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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Razorpod Cast Bowl Picks

Here are the Razorpod staff's bowl picks (against the spread). See how you stack up to the "experts." Remember, bowl pick season is separate from the regular season-no one can catch Patrick Williams as he has already won the regular season title.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Florida 38, Arkansas 28 SEC Championship

Arkansas fell to Florida in the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta on Saturday night. The game was exciting and had many twists and turns. Hear all about it in this week's Razorpod, along with our Capital One Bowl preview.

Also, look for our bowl picks on this site later this week or early next week. Email us at

Meanwhile, Razorpod will be on break until after the new year, when we'll be back semi-regularly to cover the Razorback basketball team. Until then, GO HOGS and beat Wisconsin.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Arkansas 31, Tennessee 14

Great Win for the Hogs...Jimmy G's trend of picking the opposing team seems to be working just fine. One more win to Atlanta!

However, can someone explain how the Hogs are jumped over by Rutgers? To quote Johnny Fayetteville:

Someone is going to have to get out their Big Chief tablet and big fat pencil and draw me a picture as to how Rutgers is ranked second by the computers, ahead of Ohio State. I just don’t get it. They have had a nice year, but this schedule doesn’t really set me on fire.

UNC (5 point win against a horrible team that is currently 1-9)

Illinois (convincing win against a 2-9 team)

Ohio (decent team. 7-3. Might win the MAC. Seriously, this might be their best win outside of the Lou)

Howard (Howard is 4-6 in the freakin’ MEAC. I don’t even know what the “MEAC” is)

S. Florida (7-3 in the Big East. Is that a great accomplishment?)

Navy (Service academy. Love the tradition. Very little talent)

Pittsburgh (Now 6-4, and Wannstedt’s porn stache is nosediving late in the season)

UConn (Last I checked, Ray Allen doesn’t play football. They’re 4-5, although they did beat Pitt by 1 Saturday)

Louisville (Big win.)

You can’t hate on Rutgers for their season. They have really improved. But is that the record of a national title team?

Check out this week's Razorpod (upcoming Wednesday) to see our thoughts on all the BCS craziness.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Arkansas 63, SEMO 7

Arkansas blows by SEMO 63-7. Darren McFadden scores a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. Enough said. Listen to this week's Razorpod to hear some about the SEMO game, preview of the Ole Miss game, and Jimmy Gee's hatred for a new coach (not Houston Nutt). Plus, Patrick Williams takes over sole possession of first place in the picks-and proceeds to give it right back by insanely picking Iowa over Michigan.

Also, the sleeper picks just get worse and worse: Patrick Williams: Vandy (over South Carolina); Johnny Fayetteville: Pitt (over Rutgers); Tom Logan: Colorado (over OU); Jimmy Gee: Stanford (over Arizona State)

Thursday, October 12, 2006

HUGE Win Arkansas 27 Auburn 10

The Razorback football season took a giant turn for the better this past Saturday with an unexpected 27-10 victory over second-ranked Auburn on the road. Can the Hogs parlay this huge win into an SEC Championship Game appearance? Or will the inconsistency that has plagued the program rear its ugly head again? Will Houston Nutt get a bill from Auburn University for trampling their flower beds on the way to conduct the band with the fight song? Find out on this week's Razorpod.

Monday, October 02, 2006

A Little Off-Week Fun


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Sunday, September 24, 2006

Arkansas 24, Alabama 23 2/OT

Alabama handed Arkansas a victory in Fayetteville Saturday. Alabama missed an extra point in overtime which would have tied the game, and Arkansas made its extra point to prevail. Mitch Mustain threw 3 interceptions yet the Hogs win. Does this bode well for the Hogs? Find out on this week's Razorpod (upcoming Tuesday night)

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Arkansas 21, Vanderbilt 19

Arkansas moves to 2-1 on the season with a squeaker on the last play in Nashville last weekend. Where is the vaunted Reggie Herring defense?

This week, can Arkansas stand up to the Alabama rushing attack? Can Mitch Mustain and the offense score enough to keep pace? Listen to this week's Razorpod (upcoming Thursday) for the answers and this week's picks.

Last week's results:

Patrick Williams (4-2 & 11-7)
Johnny Fayetteville (3-2 & 11-6)
Tom Logan (2-4 & 8-10)
Jimmy G (3-3 & 12-6)

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Arkansas 20, Utah State 0-Good news or more questions?

Does Saturday's win bode well for the Razorback football program, or did it expose more problems defensively and offensively?

Listen to this week's Razorpod(upcoming Wednesday evening) to find out.

Plus, the national picks and sleeper game.

Send us an email at if you would like to have us discuss a particular issue on this week's show.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

USC 50, Arkansas 14

The new season is off with a thud. That whooshing sound you heard was the collective sigh from Northwest Arkansas on Saturday night.

Listen to the Razorpod crew discuss the demoralizing defeat on this week's show.

Also, this weeks national picks and sleeper game picks!

Stay tuned for some shots of the pre-game festivities in Fayetteville this weekend.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

New show posted

Razorpod has new show-USC preview and national preview. Also, Jimmy Gee replaces his usual Houston Nutt rant with a anti-West Virginia diatribe.

Plus, listen to Razorpod's can't miss national "Sleeper Picks:"

Johnny Fayetteville-Michgan State
Patrick Williams-Texas Tech
Jimmy Gee-Tennessee
Tom Logan-Oregon

Plus, this week's Sleeper Game picks:

Johnny Fayetteville: Virginia over Pitt
Jimmy Gee: Marshall over West Virginia
Patrick Williams: Memphis over Ole Miss
Tom Logan: Utah over UCLA

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Monday, August 07, 2006

Separated at Birth???

Penn State linebacker Paul Pozluzny and Razorpod host Johnny Fayetteville. You be the judge.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

We're BACK!!! With the Preseason Show

Razorpod is back for the 2006 season. We've done some technical upgrades so we don't sound like we record on an 8-track anymore. Drop us a line to let us know how we sound!

This week's show is a retrospective on long-time Razorback radio announcer Paul Eells and a discussion about the recent off-field injury to star sophomore running back Darren McFadden.

Also new this year, if you choose not to subscribe to Razorpod through Itunes, you can now access our show directly from here.

As always, send us your emails and we'll get them on the air. Next week, stay tuned for our SEC East Preview.

Friday, July 28, 2006

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Friday, March 31, 2006

RazorPod is on Break

Fans, dont lose hope! RazorPod is on break and will return in the fall with the SEC football preview.

There will also be a spring football report, and if the baseball team does well, we'll probably have some baseball podcasts as well. In the meantime, GO HOGS!

Friday, March 17, 2006

A difficult end to the season...

Arkansas loses 59-55 to Bucknell in the NCAA first round game. A difficult game for the Razorbacks, they didn't shoot well and also had many problems with Bucknell's deliberate offense. Bottom line, Arkansas could have won the game if they had shot free throws better.

Monday, March 06, 2006

Ending the regular season on a ROLL!

The Hogs won at Georgia on Sunday to complete their turnaround this season. Finishing at 10-6 in SEC play will surely put them in the NCAA tournament regardless of what happens this week and (hopefully) weekend at the SEC tournament in Nashville.

Despite taking it to Georgia on the road, I always worry that we have to turn around and beat them again in the first game of the tournament. Its hard to beat a team twice in less than a week. I think we play the late game on Thursday night, 9:30 tip. Razorpod is confident, but stranger things have happened. If we win on Thursday, looks like a second round matchup with Florida on Friday.

Thursday, March 02, 2006

4 in a ROW!

Now holding the longest conference winning streak of the Stan Heath era, the red-hot Razorbacks prepare for their regular-season finale at Georgia on Saturday. Last night, the Razorbacks knocked off Mississippi State 80-70 in what turned into a three point shooting contest. I am actually worried about this game because we went away from our strength inside, and settled for shooting a lot of jumpers. We aren't going to be successful doing that against Georgia on Saturday...

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

2 in a ROW!

What a great win...Arkansas 66, Alabama 64. The Razorbacks, after being down 42-24 and all but left for dead, came storming back to beat Alabama on a late 3-point play from Ronnie Brewer. Down the stretch, the Hogs did what they had to win, while playing tough defense on a tired Alabama team.

One stat which I didn't think I would ever see this season-
the Razorbacks outscored Alabama 41 to 26 in the second half. Way to close the game strong!

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Big Win...Arkansas 85 Florida 81 OT

Finally, a close game they pulled out. Admittedly, this was at home, but this has got to give the team some confidence going forward. Modica and Brewer made huge plays down the stretch, in regulation and overtime. I would have like to have seen them make a couple of free throws to seal it earlier, but its great to get a win. Now, lets see if we can beat Bama at home.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Ole Miss 73, Arkansas 70

Once again, the Hogs find a way to lose on the road. Stan Heath is now 3-30 on the road in his tenure at Arkansas.

O where have you gone, once proud program?

Today, the statewide newspaper sports editor wrote in his column that the Razorbacks won't go to the NCAA tournament unless they get the automatic bid by winning the SEC tournament. Do you agree?

Remember, Hog fans, baseball and track seasons are coming up!

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

A 20-point win over Auburn...

While we are very happy about the win, it was a pretty lackadasical effort from the team. Just one question, how do we nearly get outrebounded by the small team in the league? Still, I'm not complaining, a win is a win.

We still ahve a chance to put together a decent season if we can go on a run here. If we can beat Ole Miss on the road and somehow eke out a win over Florida at home, I think we can get a little momentum. My prediction: 10-6 in league play, lose in the second round of the SEC tournament.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

LSU 78, Arkansas 77: Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory (yet again).

Once again, the Razorback basketball team managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory last night in Baton Rouge. Leading 77-75 with about 20 seconds left, the Tigers fouled freshman guard Sean McCurdy, who proceeded to miss 2 free throws that could have sealed the game.

LSU came down the court and hit a three point basket with about 11 seconds left. Was there ever any doubt as to how this would come out?


Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

The SEC Podcast Network

Razorpod is proud to announce the launch of the SEC Podcast Network ( Add this link to your favorites to keep up with all the independent SEC podcasts, including Razorpod, the Geaux Show (LSU), Tidecast (Alabama), and Dawgnation Podcast (Georgia).

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Gratuitous shot of RRS

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Tentative List of Football Signees

Here's a tentative list of the Razorback football signees based on up to date information. We will confirm these signees during the show tonight!

Freddie Barnett, DT, JR, 6-2, 300, Texarkana, Ark. (Trinity Valley CC)
Ramon Broadway, ATH, FR, 5-9 1/2, 185, Shreveport, La. (Evangel Christian Academy)
Ben Cleveland, TE, FR, 6-4 1/2, 248, Springdale, Ark. (Springdale HS)
London Crawford, WR, FR, 6-3, 205, Mobile, Ala. (Davidson HS)
Adrian Davis, OLB, FR, 6-4, 200, Rosenberg, Texas (Terry HS)
Wendel Davis, LB, FR, 6-1, 210, Sweeny, Texas (Sweeny HS)
Ray Dominguez, OL, FR, 6-5, 260, Bainbridge, Ga. (Bainbridge HS)
*Allen Gardner, WR, FR, 6-6, 210, Dallas, Texas (Carter HS)
Chip Gregory, S / OLB, FR, 6-4, 215, Allen, Texas (American Heritage Academy)
*Jim Hart, OT, FR, 6-6, 295, Pocahontas, Ark. (Pocahontas HS)
*DeMarcus Love, OG, FR, 6-5, 295, Lancaster, Texas (Carter HS)
Mitch Mustain, QB, FR, 6-3, 205, Springdale, Ark. (Springdale HS)
Andrew Norman, WR, FR, 6-2, 180, Springdale, Ark. (Springdale HS)
Jerell Norton, CB, FR, 6-1, 180, Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill HS)
Ryan Powers, RB / LB, FR, 6-2, 200, Athens, Ala. (Tanner HS)
Carlton Salters, WR, FR, 6-0, 185, Tallahassee, Fla. (North Florida Christian HS)
Donnell Sanders, DE, FR, 6-3, 225, College Park, Ga. (North Clayton HS)
Malcolm Sheppard, DL, FR, 6-2 1/2, 250, Bainbridge, Ga. (Bainbridge HS)
Van Stumon, LB, FR, 6-4, 238, North Little Rock, Ark. (North Little Rock HS)
Chris Wade, DE, JR, 6-6, 255, Broken Arrow, Okla. (Broken Arrow HS / Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)
Marques Wade, WR, FR, 6-4, 185, Ellenwood, Ga. (Martin Luther King HS)
John West, S, JR, 6-2, 205, Milwaukee, Wis. (North Dakota State College of Sciences)
Torian Wilkins, TB, FR, 5-9, 185, Katy, Texas (Brookshire Royal HS)
Damian Williams, WR, FR, 6-1 1/2, 188, Springdale, Ark. (Springdale HS)
Derrick "Dee" Williams, WR, FR, 6-2, 200, Ashdown, Ark. (Ashdown HS)

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

We're Back on the Web!

Welcome RazorPod fans. We're back in a big way this week. As you can tell, we have a new blog, and we'll be publishing lots of new content in the coming days. On Wednesday evening, get ready for our National Signing Day special, where we'll recap all the football signees and evaluate the 2006 Razorback football class.

Then, we'll discuss the basketball season and give your our thoughts about last weekend's devastating loss to Kentucky.