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JD PicKell: Arkansas is fully bought in to Sam Pittman

After a number of down years, Arkansas football finally sprang back to life in 2021 with a 9-3 season. The Razorbacks were threatening during Sam Pittman’s first year in 2020, but an All-SEC schedule made it tough to break through. In 2021, though, they did just that. And Hogs fans are over the moon, according to On3’s JD PicKell.
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Sam Pittman brings special approach to coaching fundamentals

It hasn’t taken long for Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman to completely change the culture in Fayetteville. Of course, it takes more than just one man to take a team from the bottom of the SEC West into a program on the rise, but Pittman sets the tone for the Razorbacks and keeps his fingerprints on every aspect of the team, down to the smallest details.

Sam Pittman recaps Arkansas' first fall practice

The Arkansas Razorbacks opened up fall camp on a sweltering afternoon in Fayetteville (Ark.) on Friday to officially begin preparations for the highly-anticipated 2022 season. As far as first days are concerned, third-year head coach Sam Pittman came away pleased with what he saw. Aside from some expected cramping issues...

Sam Pittman has plan for Malik Hornsby in Arkansas fall camp

Arkansas has to find a way to get Malik Hornsby on the field. When fall camp kicks off on Friday, they'll get him out there at both quarterback and wide receiver. Arkansas coach Sam Pittman is even restructuring the way practices are set up to give him more opportunities at both positions. Hornsby is believed to be the fastest player on the team, and that's saying something with this bunch.

Arkansas football coach Sam Pittman previews 2022 season as Razorbacks report for fall camp

Sam Pittman and Arkansas have quite a squad coming back for the 2022 season. The Razorbacks are led by quarterback KJ Jefferson and return off a 9-4 season in which they finished their campaign with a 24-10 Outback Bowl win over Penn State. This fall, Pittman and Arkansas more of a target on their backs but are still an underdog in the loaded SEC West. Pittman addressed some of that during his media availability this week as fall camp got underway.

Sam Pittman previews Razorbacks fall camp

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The countdown to the start of college football is on, but first comes fall camp. The Hogs will hit the practice field Friday evening for day one of camp. A big focal point for Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman coming into this season has been the...

Sam Pittman calls Beaux Limmer 'a freak of nature'

As the Arkansas Razorbacks come off of their first nine plus win season since 2011, they’re looking to keep raising the bar going into this year. Off season work leads to in season success, and when head coach Sam Pittman was asked who stood out in his eyes this offseason during workouts, he pointed to redshirt junior offensive lineman Beaux Limmer.

Sam Pittman gives incredibly self-reflective answer to question on lessons learned as head coach

Arkansas headman Sam Pittman’s 38 years as a football coach have seen him on the sidelines all over the country, and lessons he’s learned along the way are invaluable and has made him into the coach he is today. Recently, Pittman revealed how his immense experience has allowed him to succeed to the degree he has in just three full seasons as Razorbacks head coach.

Why Arkansas football coach Sam Pittman didn't have to look far for transfer portal talent

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas football players report for preseason practice on Thursday, and among them will be four new transfers from within the SEC. Coach Sam Pittman and the Razorbacks have used the transfer portal to address needs at wide receiver and along the defensive line. In the days when players had to sit out for a season after moving between programs, transferring within a conference was rare. Now, programs like Arkansas are capitalizing on the opportunity to seek...

Sam Pittman talks Injuries

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas heads into preseason drills on Friday with a pretty healthy team, but some will be held out or limited in practice. Junior running back Dominique Johnson, redshirt junior defensive tackle Taurean Carter, redshirt sophomore walk-on quarterback Kade Renfro and redshirt sophomore defensive back Jacorrei Turner are the injured Razorbacks heading into camp.