The rankings that everyone want to see are finally out. I am not talking about the AP Poll, which came out a few days ago, I am talking about who has the biggest party school. Sorry Razorback students, we didn't crack the top 20. The SEC did have five schools in the rankings, led by Georgia at five. As someone that has enjoyed a lot of time on Dickson Street and the craziness that surrounds the area, I can't imagine what goes on in the schools ranked in the top 20.
Knile Davis knows the answer to what a lot of fans argue about, who the best running back in the SEC is. He doesn't shy away from question, and he doesn't want to retract his statement. He knows he is the best and in time he will prove it. Lisa Olson, of the Sporting News, investigates Davis' proclamation.
Wide Receiver has not been a spot for concern the past few years for the Hogs. We still shouldn't be worried this year even though three of our top receivers from a year ago are in the NFL. Senior Cobi Hamilton shined in Saturday's scrimmage and Freshman Mekale McKay gave signs that he can be a threat as well. Chris Low of ESPN gives a rundown of Saturday's scrimmage.
Kiehl Frazier was a highly touted quarterback out of Shiloh Christian High School a few years ago. Razorback fans were bitter and upset when the quarterback signed with the Auburn Tigers over the Hogs. Frazier has not had the impact at Auburn that many believed he would. The starting spot is his for the taking, but his less than stellar summer leaves Auburn coaches unable to name him the starter. Bleacher Report's Barrett Sallee, looks at the concern of Auburn not being able to name a starting quarterback.
Fans always bring in signs to sporting events. This year fans better be careful what they write on signs because big brother will be watching. Jason Kirk at SB Nation looks into a tweet by AD Jeff Long.
Arkansas' initial ranking in the AP Poll is 10th. Starting out a season ranked in the top 10 is pretty solid. James Brown at the Bleacher Report examines the Hog's ranking.
Razorback fans "Call the Hogs" at most Arkansas sporting events. Why do we call the hogs? Why don't we whistle for the Cardinals? Amanda Parrish at Yahoo Sports takes a look at the story behind the Razorback mascot.