Arkansas Launches Hogs+

Arkansas Athletics is partnering with Sport & Story to launch Hogs+, a subscription-based content streaming network that is set to launch Friday, Sept. 10 on arkansasrazorbacks.com and hogsplus.com.

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Arkansas and the SEC announced the Razorbacks’ 2021-22 conference schedule with the league opener is set for Dec. 29 at Mississippi State.

2021-22 Razorback MBB Schedule (Web) 2021-22 Razorback MBB Schedule (PDF)

From Hog Town to the Hog Walk, the Razorback Band and Spirit Squads to the nation’s most beloved mascot Tusk V, it was great to have our fans back at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium for the football season opener. Coach Sam Pittman and the football team delivered a strong second half showing on the way to a 38-17 win over the Rice Owls.

Arkansas is scheduled to play 13 non-conference games in the 2021-22 season, featuring nine at home – with two in-state universities – and a return to North Little Rock after a year’s hiatus.

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Current Arkansas men’s basketball season ticket holders and Razorback Foundation members will have an exclusive opportunity this week to request tickets for the Arkansas-Oklahoma men’s basketball game taking place at Tulsa’s BOK Center on Dec. 11.

It is that time again! After a record-breaking 2020-21 campaign, Razorback student-athletes, coaches and staff are on campus and gearing up for another banner athletics year in 2021-22. By this time next week, three of our fall sports (football, soccer and volleyball) will have officially started preparations for the season, with men’s and women’s cross country to begin later this month.

Arkansas All-American Moses Moody became the 13th Razorback to be selected in the first round of the NBA Draft when the Golden State Warriors selected the 6-6 guard with the 14th overall pick.

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When people in the basketball world hear the name Keith Smart, they think of the Indiana guard that made 'The Shot' to win a national title, a long-time NBA coach and a former JUCO star. But apart from all of his on-court accolades, Keith Smart is something more. He's a cancer survivor.

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