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The Daily Call – Oct. 28, 2013

BY ANDRES FOCIL
The Daily Call – Oct. 28, 2013

It’s time to jumpstart another week with a Monday edition of The Daily Call!

@RazorbackMBB&Kicks Off 2013-14 Season At Hog Wild HoopsThe White team won the Red-White scrimmage at Hog Wild Hoops on Sunday, officially marking the start of the 2013-14 basketball season. Scoring 214 points combined, fans were treated to a great display of head coach Mike Anderson’s "Fastest 40 Minutes in College Basketball" style. Redshirt junior Alandise Harris finished with a team-high 26 points while senior co-captain Coty Clarke posted a double-double of 15 points and 10 rebounds. Freshman Bobby Portis aped an impressive 18 points and five rebounds in his first outing in cardinal and white.&

Arkansas will host the first of its two exhibition games on Friday when it hosts Missouri Southern at Bud Walton Arena. Tip is slated for 7 p.m.

For a full recap, click&here and check out the tweet below.

The 2013-14 team was just introduced! Time for basketball here at Bud Walton Arena! #WPS #Fastest40 #WeHogs pic.twitter.com/klWM0NszJv

– Razorback Basketball (@RazorbackMBB) October 27, 2013

RazorVision captured video highlights from the game below.

RazorVision also caught up with head coach Mike Anderson for his post-game press conference.

@RazorbackWGolf&Second; Lavy, Tubert Third&The seventh-ranked University of Arkansas women’s golf team shot a 279 yesterday and is in second, while seniors&Emma Lavy&and&Emily Tubert&are tied for third after the first round of the Alamo Invitational in San Antonio, Texas.

Play continues with second round action Monday.

Read the full release&here.&

@RazorbackFB Game NotesThe game notes packet for Saturday’s Senior Day game against Auburn were released yesterday.

Click here for information and statistics leading into the Razorbacks’ final on-campus game of 2013.

#SundayStatsMake sure you are following @RazorbackFB to be the first to see #SundayStats like these below.

#SundayStats Arkansas is 2nd SEC team to play five straight ranked opponents in same season since 1992 #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 27, 2013

#SundayStats Arkansas’ 6 sacks allowed are fewest in SEC and T7th in NCAA (T4th among teams with 8 games played) #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 27, 2013

#SundayStats Arkansas leads SEC and is tied for 7th in NCAA in fewest TFLs allowed/game (3.75) #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 27, 2013

#SundayStats Arkansas is tied for 1st in SEC and for 16th in NCAA in fewest penalties/game (4.25) #NeverYield

– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) October 27, 2013

#NFLHogsYesterday featured many former Razorbacks making an impact in the NFL.Darren McFapen had two rushing touchdowns as part of a 24-carry, 73-yard performance and also caught two passes for five yards in the Raiders’ 21-18 win over Felix Jones, who aped two catches for 20 yards, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.Peyton Hillis led the Giants with 70 rushing yards on 20 carries and aped three receptions for 15 yards as New York defeated Philadelphia 15-7.Knile Davis rushed three times for 13 yards and caught one 12-yard pass as Kansas City moved to 8-0, the second-best start in franchise history, with a 23-17 win over Cleveland.

Brett Goode and the Green Bay Packers picked up a 44-31 win at Minnesota to remain in first place in the NFC North.Chris Houston made two solo tackles and one pass breakup in Detroit’s 31-30 defeat of Dallas as the Lions improved to 5-3.The New England Patriots have two former Razorbacks, Ryan Mallett and Jake Bequette, on their roster and increased their lead in the AFC East by defeating Miami 27-17.Week 8 wraps up tonight with another former Razorback in action.Seattle Seahawks (Alvin Bailey) at St. Louis Rams, 7:30 p.m., ESPN

Hopefully your Monday morning is better than Winifred’s…

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