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The Daily Call – Aug. 15, 2013

The Daily Call – Aug. 15, 2013

Football is in the thick of camp with two-a-days, women’s basketball reaches Venice, cross country Razorbacks are unanimous and plenty more. We’ve passed the halfway point of the workweek. It’s all downhill from here. Let’s call those Hogs…

Italy UpdateThe Arkansas women’s basketball team continues its journey through Italy. Yesterday, the Razorbacks enjoyed an amazing day of discovery in Venice and Como.

Looks like steak was on the menu for dinner.

Eating amazing steak tonight in Como with @mel_mo33 @jessjack_00 @KBrooksie15 @SECathlete @kenziemichelle3.

– Razorback WBB (@RazorbackWBB) August 14, 2013

This mornings view in Como. It’s amazing. #NeverYield

– Razorback WBB (@RazorbackWBB) August 15, 2013

@ArkansasWBB Exhibition Results:W: Arkansas 71, Italian Select 55 &| &RecapW: Arkansas 87, Vicenza All-Star Team 28 &| &Recap

-&Italy Central Page-&Photo Gallery

Cross Country HypeBoth Arkansas men’s and women’s cross country programs were picked to win the 2013 SEC Cross Country Championships, in a vote of the league’s head coaches on Wednesday. Three-time defending conference champions, the UA men were a unanimous pick.

Razorback Preseason Camp Report@RazorbackFB wrapped up another round of two-a-days on Wednesday, taking to the practice fields early in the day and then once again&under the lights.

Following the morning session, RazorVision caught up with running backs coach Joel Thomas for an exclusive interview.

Following the evening session, RazorVision checked in one-on-one with sophomore running back Jonathan Williams.

Dallas Cowboys Worth NFL-Best $2.3 Billion

Arkansas alumn Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys finished atop all NFL franchises in a list of NFL team values published by Forbes Magazine on Wednesday. It marked the seventh straight year that the Cowboys topped the list, as Dallas remains the only NFL franchise worth more than $2 billion.

Forbes’ NFL Team Values (top five):

Dallas Cowboys – $2.3 billion New England Patriots – $1.8 billion Washington Redskins – $1.7 billion New York Giants – $1.55 billion Houston Texans – $1.45 billion

The NFL preseason resumes tonight with a number of former Razorbacks in play:&
Detroit Lions (Chris Houston) vs. Cleveland Browns – 6:30 p.m. Carolina Panthers (Joe Adams) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (Felix Jones, Jason Peters) – 6:30 p.m. Atlanta Falcons (Ronnie Wingo Jr.) vs. Baltimore Ravens – 6:30 p.m. San Diego Chargers (Greg Gatson)&vs. Chicago Bears (Jamaal Anderson, Jerry Franklin) – 7 p.m., ESPN
Razorback in the ‘Big Brother’ House
Looking to get your reality television fill? Be sure and check out tonight’s episode of
Big Brother on CBS at 8 p.m., as Arkansas native Spencer Clawson tries to avoid elimination and stay in contention for the show’s grand prize winnings of $500,000. Spencer has been showcasing his Razorback pride all summer long, often wearing an same Arkansas t-shirt.
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