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Pittman’s Georgia Mind

FAYETTEVILLE – This week Sam Pittman departs Fayetteville for Athens, Ga. with Georgia on his mind for Arkansas. Six years ago he left Arkansas changing his mind for Georgia. Second-year Arkansas Coach Pittman’s surprising 4-0 and nationally eighth-ranked Razorbacks SEC clash at 11am standard time Saturday with Coach Kirby Smart’s 4-0, nationally No. 2 Georgia Bulldogs at UGA’s Sanford Stadium.
ATHENS, GA
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Sam Pittman Taking Team to Very Familiar Place

FAYETTEVILLE — If anyone knows the inside scoop about Georgia it’s Sam Pittman. Pittman spent four seasons there after leaving Arkansas to coach the offensive line for Kirby Smart. Pittman now is the head coach at Arkansas and has the No. 8 Razorbacks headed to face No. 2 Georgia on Saturday.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR
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Razorbacks ready to add to their success story

FAYETTEVILLE — The University of Arkansas prepared for a big showdown with No. 7 Texas A&M last week with the Earth, Wind & Fire hit “September” echoing through the Walker Pavilion during practice. There’s a method to the musical selections at Razorback football practices, which last week also included “Ain’t...
FAYETTEVILLE, AR
247Sports

Arkansas coach Sam Pittman looking forward to Georgia return trip

Sam Pittman served as the offensive line coach under Kirby Smart at the University of Georgia for four seasons from 2016-19. He'll make his first return trip to Athens as head coach of the No. 8-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday. The Hawgs and Dawgs will face off at 12 p.m. (EDT) in Sanford Stadium, and the game will be televised by ESPN. Here's what he had to say about returning to the Peach State...
ARKANSAS STATE
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Yurachek met by happy faces in Little Rock

A lengthy line of Little Rock Touchdown Club members waited to greet and meet University of Arkansas Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek on Monday afternoon. Pictures were taken, footballs were signed and smiles were exchanged. Yurachek, the guest speaker, soaked it all up in front of a crowd of 400 at...
LITTLE ROCK, AR
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Burks, Williams get nods for SEC awards

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas junior wideout Treylon Burks and senior defensive end Tre Williams pulled down weekly honors from the SEC office Monday. Burks was named SEC co-offensive player of the week along with Florida quarterback Emery Jones. The junior from Warren had season highs of six catches for 167 yards and a touchdown. He is the first Razorbacks to earn SEC offensive player of the week honors since running back Rawleigh Williams on Nov. 19, 2016.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR
Arkansas Online

Yurachek met by many happy faces

A lengthy line of Little Rock Touchdown Club members waited to greet and meet University of Arkansas Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek on Monday afternoon. Pictures were taken, footballs were signed and smiles were exchanged. Yurachek, the guest speaker, soaked it all up in front of a crowd of 400 at...
LITTLE ROCK, AR
nwahomepage.com

Sam Pittman Has Hogs at No. 8 Nationally in Year 2

FAYETTEVILLE — Sam Pittman has Arkansas Football being recognized nationally after just 14 games coaching. The Hogs went 3-7 in 2020 against an All-SEC schedule. Some might not have been impressed with that until they realize Arkansas had won one conference game in the three years prior to Pittman arriving. The four years this season in that many games already equals how many the Hogs won in the two years combined before he become coach.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR
Arkansas Online

THE RECRUITING GUY: Hogs fishing for Texas lineman

FORT WORTH -- Highly recruited 4-star junior defensive lineman Kaleb James has several reasons for being high about University of Arkansas Coach Sam Pittman's program. An avid outdoorsman, James' first trip to Arkansas was to fish for trout on the White River in the summer of last year. He then made his way to Fayetteville on March 13, not long after the NCAA instituted its dead period because of covid-19.
TEXAS STATE
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Season Opener Moved to Nov. 10; Exhibition Game On Nov. 5

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas Women’s Basketball’s season will tip-off a day later than originally scheduled, Head Mike Neighbors announced today. The Hogs will now meet Tarleton State on Wednesday, November 10 in Bud Walton Arena. The original game was scheduled for Tuesday, November 9, the first day games can be played during the 2021-22 season.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR
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