📈 STOCK UP (3/25)
Good morning.I hope you're making arrangements for Saturday night. Last-minute babysitters ain't cheap. You also might want to make sure they're okay with you coming home a few minutes late—if the Texas Tech game is any indication, it's going to come down to the wire.
🔺 Cue Ball. Tye Richardson of The Morning Rush radio show said he'd shave his head bald if Arkansas made the Final Four. Razorback men's basketball head coach Eric Musselman is "all in" on the bet.Sorry, Tye... but I have a feeling there are about a million people rooting against you.
🔺 He Ain't Playing Around. Spring football is in full swing and new defensive line coach Jermial Ashley wants his unit to be as disruptive as possible. Watch the full video here.
🔺 Break Out The Brooms. The Razorback baseball and softball teams cleaned up this week, putting the finishing touches on some midweek sweeps last night. Arkansas baseball won 9-4 over Memphis as Matt Goodheart put together a four-hit, two-RBI day. And Arkansas softball won 7-4 over Kansas with help from Braxton Burnside who mashed her 16th homer of the season, which is one short of the school record.
🔺 Two Can Play That Game. Chelsea Dungee and Destiny Slocum were both selected as 2021 Division I Region All-American Finalists by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. Dungee and Slocum were two of just 52 players selected, and both will be considered for the WBCA’s NCAA Division I All-American Team.
🔺 The Floor's The Limit. Razorback gymnast Sophia Carter earned her third All-SEC recognition after scoring her ninth-career 9.950 on floor at the SEC Championships. It's the highest floor score in school history for a conference championship.
🔺 Running Wild. Arkansas’ women’s track & field team begins defense of their 2019 NCAA Outdoor title at the Texas Relays today through Saturday.