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Anthony, We Hardly Knew Ye

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Well, the basketball Hogs continue to depress. Yesterday, the program announced that Anthony Borden, a 6-10 signee from West Memphis, will not join the team this fall, but will instead enroll in junior college. However, there was some good news yesterday, as Mardracus Wade, a 6-3 prepster from Memphis who is about to begin his senior year, verbally committed to the Hogs. Who knows how good Wade will turn out to be, but he's already staked a claim for coolest Hog name ever.

The RazorBloggers Take on the Offense

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Our fellow Hog bloggers over at RazorBloggers.net have been to practice and offer some thoughts about the offense is looking so far.

Garnet and Black Attack Previews South Carolina at Arkansas

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Looking forward to the game, guys. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this game.

A New Addition to the Hog Blogosphere

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The prestigious Hog blogosphere has a new site. It's called The Blog Hawgs, and it mixes Hog talk with posts on politics and pop culture. Written by Adam Butler and Brett Kincaid, the site is off to a great start, with detailed looks at the 2009 football prospects of Ole Miss and Vanderbilt. Stop by and tell the fellas "hello."

2009 Razorbacks: Perspective from the Bayou

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Our LSU counterpart, And the Valley Shook, weighs in with their take on the Razorbacks, both this year and last year. Interesting stuff.

We Are Sensing a Theme Here

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Our pals over at the outstanding Razorbloggers Network have weighed in with their 2009 predictions. Take a look at their individual prognostications and Chris Bahn's. Eerie. Downright eerie.

Celebration of the Razorback

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The University of Arkansas Athletic Department invites all fans to be a part of a historical event as the "Celebration of the Razorback," will be held Tuesday, July 21, 2009, in downtown Fayetteville at the Walton Arts Center parking lot on Dickson Street from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Newspaper Scan from 1894 - First Razorback Game

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This is what spending your Sunday afternoon in the library will produce. A one sentence summary of the first game in Razorback History. The game was played in 1894 between Arkansas (then Arkansas Industrial University) and Fort Smith High School.

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