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It was the fall of 1982 and the school held an assembly where students could be a basketball player or a cheerleader. COLLEGE Graduated from Arkansas with a bachelor's degree in exercise science in 1998 and a master's degree in biomechanics in 2001. Comment?
A large photo hangs in our newsroom that shows an Arkansas player with arms wrapped so tightly around a basketball that no one was going to take it away, not even the referees. The player is Sarah Pfeifer, who is among the 2015 legends class that will be recognized March 4-8 at the SEC Women's Basketball Tournament at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock. Comment?
Jimmy Dykes knew there was going to be an adjustment moving out from behind a television monitor to become the new women's basketball coach at Arkansas. Even though Dykes last worked as a college basketball coach in 1990-91 with the Oklahoma State men's team, he said his first job as a women's basketball head coach has met all of his expectations 14 games into his first season back in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Comment?
But for a team with five freshmen and a sophomore who is in her first year with the program, Insell doesn't mind those mistakes because he knows the Rebels are still a work in progress in his second year as head coach. Despite their youth and inexperience, Ole Miss nearly pulled one of the biggest upsets in the Southeastern Conference on Sunday before losing to then-No. Comment?
Macy Miller scored a career-high 20 points and South Dakota State upset No. 25 Arkansas 80-75 in overtime on Thursday night. Comment?
So far the former ESPN commentator hasn't seen many downs, as the Lady Razorbacks jumped into The Associated Press women's basketball poll on Monday at No. 25. His team is ranked for the first time since Dec. 31, 2012, after Arkansas improved to 6-0 by winning the South Point Thanksgiving tournament in Las Vegas. Comment?
"You ever have that feeling, where you just know this is it?" That's how Pelham star basketball player Briunna Freeman explains her decision to commit to Arkansas. "I just had a great feeling about it, and I knew that was it for me," the Lady Hornets' star says. Comment?
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