📈 STOCK UP (9/6)
Happy Monday, everyone.And a happy Labor Day to all you fine, hard-working people. May your grills be hot, your beverages cold, and your email auto-response turned on.
A Tale Of Two Halves: Razorback football is 1-0 thanks to a second half surge that saw 31 unanswered points in the second half. What was the difference between the first and second half for the Hogs? We get into it on today's episode of The Razorback Daily.
What else did we serve into today's Brew?
📣 Standing room only
🏐 Swept off their feet
🏈 Second half surge
🎙️ Week 1 breakdown
🐗 And more!
🔺 Standing Room Only. For the first time since 2017, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium will be filled to full capacity when the Razorbacks host rival Texas on Saturday night. Due to all tickets being sold in the seating bowl, a limited number of standing room only tickets are being made available.
🔺 Swept Off Their Feet. Arkansas volleyball is coming home as Bobcat Classic champs, beating Portland State, Utah State, and Portland on the weekend. But there's no rest for the weary—they'll be traveling to play three matches in two days for this weekend's Tulsa Invitational.
🔺 Three Cheers. Razorback men's golf finished in third place at the Carmel Cup thanks to a final round where the Hogs managed to go a combined 17-under-par—best of any team on Sunday.
🔺 Heavy Medal. Arkansas alum Hunter Woodhall won bronze in the 400m final at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. It marks the third Paralympic medal for Woodhall in his career, who earned a silver medal in the 200m and a bronze in the 400m during the Rio de Janeiro Paralympics in 2016.