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The Daily Call – Oct. 14, 2013

The Daily Call – Oct. 14, 2013

Welcome to the Monday edition of The Daily Call.

Volleyball Tops Tennessee@RazorbackVB capped its weekend Sunday afternoon with a four-set road win (13-25, 27-25, 25-20, 25-22) at Tennessee. The Razorbacks were paced by a pair of career-best performances from senior Hayley Koop and freshman Breana Jones who registered 18 and 13 kills, respectively. Read the complete recap here.

Just under 10 minutes until first serve in Knoxville. #GameDay #SECSunday

– Razorback Volleyball (@RazorbackVB) October 13, 2013

Fourth Place for Golf in Chapel HillUniversity of Arkansas sophomore Gabriela Lopez posted a one-under 215 leading the third-ranked @RazorbackWGolf to a fourth-place finish at the Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Sunday.

Lopez, a Mexico City, Mexico, native, finished with a final round of 69 shooting 70-76-60=215 for the tournament. Lopez opened her day with a double, but promptly rallied with a birdie for the next hole. She birdied the fourth, ninth, 12th, 17th and 18th holes en route to her team-leading finish.

Read a complete recap of the performance here.

Football Game NotesThis week is @BretBielema’s 100th game as a head coach. See notes related to that and other information for Saturday’s game at Alabama here.

Razorbacks Look Toward AlabamaThe @RazorbackFB team began game week for Saturday’s game at Alabama yesterday. After practice, assistant coaches met with the media. For the report from yesterday, which includes Darius Philon moving into the starting lineup and offensive line progress, click here.

#SundayStatsFollow @RazorbackFB for instant updates and stats, like these below:

#SundayStats Arkansas’ +15 sack differential is 1st in SEC and tied for 4th in NCAA behind 3-way tie for 1st at +16 #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 13, 2013

#SundayStats Arkansas leads SEC in total sacks, sacks/game, sack yards, TFL yards and blocked kicks #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 13, 2013

#SundayStats Chris Smith leads SEC in total sacks (6.0, 7th in NCAA), sack yards (-51, 5th) and TFL yards (-55, 9th) #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 13, 2013

#SundayStats Alex Collins leads NCAA freshmen in rushing yards (720, 11th overall) and rushing yards/game (102.9, 22nd) #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 13, 2013

#SundayStats Sam Irwin-Hill’s 79-yard punt yesterday is longest in SEC and tied for 2nd in NCAA this season #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 13, 2013


#NFLHogsWeek 6 featured numerous former Razorbacks in action.

-Knile Davis and the Kansas City Chiefs continued the second-best start in franchise history by beating Oakland 24-7 and moving to 6-0.

– Chris Houston made six tackles, including four solo, as the Detroit Lions defeated Cleveland 31-17 to stay tied for the NFC North division lead with Chicago.

– Jason Peters helped the Philadelphia Eagles move into first place in the NFC East with a 31-20 win at Tampa Bay. The Eagles became just the second team in NFL history to accumulate at least 1,500 yards passing and 1,050 yards rushing through the first six games of a season, joining the 1954 Rams.

– Brett Goode and the Green Bay Packers went on the road to Baltimore and earned a 19-17 win over the Ravens to improve to 3-2, one game out of the NFC North lead.

– The New England Patriots, with Jake Bequette and Ryan Mallett, improved to 5-1 with an exciting, come-from-behind 30-27 win over New Orleans, handing the Saints their first loss of 2013.

– Felix Jones rushed five times for 18 yards and made one 15-yard reception as the Pittsburgh Steelers earned their first win of the season by defeating the New York Jets 19-6.

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