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Madden Leads @RazorbackMBB Past Savannah State Behind a career-high 21 points from juniorRashad Madden, the Arkansas men’s basketball team stretched its home win streak to 20 games with a 72-43 win over Savannah State on Thursday night at Bud Walton Arena.The Razorbacks outscored Savannah State 45-18 in the second half en route to improving to 7-2 on the season and stretching their win streak to three games. For the full recap click here.
HOGS WIN!!! Razorbacks take down Savannah State 72-43! @BPortistime w/1st career double-double 10pts and 11reb #WPS pic.twitter.com/5vX2ZhQkWH
– Razorback Basketball (@RazorbackMBB) December 13, 2013
@RazorbackGYM Preseason Rankings The Razorback gymnastics team will start its 2014 campaign as the No. 11 team in the land when the Gyminfo coaches’ poll was released on Thursday. For more info click here.
@RazorbackWBB Garnering National Attention Off to its best start since 2010-11, the University of Arkansas women’s basketball team (11-0) has begun garnering national attention in updated polls and rankings. Read about all the newest marks for the Razorbacks and see where they stand nationally here.
@RazorbackFB Places Four On SEC All-Freshman Team Alex Collins, Hunter Henry, Denver Kirkland and Darius Philon were voted to the SEC All-Freshman Team by the conference’s coaches, it was announced yesterday. Arkansas’ three offensive student-athletes were the most by one school, and the four overall selections tied for the most in the conference. Read more about the recognition here
Four Razorbacks Recognized By College Football News Alex Collins, Hunter Henry, Dan Skipper and Darius Philon were included on College Football News’ All-Freshman Team released yesterday. Collins and Henry were first-team selections, making Arkansas the only team in the country with two first-teamers on offense, while Skipper and Philon earned honorable-mention accolades. For more on the team, click here
Smith Presented Crip Hall Award Chris Smith was presented the Crip Hall Award at last night’s basketball game. Smith won the award, presented to the senior with the best performance in the Homecoming game, for his seven-tackle game, including four solo stops, against No. 14 South Carolina.
Chris Smith (@42arkansas) was presented the Crip Hall Award at tonight’s basketball game #NeverYield pic.twitter.com/LMd8ty8anf
– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) December 13, 2013
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