Welcome to another Friday edition of The Daily Call.
Olate Dogs Set To Appear At Bud Walton
The Olate Dogs, winners of America’s Got Talent, will perform during halftime of both the Arkansas women’s and men’s basketball games on Dec. 28. The first animal act in the history of America’s Got Talent to reach the final round and to win, the Olate Dogs are led by Richard Olate and his son, Nicholas. Read more about the show here.
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Hurd Speaks With RazorVision
Senior offensive lineman David Hurd discussed many topics with RazorVision as his career came to an end. Hurd spoke with Chuck Barrett about graduating and preparing to continue pursuing a professional football career. The duo also spoke about Hurd’s lessons learned in his time as a Razorback. The West Monroe, La., native came to Arkansas as a walk-on before starting his final two seasons at offensive tackle.
ESPN Word Association
Joe Tessitore recently was named the host of the SEC Network’s traveling Saturday pregame show, SEC Nation, set to debut Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014. As the 2013 gridiron season comes to end in the next two weeks, Front Row asked Tessitore to play a game of word association centered on SEC member schools’ football programs. Hear what he had to say about Arkansas:
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