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FAYETTEVILLE — On almost every pass play, the right tackle takes a big step back with his right leg, slides with the left and then quickly repeats the maneuver maybe a half-dozen times to stay in front of a defensive end.
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Before the list of candidates arrived, Mike Conley and Corliss Williamson were a certain 1-2 or 2-1 on the ballot for the roles they played in Razorback sports on the national stage.
Paring the list from 74 was the hard part and arranging the ballot me
Tired of punching air and a speed bag, Jermain Taylor soon will be begging trainer Pat Burns for a live target.
Taylor will make the plea next week or the week after and Burns will slow-play his fighter.
As a backup, the owner of the Arkansas RimRockers bought a championship trophy. In the American Basketball Association, there is no sure thing.
Aside from a league vice president presenting the trophy purchased by the ABA, the league championship game
Only four years removed from the NCAA championship, Connecticut lost 11 games and settled for the National Invitation Tournament.
Jim Calhoun, a genius when the Huskies won the big one in 1999, was still in charge and he was right on target with his a
So proficient at identifying assistants with potential when he was the head coach, Frank Broyles zeroed in on Norm Chow in 1996.
If things had gone right, Chow could have been in Fayetteville for the 1997 season. Instead, he is at the University of Southern California, calling plays for the two-time national champion and reigning as the supreme swami.