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  • #1 by WilsonHog on 19 Mar 2017
  • This team kept me engaged and entertained for almost four months. Many more good memories than bad ones from them. I appreciate the job Mike Anderson did. I appreciate the way Jaylen and Darryl bought into what we were doing. I certainly appreciate the work of our seniors; Dusty, Moses, and Manny gave us all they had, and represented our program and university well.

    As for Mike, he will be here a long while, until he chooses not to be. As it should be; our program is in good hands with Mike.

    (As an aside, I've stayed away from Hogville for a month, and discovered I was a happier Razorback fan for it. Something I need to continue.)
  • #2 by ChitownHawg on 19 Mar 2017
  • This team kept me engaged and entertained for almost four months. Many more good memories than bad ones from them. I appreciate the job Mike Anderson did. I appreciate the way Jaylen and Darryl bought into what we were doing. I certainly appreciate the work of our seniors; Dusty, Moses, and Manny gave us all they had, and represented our program and university well.

    As for Mike, he will be here a long while, until he chooses not to be. As it should be; our program is in good hands with Mike.

    (As an aside, I've stayed away from Hogville for a month, and discovered I was a happier Razorback fan for it. Something I need to continue.)

    Ditto on the team and coaches. Ditto on not hanging out in HV very much is good for the soul.  ;)
  • #3 by jjdlc on 19 Mar 2017
  • Absolutely.  Has me believing we might actually be back sooner rather than later.
  • #4 by Breems on 19 Mar 2017
  • Hear, hear!

    Thank you for extending our basketball season into March and giving us something to believe in. I've never been more confident in this program. These guys didn't get as far as they wanted, but as Macon said in the pre-season, they are putting Arkansas back on the map.

    Basketball is a thing again in Arkansas!
  • #5 by RaisinHog on 19 Mar 2017
  • Nice post and I agree !
  • #6 by HawgnCorona on 19 Mar 2017
  • Thanks Kingsley, Dusty, Manny....u played your butts off.  For that I appreciate you much and you all have much to be proud of. May the Universe blesses u all and provides you with all the good it has to offer. Thank u for being Razorbacks. U will be missed...
  • #7 by pigasaurus on 19 Mar 2017
  • Good job guys!!!!
  • #8 by southarkhog06 on 19 Mar 2017
  • Hats off to this team.
  • #9 by ShadowHawg on 19 Mar 2017
  • Hog basketball has become fun for me again. Thanks to this team.
  • #10 by sickboy on 19 Mar 2017
  • They've brought Arkansas basketball back. I have friends texting me from all over the country about the game. That hasn't happened in years. Program is headed in the right direction. Just a few minutes away from being a Sweet 16, number one seed beating team. I'll take that.
  • #11 by HawgWild on 19 Mar 2017
  • Good season overall. Looking forward to next year. WPS
  • #12 by synthartist69 on 19 Mar 2017
  • Thank you Mike Anderson and everyone on the team. You played with heart and passion and had to overcome refs all season. I love what you have done for our basketball program!
  • #13 by MartinGit on 19 Mar 2017
  • This team kept me engaged and entertained for almost four months. Many more good memories than bad ones from them. I appreciate the job Mike Anderson did. I appreciate the way Jaylen and Darryl bought into what we were doing. I certainly appreciate the work of our seniors; Dusty, Moses, and Manny gave us all they had, and represented our program and university well.

    As for Mike, he will be here a long while, until he chooses not to be. As it should be; our program is in good hands with Mike.

    (As an aside, I've stayed away from Hogville for a month, and discovered I was a happier Razorback fan for it. Something I need to continue.)

    I didn't think I'd say this at the start of the season but: "What he said"
  • #14 by HamIAm on 19 Mar 2017
  • Yes, great never say die attitude. Proud of the whole team. After we lost our first 2 conference games at home I thought the season was in the dumpster. This weekend you proved you are top 20 quality.  To the Srs, you'll always be Hogs!
  • #15 by hobhog on 19 Mar 2017
  • Agreed. We looked scared to death and totally outmatched - That comeback from 17 down was a thing of beauty. Great job on all accounts.
  • #16 by lc480 on 19 Mar 2017
  • when is the NCAA going to do something about the cheating  NC was caught in?????
  • #17 by riccoar on 19 Mar 2017
  • Thought we played awesome against the #1 team in the nation. Had not expected us to be in it that late. Team was definitely rolling the last 1/3 of the season. Turned out great and I can't wait to beootch slap Kenpunky next year in BWA.
  • #18 by JimDandy on 19 Mar 2017
  • Cheers, Wilson
  • #19 by HamSammich on 19 Mar 2017
  • This place is toxic unless you realize it and keep thick skin.
  • #20 by Danny J on 19 Mar 2017
  • Very proud of our guys
  • #21 by alohawg on 19 Mar 2017
  • I was tough on them in the 1st half today, but they came back stronger than I thought they had in them to do. Congrats on all they accomplished and an effort today worthy of the respect and admiration of all hog fans. Go hogs!
  • #22 by factchecker on 19 Mar 2017
  • #23 by FineAsSwine on 19 Mar 2017
  •  :razorback: :razorback: :razorback:
  • #24 by j-mann on 19 Mar 2017
  • the kids and coaches  did a great job  today   


    the 2 awful calls   plus macon  going down then  comes back at 50% hurt  no shame  in loseing to a top 5 team like this   

    hopefully  we can get some G Depth  and  be back in next year     
  • #25 by j-mann on 19 Mar 2017
  • we were 3 min from the Etile 8   we wouild had beat Butler in Memphis  and with Coach Cal  in Memphis  he wouild had lost to UCLA or US   
  • #26 by DeltaBoy on 19 Mar 2017
  • Thanks Hogs great season.
  • #27 by azhog10 on 19 Mar 2017
  • Hell of a season. I thoughtif we could get it to two possessions with a minute to go we would have won it. Kingsley missed three free throws late and Macon cramping up hurt us. Hannah's played hard but was getting hacked all night and couldn't handle the ball. I thought the Bailey steal and the no charge call were huge. Both amounted to points for them and no points for us. Those two go the way they should have and we would have been up three with the ball under a minute to go. We get kinglseys free throws and we are up 6.
  • #28 by HardingHog on 19 Mar 2017
  • Great year for the players and coaches. Though it didn't end the way I wanted, I loved the fight and heart by our guys. I hope this year is a spring board for next season and we come back stronger and ready to make a little deeper postseason run. Thank you to Moses, Dusty, and Manny for all their contributions to the program. They definitely left it in a better place. Now I'm optimistic looking to the future with many high caliber recruits and a few high caliber players returning and I am excited to see what the future holds! WPS!  :razorback:
  • #29 by Tick Hog on 19 Mar 2017
  •  Just finished watching, had to record it, while I'm heartbroken I'm damn proud of our players coaches ect. These kids fought their guts out and represented the U of A well.
  • #30 by razorbackred1 on 19 Mar 2017
  • Agree ..... kids played their butts off, that's all you can ask ..... proud to be a Hog tonight!
  • #31 by factchecker on 19 Mar 2017
  • It broke their hearts worse than ours.  Do whatever you can to show them support and love.

  • #32 by ChitownHawg on 20 Mar 2017
  • It broke their hearts worse than ours.  Do whatever you can to show them support and love.



    Great photo showing they left everything on the court.
  • #33 by SamBuckhart on 20 Mar 2017
  • Thanks HOGS. Great to see your success this season. My grand daughter asked me when we play again. Haha. She had fun watching. Proud of you young men. WOOO PIG!
  • #34 by lunchbox72703 on 20 Mar 2017
  • Thank You Razorbacks!!!  This season was great......and this is how I feel.....

  • #35 by Little Lady Back on 20 Mar 2017
  • It broke their hearts worse than ours.  Do whatever you can to show them support and love.



    This pretty well sums it up!
  • #36 by hoglady on 20 Mar 2017
  • Thanks to Dusty, Moses and Manny - what a great season.

    If you didn't get excited about the future of Hog basketball during the 1st half comeback I don't know what to say. We got a glimpse of the potential of next year's team.
    Heck - I'm ready for basketball season to start again.
  • #37 by Little Lady Back on 20 Mar 2017
  • Thanks to Dusty, Moses and Manny - what a great season.

    If you didn't get excited about the future of Hog basketball during the 1st half comeback I don't know what to say. We got a glimpse of the potential of next year's team.
    Heck - I'm ready for basketball season to start again.

    Well said, Hoglady! I am also ready for the new season to start.
  • #38 by PonderinHog on 20 Mar 2017
  • Thanks to Dusty, Moses and Manny - what a great season.

    If you didn't get excited about the future of Hog basketball during the 1st half comeback I don't know what to say. We got a glimpse of the potential of next year's team.
    Heck - I'm ready for basketball season to start again.
    This team's heart reminds me so much of the '92-'93 team that pushed UNC, of all teams, to the limit.  They gave those darned bluebloods all they wanted and then some.  We all know what happened the next year.   We may not reach the pinnacle next season, but the foundation for sustained success was laid by Dusty, Moses and Manny and for that, I am grateful.  It's been a hell of a ride!  Hate to see it end.

    Hear, hear!

    Thank you for extending our basketball season into March and giving us something to believe in. I've never been more confident in this program. These guys didn't get as far as they wanted, but as Macon said in the pre-season, they are putting Arkansas back on the map.

    Basketball is a thing again in Arkansas!
    And one more thing, Breems!



    Hawgball is back!   :razorback: :razorback: :razorback:
  • #39 by Youngsta71701 on 20 Mar 2017
  • It broke their hearts worse than ours.  Do whatever you can to show them support and love.


    A little comic relief. Is it me or does Dustin Thomas look like Bruno Mars and does Lonzo Ball look like Drake? ;D
  • #40 by gchamblee on 20 Mar 2017
  • This team kept me engaged and entertained for almost four months. Many more good memories than bad ones from them. I appreciate the job Mike Anderson did. I appreciate the way Jaylen and Darryl bought into what we were doing. I certainly appreciate the work of our seniors; Dusty, Moses, and Manny gave us all they had, and represented our program and university well.

    As for Mike, he will be here a long while, until he chooses not to be. As it should be; our program is in good hands with Mike.

    (As an aside, I've stayed away from Hogville for a month, and discovered I was a happier Razorback fan for it. Something I need to continue.)

    Can you elaborate on what about hogville removes happiness from you as a fan? Is it something that can be fixed that would improve the experience for other fans?
  • #41 by PonderinHog on 20 Mar 2017
  • #42 by Youngsta71701 on 20 Mar 2017

  • Yep, I assume your still ponderin...
  • #43 by Hollywood_HOGan45 on 20 Mar 2017
  • This team kept me engaged and entertained for almost four months. Many more good memories than bad ones from them. I appreciate the job Mike Anderson did. I appreciate the way Jaylen and Darryl bought into what we were doing. I certainly appreciate the work of our seniors; Dusty, Moses, and Manny gave us all they had, and represented our program and university well.

    As for Mike, he will be here a long while, until he chooses not to be. As it should be; our program is in good hands with Mike.

    (As an aside, I've stayed away from Hogville for a month, and discovered I was a happier Razorback fan for it. Something I need to continue.)

    Arkansas basketball is in the best position it's been in in quite some time. It's been a pretty dark 15-20 years but I think we are finally awakening the sleeping giant.

    Basketball is finally fun again.
  • #44 by Karma on 20 Mar 2017
  • This team kept me engaged and entertained for almost four months. Many more good memories than bad ones from them. I appreciate the job Mike Anderson did. I appreciate the way Jaylen and Darryl bought into what we were doing. I certainly appreciate the work of our seniors; Dusty, Moses, and Manny gave us all they had, and represented our program and university well.

    As for Mike, he will be here a long while, until he chooses not to be. As it should be; our program is in good hands with Mike.

    (As an aside, I've stayed away from Hogville for a month, and discovered I was a happier Razorback fan for it. Something I need to continue.)
    It was a wild ride, but in the good a solid season.

    As for your aside, I generally find seasons more enjoyable when I don't follow Hogville. Which doesn't explain why I'm always on here.
  • #45 by Sportster365 on 20 Mar 2017
  • I still question Mikes decision making.

    No other 5 players should have accumulated more minutes on the floor in this Tournament together than
    Kingsley
    Thompson
    Barford
    Hannahs
    Macon

    Trey brings boards, defense and a passing ability you can run an offense through. I saw this 5 play very well together and with a lot of confidence in each other.

    When you're getting demolished on the glass like we were against Seton Hall common sense should tell you to get your best two rebounders in the game before their second chance points sends us first round packing. I mean what are you saving him for?? If Thomas is good enough to make the starting line up then he should be good enough to be the first off the bench to give one of the two bigs a breather.
  • #46 by factchecker on 20 Mar 2017
  • A little comic relief. Is it me or does Dustin Thomas look like Bruno Mars and does Lonzo Ball look like Drake? ;D

    I can see it.  Funny enough Dustin is a legit giant compared to Bruno.

    Bruno is somewhere around 5'5"

  • #47 by Karma on 20 Mar 2017
  • I can see it.  Funny enough Dustin is a legit giant compared to Bruno.

    Bruno is somewhere around 5'5"


    I would take T. Swizzle at our 4 spot.
  • #48 by nchogg on 20 Mar 2017
  • Good job team. Go Hogs! :razorback: :razorback: :razorback: :razorback: :razorback:
  • #49 by DoubleReedHawgCaller on 20 Mar 2017
  • There were highs and lows this year but in the end they were one heartbeat like Mike and us Arkansas fans wanted. Thanks for the memories guys!
  • #50 by Birminghog on 20 Mar 2017
  • This team kept me engaged and entertained for almost four months. Many more good memories than bad ones from them. I appreciate the job Mike Anderson did. I appreciate the way Jaylen and Darryl bought into what we were doing. I certainly appreciate the work of our seniors; Dusty, Moses, and Manny gave us all they had, and represented our program and university well.

    As for Mike, he will be here a long while, until he chooses not to be. As it should be; our program is in good hands with Mike.

    (As an aside, I've stayed away from Hogville for a month, and discovered I was a happier Razorback fan for it. Something I need to continue.)

    Well played, Wilson. I wish you could bring the same sanity to JB (& MMQ) that you have established in EI.
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