Arkansas has an arsenal of firepower on offense this year. The first Razorbacks that come to most people's minds are Tyler WIlson and Knile Davis. A name not to be overlooked is Dennis Johnson. He may be second on the depth chart at Arkansas, but he could start at most other schools. Johnson is a bruiser and can run you over, but also has the ability to bounce off defenders like a ping pong ball. He is just as explosive as a kick returner as he is a running back. James Brown of the Bleacher Report takes note of Johnson's special skill set.
B.J. Young's freshman year was impressive and gave fans hope of a return to the glory years for the Razorback Basketball program. One former Razorback has been impressed this summer by the young Razorback star. Year two could be special for Young and it could also be his last. Chris Bahn of Arkansas Sports 360 takes a look at what Young has been up to this summer and the changes that we could see from him.
What is going on with Tyrann Mathieu? It's hard to keep track. It seems there are constantly new reports about him being interested in this school or that school, or even staying a student at LSU. Some have even called this the Dwight Howard story of college football. Rumors are that he has failed multiple drug tests. If the rumors are true how many chances does the kid deserve? He made his bed and he should probably just lie in it and move on. AndTheValleyShook.com takes a look at the latest news surrounding their once-beloved Honey Badger.
Lane Kiffin did not vote his team No. 1 in the USA Today Sports Coaches poll. Waite a minute, he did vote his team No. 1. Yes I am confused too. USC Coach Lane Kiffin did in fact vote his team No. 1 in the poll, but he told reporters that he didn't for some reason. I chalk it up to Kiffin being Kiffin. He never has done things the easy way and has always enjoyed being a headline. Kiffin has now decided to not vote in the coaches poll. Jack Carey looks at Lane Kiffin's decision to leave the voting to others.
Good luck finding any video of the games, but the Arkansas Razorback Basketball team has taken their talents to Italy. The team is 2-0, and in their first game they dominated Amici del Campetto winning 129 - 87. Lindsey Tugaman, of todaysthv.com, looks back at the first game the Hogs played overseas. The Hogs were also impressive in their second game outscoring Atletas of Lithuania 95 - 84.
Little Rock's Pulaski Academy football team is known for its off-brand of football. PA Coach Kevin Kelly does not like to punt or kick to other teams at all, and he has been very successful. San Diego State Football Coach Rocky Long is considering PA Coach Kevin Kelly's no-punting offense. The Aztec coach hasn't made any official decisions, but he has noticed Kelly's success. Tod Leonard of UTSanDiego.com takes a look at what Long is considering.