Five Razorbacks to Participate in All-Star Games

Five seniors from the Arkansas football team are set to compete in three college all-star games over the next two weekends, kicking off with the East-West Shrine Game and the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Jan. 19.

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The Arkansas gymnastics team fell at Kentucky Friday evening 195.275-193.875. The Razorbacks hit the road again for the Metroplex Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas next Saturday.

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Arkansas freshman Julian Perico shot the low round of the day – a 7-under-par 65 – and jumped from 61st to eighth in day two at the Latin America Amateur Championship. Round one leader Alvaro Ortiz is one stroke back.

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Arkansas returns to SEC action on Big Monday with a 6 p.m. tip at Tennessee.

The Razorbacks get back to competition with a tough road contest at Tennessee on Monday.

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Arkansas stays on the road for another contest versus a top 25 program as the Razorbacks travel to Oxford, Miss., to face #18 Ole Miss on Saturday (Jan. 19). Tip-off is set for Noon and the game will be telecast on the SEC Network.

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Head coach Mike Anderson met the win the media to discuss the upcoming game at #18 Ole Mis.

Sophomores Mason Jones and Daniel Gafford discuss the upcoming game at #18 Ole Miss.

With the 2019 Razorback baseball season just around the corner, fans can mark their calendars down for another set of important dates as the annual Swatter’s Club luncheons will begin on Monday, Feb. 11.