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HI Radio: Bowl Outlook

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FAYETTEVILLE - Each week we host the podcast for our sister publication Hawgs Illustrated.

This week, HI publisher Clay Henry and I discuss Arkansas’ win over LSU and how it affects the Razorbacks’ bowl picture, and take a look back at the school’s first 10-win season in four years.

You can find the podcast on iTunes by searching “Hawgs Illustrated”.

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For more visit WholeHogSports.com. You can follow Matt Jones on Twitter @NWAMatt.

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HI Travel Package to New Orleans

Arkansas
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FAYETTEVILLE - Our friends at Hawgs Illustrated have partnered for Premiere Sports Travel and put together a travel package to the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans.

No. 7 Arkansas might play in the game, depending on the result of this weekend’s SEC Championship Game between No. 1 Auburn and No. 19 South Carolina. The deposit for the trip is $99 and is refundable if the Razorbacks end up playing in a different bowl game.

You can read more about the travel package here.

As part of the package, fans will receive a ticket to the game, invitation to a pregame party and two nights hotel at either the Queen & Crescent or Westin Canal, as well as a shuttle around New Orleans.

For more visit WholeHogSports.com. You can follow Matt Jones on Twitter @NWAMatt.

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HI Radio: LSU

Arkansas
Content provided by The Slophouse.

FAYETTEVILLE - Each week we host the podcast for our sister publication Hawgs Illustrated.

This week, HI publisher Clay Henry and I discuss Arkansas’ upcoming game with LSU, the bowl implications the game presents and give predictions.

You can listen to the podcast below, or you can find it on iTunes by searching “Hawgs Illustrated”.

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HI Radio: National Signing Day

Arkansas
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FAYETTEVILLE - Each week we host the podcast for our sister publication Hawgs Illustrated and this week we aired a special edition to recap the early national signing period.

In it, HI recruiting editor Dudley Dawson and I recap the period for both basketball and baseball, including interviews with John Pelphrey and Dave Van Horn.

You can also find the podcast on iTunes by searching “Hawgs Illustrated”.

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HI Radio: Mississippi State

Arkansas
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FAYETTEVILLE - Each week we host the podcast for our sister publication Hawgs Illustrated.

This week, HI publisher Clay Henry and I discuss Mississippi State’s triple option running attack, the Bulldogs’ unique secondary alignment on defense and give predictions for the game.

You can also find the podcast on iTunes by searching “Hawgs Illustrated”.

Mississippi State

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HI Radio: UTEP

Arkansas
Content provided by The Slophouse.

Each week we host the podcast for our sister publication Hawgs Illustrated.

This week, HI publisher Clay Henry and I discuss last week’s win over South Carolina, preview the upcoming game with UTEP and look at the Razorbacks’ bowl possibilities with three games remaining in the season.

You can also find the podcast on iTunes by searching “Hawgs Illustrated”.

HI Radio – UTEP

For more visit HawgsIllustrated.com or WholeHogSports.com. You can follow Matt Jones on Twitter @NWAMatt.

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Madden Won’t Sign Early

Arkansas
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East Poinsett County guard Rashad “Ky” Madden will not sign with Arkansas in the early signing period, which begins tomorrow, according to reports by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Hawgs Illustrated.

Madden, who is ranked the No. 29 player overall in the ESPNU100, is one of five commitments to the Razorbacks basketball program in the class of 2011, including three highly-touted recruits from in-state. He verbally committed to Arkansas over Ole Miss in October, but those commitments are non-binding.

Madden (6-5, 170) said he is still committed to the Razorbacks and as of now will sign with the team in April, but is concerned about the number of guards at the school.

“In April, the season is pretty much over with and I can compare myself with all of the other guards,” Madden told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Arkansas’ recruiting class has garnered high reviews from analysts across the country. Last week the Razorbacks were said to have the second-best recruiting class in the nation by ESPN, behind only Kentucky.

The other four verbal commitments are expected to sign with Arkansas during the upcoming signing period, which ends Nov. 17.

For more visit WholeHogSports.com. You can follow Matt Jones on Twitter @NWAMatt.

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