorback athlete might not have been as rigorously devoted to his academic pursuits as we’ve been led to believe...

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  12. Thursday Hodge Podge

    * Chris Low of ESPN.com has a post up about which position groups in the SEC are particularly loaded, Florida’s secondary or Alabama’s defensive line, for example. He also singles out the Razorback receivers as being especially dangerous...

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  13. Head Spinning at Arkansas

    If you are trying to keep up with exactly who is on the Arkansas Razorbacks' basketball team’s roster, you would be well advised to keep a supply of Dramamine handy...

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  14. Talkin' Tats

    As America’s preeminent columnist, Jim Anchower might say, “Hola, amigos. It’s been a long time since I rapped at ya...

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  15. Sports and Twitter: Tweet Tweet

    As you probably know, the latest craze to come out of Silicon Valley is Twitter, which allows you to share valuable bits of information such as what you had for lunch or what traffic ...

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  16. Revisionist History, Perhaps?

    Here’s your fun quote of the day—Frank Broyles was recently interviewed by Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune (as part of his Alzheimer’s awareness activism) ...

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  17. Hoopin' for Health Charity Event in Little Rock

    If you’re going to be in Little Rock tomorrow night (May 15), you should definitely considering heading over to Hall High. That’s because Hall is the site of the “Hoopin’ for Health” charity basketball game...

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  18. Preview of 2009 Arkansas Razorback Football Season

    With the kickoff to the 2009 Razorback football season a mere 115 days away, I thought I would use a formula my hedge fund manager gave me that factors in spring practice statistics from just ...

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  19. Ranking SEC Coaches: How Long Will Bobby Petrino Stay?

    Ah, the deep offseason, a time when reporters and bloggers alike turn to that tried and true method of filling space: ranking the SEC coaches...

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  20. Might Be a Tough Year for the Cowboy

    My late grandfather was a fount of homespun, cracker-barrel wisdom. I recall spending many a summer afternoon with him on the front porch of his home, sipping lemonade in the blazing ...

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  21. Basketball Hogs: Struggling to Make the Grade

    You already knew that the basketball team didn’t exactly turn in a straight-A report card for their work on the court this year...

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  22. (Not) Making the Grade

    We haven’t been paying a ton of attention to this story, but it’s worth noting that the NCAA announced today that the Arkansas men’s basketball program posted a sub-par Academic Progress Rate for the 2007-08 school year...

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  23. From the SI Archives: 1984-85 Season Preview

    While doing a bit of Google sleuthing as part of our quest to track down and interview Charles Balentine, I came upon another hidden gem in the SI Archives: their preview of the Razorbacks’ chances during the 1984-85 basketball season...

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  24. Congrats, Joe

    Former Razorback star Joe Johnson took a break yesterday from single handedly causing global warming to lead the Atlanta Hawk's to a rare victory...

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  25. Where in the World is Charles Balentine?

    Charles Balentine remains well-known among Razorback fans for hitting the third biggest shot in Arkansas history (we’ll give you two guesses as to what No. 1 and No...

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