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Collegiate Baseball ranks Arkansas 8th in pre-season poll

 

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas baseball team is ranked eighth in the Collegiate Baseball preseason top 40 poll.

 

The Razorbacks return 19 letterwinners from last year’s team that finished with a 40-22 record and won the SEC Western Division championship. Arkansas returns five position starters from last year’s team, including freshman All-American Dominic Ficociello, who hit .335 with four homers and 50 RBI in 2011.

Dominic Ficociello (courtesy of Arkansas athletics)

On the mound, the Razorbacks return 10 pitchers, led by junior DJ Baxendale, who earned second-team All-SEC honors after going 10-2 with a 1.58 ERA last year. The Razorbacks also bring back freshman All-Americans Barrett Astin and Nolan Sanburn. Astin went 5-2 with three saves a 2.72 ERA last season, while Sanburn posted a 2-4 record with a team-high eight saves and a 3.62 ERA.

 

The SEC was well represented in the poll with six league teams among the top 40. Joining Arkansas in the top 10 are Florida at No. 1 and defending national champion South Carolina at No. 2. LSU (No. 12), Georgia (No. 18) and Vanderbilt (No. 23) are also ranked in the poll. Two of Arkansas’ non-conference opponents in 2012 were among the top 40 as Texas (No. 5) and Oklahoma (No. 16) were included in the rankings.

 

Arkansas opens the 2012 season on Friday, Feb. 17, when it hosts Villanova at Baum Stadium.

 

Press Release courtesy of Arkansas athletics)

 

Cincinnati rallies to beat Georgia, 57-51

 

Sean Kilpatrick (courtesy of UC athletics photo by BH photography)

The Cincinnati Bearcats rallied from an 11-point deficit and defeated Georgia, 57-51 in the Big East-SEC Challenge.

Sean Kilpatrick scored 22 points and Dion Dixon chipped in with 19 for the Bearcats who go to 5-2 on the season in playing its first road game of the year.

Georgia drops to 4-4.

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati athletics

BENGALS NOTES: Cincinnati 23 Buffalo 20

 

(courtesy of Cincinnati Bengals & NFLmedia.com)

The Cincinnati Bengals have quite well in four games without Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens. They are 2-2 with rookie QB Andy Dalton learning on the job and the defense keeping the team in games.

GAME NOTES FROM BUFFALO WIN:

* Cincinnati never beats Buffalo. Sunday’s win stopped a 10-game losing streak to the Bills. The Bengals had not beaten Buffalo since the 1988 AFC championship game.

* Head coach Marvin Lewis was 3-for-3 in winning all replay challenges.

* Rookie WR A.J. Green has had his ups and downs in 2011 but is a finalist for the NFL’s rookie of the month award for September after leading all rookies with 15 receptions.

The first-round draft pick from Georgia caught four passes for 118 yards, including long receptions for 40 and 56 yards.

* The defense has kept the Bengals in every game this year. Mike Zimmer’s unit has some outstanding stats despite not playing any elite teams as of yet. Their stats are from playing Cleveland, Denver, San Francisco and Buffalo.

They started Sunday’s game being #1 in the NFL in yards per game rush allowed, at 2.9. The bengals have given up 276 yards per game, third fewest in the league, and has allowed the sixth-fewest points (54).

The Bengals allowed Buffalo only 4-of-14 in 3rd down situations, one offensive touchdown, no points in the second half, 273 yards total and just 4 yards per carry (21 carries for 83 yards).

Info compiled from NFL, Cincinnati Bengals & Game stats

Bengals sign WR Green to be #1 receiver with Ochocinco gone

 

A.J. Green (courtesy of Georgia athletics)

With the trade of long-time star receiver Chad Ochocinco to the New England Patriots, the Cincinnati Bengals are ushering in a new era that will showcase their young receivers of Jordan Shipley, Andre Caldwell, Jerome Simpson and Quan Cosby.

Also added to the mix will be their new deep threat, wide receiver A.J. Green, the team’s first-round draft pick, who agreed to terms on a four-year contract.

The 6-foot-4, 211-pound Green, who is 22, was taken number-4 overall by Cincinnati. A native of Summerville, South Carolina. Green in his freshman year at Georgia, caught 56 balls for 963 yards and eight touchdowns. He followed that up in 2009 with 47 catches, 751 yards and 6 touchdowns.

After serving a four-game suspension in 2010, Green garnered totals of 57 receptions, 848 receiving yards and 9 touchdowns.

He then declared for the NFL draft.

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals news

Augusta State repeats as NCAA golf champions

 

Most fans may not know much about Augusta State University.

It’s the oldest institution in the state of Georgia dating to 1785, with 6,919 students and it’s an NCAA school in all sports but two; men’s and women’s golf.

The golf programs compete on the NCAA Division I level and they’re well known.

(courtesy of Augusta State athletics via wikipedia commons)

Patrick Reed, one of their top golfers, closed out the Jaguars second straight NCAA golf championship, beating Georgia’s Harris English 2 and 1 in the featured match between each team’s top player at the golf championships in Stillwater, Oklahoma, hosted by Oklahoma State University.

 

Info courtesy of NCAA & Augusta State athletics news

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