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Arkansas Razorbacks Football announces 2014 schedule


FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas football team’s 2014 home games were set Tuesday with six games in Fayetteville and one contest in Little Rock.

After opening the season Aug. 30 at Auburn, the Razorbacks begin the home portion of their schedule the next week by hosting Nicholls State in Fayetteville on Sept. 6. Arkansas is playing Nicholls State for the first time in program history. Arkansas then hosts Northern Illinois in Fayetteville on Sept. 20. The teams have met once previously, an Arkansas victory in Fayetteville in 1994.

Arkansas begins a stretch of three straight home games by facing Alabama on Oct. 11 in Fayetteville. The next week, Oct. 18, the Razorbacks will be in Little Rock to host Georgia inside War Memorial Stadium. With the selection, the Bulldogs will become the 10th different SEC team the Razorbacks have hosted in Little Rock since Arkansas joined the Southeastern Conference in time for the 1992 football season.

Arkansas returns to campus Oct. 25 to play UAB, coached by former Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee, for the first time in program history. The Razorbacks host LSU on Nov. 15 in the Battle for the Golden Boot and Ole Miss on Nov. 22 in Fayetteville to wrap up the home portion of the schedule.

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2014 Arkansas Razorbacks Football Schedule

Aug. 30             at Auburn*                     Auburn, Ala.

Sept. 6             Nicholls State               Fayetteville, Ark.

Sept. 13            at Texas Tech                Lubbock, Texas

Sept. 20            Northern Illinois           Fayetteville, Ark.

Sept. 27            vs. Texas A&M*^           Arlington, Texas

Oct. 11             Alabama*                     Fayetteville, Ark.

Oct. 18             Georgia*                       Little Rock, Ark.

Oct. 25             UAB                             Fayetteville, Ark.

Nov. 1              at Mississippi State*      Starkville, Miss.

Nov. 15             LSU*                            Fayetteville, Ark.

Nov. 22             Ole Miss*                     Fayetteville, Ark.

Nov. 29             at Missouri*                   Columbia, Mo.

*-SEC game

^-Game played at AT&T Stadium

Home games in bold




Arkansas Football Razorgraph: Previews LSU game Friday, November 29; a look back at the Mississippi State game




Here are  the Arkansas football game notes for this week as well as a RazorGraph from Saturday’s game. The Razorbacks play at LSU on Friday at 1:30 p.m. on CBS.

· LSU is the fifth top-15 team Arkansas has played this season, which ties the regular season school record. In 2011 and 2006, UA played six top-15 teams including the bowl game.

· Underclassmen have made 88 starts this season for Arkansas, with true freshmen making 25 starts, redshirt freshmen starting nine times and sophomores making 54 starts.

· Underclassmen have accounted for 93.4 percent of Arkansas’ total rushing yards, 90.8 percent of total offense, 87.0 percent of total passing yards, 98.4 percent of kickoff return yards, 79.7 percent of all-purpose yards, 56.9 percent of receiving yards, 59.3 percent of touchdowns scored and 57.1 percent of forced fumbles.

· For the 18th straight time, Arkansas and LSU will be playing for the Golden Boot, a trophy shaped like the two states combined. The trophy was introduced prior to the 1996 game and, at approximately 175 pounds, is believed to be among the heaviest trophies awarded in a college football rivalry. Head coach Bret Bielema is 10-2 (.833) in regular season rivalry trophy games in his career. Coach Bielema was 7-0 competing against Minnesota for Paul Bunyan’s Axe and 3-2 against Iowa with the Hartland Trophy on the line.

· Arkansas leads the SEC and is tied for 15th in the country with an average of 4.27 penalties per game, with 18 pre-snap penalties so far in 2013. Through 11 games last year, the Razorbacks had been flagged 67 times with 36 penalties before the snap.

· Arkansas has allowed just 7.0 sacks through the first 11 games, which is the lowest total in the SEC and tied for the 2nd-lowest total in the country. The Razorbacks also lead the SEC and rank 7th in NCAA by allowing one sack every 38.86 pass attempts.





Devon Price one of six ONU Football players on All-OAC team

By Tim Glon

| 2013 All-OAC Football Team (.pdf) |

ADA — Sophomore Devon Price led a list of six Ohio Northern players that were named All-Ohio Athletic Conference in football for 2013 in voting conducted by the league’s 10 head coaches.

Price was named First Team All-OAC as a kick returner and was a Second Team honoree as a wide receiver.

Senior corner back Ryan Reid, junior linebacker Dillon Kwiat and sophomore running back Justin Magazine were all named Second Team All-Conference, while junior quarterback Patrick Angle and junior defensive end Steven Kenny were named Honorable Mention All-OAC.

Price led the league in kickoff returns with an average of 27.3 yards per return. He was also second in the league with 62 receptions, was third with 757 receiving yards and was second in all-purpose yards with 1,410.

He is currently ranked ninth all-time at ONU with 90 receptions for 1,138 yards, is seventh with 966 kickoff return yards and is second all-time with a 26.8 yard career kickoff return average.

Reid was a three-year starter at corner back and ended his career with 109 tackles, eight interceptions and 17 passes broken up.

This season, he had 22 tackles and a team-high four interceptions., one of which he returned for a touchdown.

Kwiat led the Polar Bears and was third in the OAC in tackles from his middle linebacker position with 111 this season.

A two-year starter, Kwiat will enter his senior season with 176 career tackles, 2.5 sacks, 10.5 TFL and one interception.

Magazine started the final six games at running back and scored touchdowns in seven of ONU’s 10 games.

He finished the season with 509 yards rughing on 99 carries with a team-high 11 scores.

Angle started all 10 games at quarterback after transferring from Youngstown State in the off-season and completed 172-of-276 passes for 1,979 yards and 16 touchdowns.

He surpassed the 300-yard passing mark twice during the season, including a career-high 317-yard effort against Otterbein in the season finale.

In the final three games of the season, Angle completed 61-of-78 passes for 789 yards and nine touchdowns, a completion percentage of 78.2 percent and a quarterback rating of 193.57.

Kenny moved from linebacker to defensive end and led the team in tackles for loss with eight.

He also had 43 tackles, 2.5 sack and forced a fumble while starting all 10 games.

The Polar Bears ended their season with a 6-4 record and finished in a three-way tie with Otterbein and Baldwin Wallace in the OAC with a 5-4 league mark under 10th-year head coach Dean Paul.

Northern also won for the 17th time in the last 19 regular season finales and finished in the upper division of the OAC for the 17th time in the past 18 seasons.




Michigan State, Ohio State to battle for Big Ten Conference Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium December 7

(courtesy Big 10)


Rosemont, Ill. – With victories on Saturday, Michigan State and Ohio State secured berths in the third annual Big Ten Football Championship Game to be played on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The Spartans will make their second title game appearance in three years while the Buckeyes will play in the championship game for the first time. The winner of the 2013 Big Ten Football Championship Game will earn the Amos Alonzo Stagg Championship Trophy and a chance to play in one of two historic games in Pasadena, Calif. – the 100th Rose Bowl Game on Jan. 1 or the Bowl Championship Series National Championship Game on Jan. 6.

Michigan State collected a road victory at Northwestern today to earn the outright Legends Division title, the program’s second outright division crown in three seasons after finishing first in 2011. The Spartans improved to 7-0 in the Big Ten and 10-1 overall and host Minnesota in their regular season finale on Nov. 30.
Ohio State defeated Indiana today to secure at least a share of a second straight Leaders Division title. The Buckeyes set a school record with their 23rd straight victory, the fifth-longest winning streak in Big Ten history, and improved to 7-0 in conference and 11-0 overall. Wisconsin earned a road win at Minnesota today to improve to 6-1 in the Big Ten and 9-2 overall and still maintains hopes for a share of the division title. But Ohio State clinched a berth in the championship game based on its victory over the Badgers on Sept. 28. Both teams wrap up the regular season on Nov. 30, with Ohio State at Michigan and Wisconsin hosting Penn State.

The Spartans and Buckeyes will meet for the first time since the 2012 Big Ten opener, when Ohio State edged Michigan State, 17-16, in East Lansing, Mich. In a back-and-forth game, Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller connected on a 63-yard scoring strike to Devin Smith to take a 17-13 lead in the third quarter. The Spartans added a fourth-quarter field goal, but Ohio State held on for the one-point victory in Urban Meyer’s first Big Ten game as a head coach.


Ticket blocks for the 2013 Big Ten Football Championship Game are being held for Michigan State and Ohio State and will be sold through university ticket offices. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster at or by calling (800) 745-3000. Every Big Ten Football Championship Game ticket will allow complimentary admission to the Big Ten Fan Fest presented by Dr Pepper, to be held at the Indiana Convention Center on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6-7. For more information on Big Ten Football Championship Game tickets, go to




Houston Astros awarded 2014 Civil Rights Game; will host Baltimore Orioles


Major League Baseball recently announced that the Houston Astros will host the 2014 Civil Rights Game and ancillary activities, a series of events developed by MLB to pay tribute to those who fought on and off the field for equal rights for all Americans. The event is another example of the Houston Astros supporting MLB initiatives geared toward highlighting diversity throughout baseball.

The 2014 Civil Rights Game will be played between the Astros and the Baltimore Orioles at Minute Maid Park on May 30, 2014, airing nationally on MLB Network. Ancillary activities such as the MLB Beacon Awards Luncheon, the Baseball & Civil Rights Movement Roundtable Discussion and a youth baseball and softball event will all take place that week. Ticket sales and more information on the 2014 Civil Rights Game and ancillary events will be made available at a later date on and

“I am pleased to announce the Houston Astros, who have demonstrated a substantial commitment to supporting diversity throughout our industry, as the hosts of Major League Baseball’s 2014 Civil Rights Game,” Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig said. “The Civil Rights Game and its surrounding events are an opportunity not only for our game to honor those who have fought for equality throughout American history, but also to remind us that the battle against injustice continues. As a social institution that features unprecedented diversity of all races and ethnicities throughout our sport, we are proud to join the Astros in remembering this important era in history.”

“The Astros are honored to host the 2014 Civil Rights Game,” said Jim Crane, Owner & Chairman, Houston Astros. “We have been pleased to support Major League Baseball’s many initiatives over the past two seasons and look forward to continuing to do so. The Civil Rights Game and its activities are a great way for us to honor those that have fought for equality in the past, and to promote diversity and opportunity in our game moving forward.”

In addition to the 2014 Civil Rights Game at Minute Maid Park, several events will take place throughout the week, including:

Baseball & the Civil Rights Movement Roundtable Discussion

A group of prominent participants will discuss the pivotal role Baseball played in the civil rights movement and the game’s continued presence as a social institution in American society. Previous panelists have included Martin Luther King III, human rights activist and eldest son of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Sharon Robinson, MLB Educational Programming Consultant and daughter of Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson; Dolores Huerta, activist and co-founder of the United Farm Workers; Ambassador Shabazz, ambassador-at-large for Belize and eldest daughter of Malcolm X; Branch Rickey III, Pacific Coast League President and grandson of the late Branch Rickey; Thomas Tull, Chairman & CEO of Legendary Entertainment and Producer of the featured film “42″; Arte Moreno, Principal Owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim; Kenny Williams, Executive Vice President of the Chicago White Sox; Hall of Famers Barry Larkin, Joe Morgan, Tony Perez, and Dave Winfield; Dodgers legend Don Newcombe; Hall of Fame journalist and MLB Network analyst Peter Gammons; and MLB Network analyst Harold Reynolds, among others. The Baseball & the Civil Rights Movement Roundtable Discussion will be streamed on and prior to the Civil Rights Game.

MLB Beacon Awards Luncheon

The MLB Beacon Awards Luncheon will honor the recipients of this year’s MLB Beacon Awards, which recognize individuals whose lives are emblematic of the spirit of the civil rights movement. Past recipients of MLB Beacon Awards include: Hall of Famers Frank Robinson, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays and Ernie Banks; and also Buck O’Neil, Don Newcombe, Bo Jackson, Muhammad Ali, Harry Belafonte, Bill Cosby, Ruby Dee, Aretha Franklin, Morgan Freeman, John H. Johnson, Billie Jean King, Spike Lee, Congressman John Lewis, Carlos Santana, three of the founding members of Earth, Wind & Fire, and Vera Clemente, MLB Goodwill Ambassador and wife of the late Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente. Keynote speakers at previous MLB Beacon Award events have included Commissioner Selig, President Bill Clinton, Ambassador Andrew Young, Reverend Joseph Lowery, Julian Bond and Michael Wilbon.

Youth Clinic

The youth baseball and softball clinic is an event designed to give young players locally the opportunity to interact with and learn from current and former players. Interactive aspects will include batting cages, pitching machines and baserunning stations.



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