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 on: Today at 03:50:27 pm 
Started by jbcarol - Last post by jbcarol

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 on: Today at 03:49:14 pm 
Started by hogz11 - Last post by PorkSoda
He won't make the start of fall camp but should make the start of classes.

Seems like a prime redshirt candidate.
thats fine, I think we still have upper classmen at safety, and it never hurts to take a year getting settled into the system before being thrown to the wolves in the SEC.

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 on: Today at 03:49:13 pm 
Started by Kevin McPherson - Last post by Kevin McPherson
Not going to lie, this is a recruit that excites me as a fan. Having a 6'10 guy on the roster to play with Gafford would be huge now that we are out on Perry. Hoping to hear more about this guy.

I like the idea of this (juco guy). It would give next years team a vet that needs one as next years club will be pretty inexperienced. ALSO, and this is big, it would free up another spot for that awesome 2020 class which I'm sure the coaches are factoring in as well.
BUT, the guy has to be able to play. His stats from last year arent impressive, but from all I know he could be at one of those loaded juco schools that has 7-8 D1 guys on it. But if he can play, and he is a top 10 JUCO guy I'd be all for it, just no reaches.

Coming off the bench behind sophs, he was #4 in the nation in blocks and top 40 in both offensive and defensive rebounds.  At the very least he should be an asset on D and the boards.  On O who knows?  A lot can change in a year for big guys, but he needs skill development.


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 on: Today at 03:48:53 pm 
Started by jbcarol - Last post by jbcarol

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Bjork said Luke will earn $500,000 this season in addition to the $660,000 Luke was making as the program’s co-offensive coordinator/offensive line coach.

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 on: Today at 03:48:32 pm 
Started by Boss Hog in the Arkansas - Last post by Sed76
Last time I regularly listened to Drive Time was in 2003. I recently turned it on and 14 years later it is exactly the same. Format, music and most of the same callers.

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 on: Today at 03:47:12 pm 
Started by The Chief - Last post by pigture perfect
One of the best steaks of my life was eaten at the Cattleman's Steakhouse about 30 minutes outside of town at Indian Wells or Springs. It's a great place to take your kids to as well. They have a petting zoo and a Stage Coach museum.

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 on: Today at 03:46:32 pm 
Started by GoHogs1091 - Last post by jbcarol

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Southeastern Conference team no one expected to make the Final Four in Phoenix is now the short-term model for nearly everyone else in the league, including Alabama.

“Be like the South Carolina Gamecocks” could be a rallying call for the upcoming 2017-18 men’s basketball season. With high expectations for Kentucky and maybe Florida, the rest of the league hopes for a similar leap...

“Hopefully we’ll be ready to take that take step,” Alabama coach Avery Johnson said. The Crimson Tide certainly has the potential to land just its second NCAA Tournament invitation since 2006 this season — and then, who knows?

Alabama went 19-15 last season, and 10-8 in league play, which was good enough to tie Ole Miss and Vanderbilt for fifth in the SEC, only to land yet another NIT appearance.

ama fans were quick to note that the Crimson Tide were the last team to beat the Gamecocks prior to the NCAA Tournament. They also won their other matchup as well in four overtimes — 90-86 on Feb. 7, when host South Carolina was ranked No. 19.

While there’s no doubt that Alabama is a better team on paper than it was a year ago, having added a terrific recruiting class led by guards Collin Sexton and John Petty, there’s no guarantee that will translate into a jump up in the SEC standings.

That’s not a knock on the Crimson Tide, because the league is stepping up its game as well.

Arkansas and Texas A&M were solid last year and shouldn’t be overlooked.

Razorbacks finished third in the league and made the NCAA field. Daryl Macon and Jaylen Barford both withdrew their names from the NBA draft and coach Mike Anderson added a solid recruiting class.

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 on: Today at 03:45:32 pm 
Started by Boss Hog in the Arkansas - Last post by Wildhog
Haven't listened to the Buzz in ages

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 on: Today at 03:43:09 pm 
Started by Boss Hog in the Arkansas - Last post by Andrew Hogfan
I agree most callers are irritating. But, still, all i want to hear about is the hogs

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 on: Today at 03:42:49 pm 
Started by RebelW - Last post by jbcarol

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Bovada released the 22 teams most likely to make the four-team College Football Playoff

Bama has the best odds in the country at 2-5 to make it and 7-4 to miss.

LSU, despite hiring coach Ed Orgeron last November, has the second-best odds in the SEC at 4-1.

Auburn keeps riding the hype around transfer quarterback Jarrett Stidham and has the 10th-best odds in the country at 6-1.

Georgia and Florida, tied at 12th best at 7-1.

Bovada gave the Vols 12-to-1 odds to make the playoff and 1-30 that they won’t.


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