A complete list of the 2010 SEC Men’s Basketball postseason awards follows. First Team All-SEC *Trey Thompkins, Georgia – F, 6-10, 247, So., Lithonia, Ga. *DeMarcus Cousins, Kentucky – F 6-11, 270, Fr., Mobile, Ala. Patrick Patterson, Kentucky – F 6-9, 235, Jr., Hunting... Read More >
BERKELEY, Calif. – Tim Carver and Collin Kuhn each had a pair of hits, but the Razorback offense was kept off the scoreboard in a 6-0 loss to California (7-3) Sunday afternoon in the finale of the weekend series. Arkansas (8-2) left eight runners on base and was hindered by three errors in the... Read More >
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Mike Washington scored eight points and grabbed nine rebounds for the Arkansas men’s basketball team on Saturday afternoon, but despite a valiant effort by the Razorbacks, the Hogs dropped the regular season finale at Bud Walton Arena, 68-66. Arkansas (1... Read More >
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Sophomore Courtney Fortson scored 21 points for the University of Arkansas men’s basketball team on Wednesday night in Knoxville, Tenn., but the Razorbacks could not upset the 16th-ranked Tennessee Volunteers on their home court, dropping an 80-73 game. Ar... Read More >
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Propelled by five event titles, including two from senior Dorian Ulrey, and two runner-up finishes, No. 6 Arkansas Razorback men’s track and field won the team title at the 2010 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships, at the Randal Tyson Track Center, on Sunday. ... Read More >
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Marshawn Powell scored 27 points to lead the Univ. of Arkansas men’s basketball team against the No. 16 Vanderbilt Commodores on Saturday afternoon, but poor shooting by the Razorbacks led to an 89-72 loss at Bud Walton Arena. Arkansas (14-15, 7-7 SEC) d... Read More >
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas will keep base ticket prices for non-conference football games the same for next season, but will increase the price of its general stadium ticket for Southeastern Conference games and include a charge for games played at War Memorial Stadium, Vice Chancellor and ... Read More >
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – On a night when senior Mike Washington became the 33rd player in Arkansas history to score 1,000 career points, the Razorback men’s basketball team was led by freshman Marshawn Powell’s 26 points in a 92-79 victory over South Carolina Wednesday at Bud Walton Ar... Read More >
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – University of Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett sustained a broken bone in his left foot during conditioning drills Wednesday morning. Mallett is expected to miss spring practice and fully recover in three to four months. “It is unfortunate since Ryan wo... Read More >
IN CLOSE RACE, COACHES GIVE LSU EDGE TO WIN 2010 SEC BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Florida picked as Eastern Division Champion The LSU Tigers are predicted to repeat as the 2010 Southeastern Conference baseball champions, as voted by the league’s 12 baseball coaches in the 19th annual preseason SE... Read More >

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Drivetime Sports is the stalwart of Arkansas sports talk radio.  Hosted each day by Randy Rainwater and Rick Schaeffer, it’s the most successful sports talk radio show in Arkansas’ history.  Each day the guys talk about the sports news of the day and let callers share their thoughts and vent their feelings from 4pm-7pm.  It’s like a 100,000 watt help-line.  Rick is a walking Razorback history book having worked more than 20 years in the U of A Athletic Department and Randy is the dean of Natural State sports talk radio hosts with nearly two decades behind the microphone on DTS.  The guys are joined in studio from time to time by guests like former Razorback Marcus Elliott and long-time broadcaster Ray Tucker and get live daily reports from Fayetteville during football and basketball seasons from insider Trey Biddy of www.Hawgsports.com. Listed below are the DTS affiliates around the state in addition to the flagship of 103.7 The Buzz.

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KAGL - 93.3 El Dorado

KTLO - AM 1240/FM 97.9 Mountain Home

KFFA - AM 1360/FM 103.1 Helena

KGPQ - 99.9 Monticello

KNWA - AM 1600 Harrison

KDYN - 96.7 Ozark

KTTG - 96.3 Fort Smith

KXJK - AM 950 Forrest City

KNAS - 105.5 Nashville

KREB - AM 1190 Fayetteville

KSAR - 92.3 Cherokee Village

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