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2006-07 JUCO Class: Less Than Productive

April 15th, 2007
Arkansas

It’s that time of year again in college basketball – spring – when fans try to predict which underclassmen will declare for the NBA draft as well as determine which players will be selected in the first and second rounds. However, it’s also the time when coaches try to fill in gaps on their rosters for next year from the only viable source still available – junior colleges.

Altman Accepts Arkansas Coaching Job

April 2nd, 2007
Arkansas

OMAHA, Neb. -- Dana Altman, the all-time winningest coach in Creighton basketball history, has accepted the head men¹s basketball coaching job at the University of Arkansas. Altman was introduced at a 5 pm press conference in Fayetteville, Ark., today at Bud Walton Arena.

Daily Dribble: NCAA Tournament Day Two

March 17th, 2007
Arkansas

- Good job by Bill Self clearing his bench in the Jayhawks easy 107-67 win over Niagara. 14 guys got in the game including little used Brennan Brechard (22 minutes in his career) who even got 4 minutes of PT. Nothing like the memory of getting a few minutes run in the Dance.

- Similar bench-clearing for Florida who ended up beating Jackson State by 43. This game was actually neck and neck for about 15 minutes. Jackson State led 26-25 with 6 minutes to go in the first half. It was 87-43 Florida the rest of the way..

Expert Picks: Weekend

January 19th, 2007
ArkansasTexas at Villanova, LSU at Arkansas, Washington at Washington State, Maryland at Virginia Tech

SEC Weekly Award Winners

January 8th, 2007
Arkansas

Gary Ervin is the SEC Player of the Week.

11/19: Daily Dribble

November 19th, 2006
Arkansas

I'll be honest, I'd never heard of Stephen Curry before this week. The son of former NBA star Dell Curry is a freshman for the Davidson Wildcats. He wasn't even considered the best player on his high school team, but the 6-0 guard came into today's game against Missouri averaging 23 points, 7 boards, and 4 assists per game. In a close loss to the Tigers in Columbia this afternoon, he finished with 16 and 6 assists. Curry's biggest problem is turnovers, as he's more of a combo scoring guard trying to play some point and doing too much with the ball. Still, the baby faced scorer has a great stroke, a knack for getting the ball in the hoop, and the potential to be a major force in the Southern Conference with a little more experience and physical maturity.

SEC Player & Rookie of the Week

November 13th, 2006
Arkansas

Barber & Beverley take Week One honors.

2006-07 Preview: #43 Arkansas

October 2nd, 2006
Arkansas must deal with the losses of Brewer and Modica who combined for 34.4 points per game.