If you dig the films of Tim Burton, slasher flicks, and the romantic dramedies that dominated the late 1980s, you might find this movie entertaining.
In the midst of all the ugliness and uncertainty of the football and basketball programs, there is a beacon of light for Hog fans — Razorback baseball.
In each of Musselman’s four previous seasons, his Razorbacks began playing consistent basketball before March.
The movie is entertaining if you enjoy fast-paced, silly spy-craft that makes the old Roger Moore Bond pictures of the 1970s seem realistic.
Fans will get to see if the Razorbacks can continue to improve this week with a two-game road swing through Tiger Land.
This is a bad season, but it absolutely doesn’t not mar or erase the accomplishments of this program.
This pompous piece of filmmaking was a tired idea when it was written in 2016, and is a stone-cold bore of a movie on the big screen.
It was the Razorbacks’ fifth double-digit loss in SEC play this season, and their worst loss to Ole Miss since a non-conference game in 1973.
Coaches often give players a pep talk or a pre-game speech to get the juices flowing, but what happens when the coach needs a pick-me-up?
January is a great time for movie buffs to see ‘prestige’ films that they might have missed during the holiday season.
In an old-fashioned basketball duel, Arkansas Razorback Tramon Mark had one last shot in his arsenal, and the senior transfer made it count.
Something has to give Saturday. Either the Hogs or the Gators will gain their first league victory.
The film’s advertising seems to be hiding the film’s musical fare, which might be the key reason to see the new film instead of revisiting the original.
The kind of whipping the Razorbacks absorbed from Auburn is one that the players aren’t going to forget. It was pure nightmare fuel.
The Arkansas Razorbacks find themselves in an odd position on the day before Southeastern Conference basketball play begins.