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2015 Schedule
8-5, 3rd in SEC - West
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1dSam Khan Jr.

Better know a nonconference opponent: TCU

The Horned Frogs are among the top teams in the Big 12. If Arkansas can beat them, it'll say something about how far Bret Bielema's team has come.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Texas OL Jake Raulerson is heading to Arkansas and will be eligible to play this season as a grad transfer. Raulerson initially committed to transferring to UCLA before learning he was denied admission into their MBA program. The former ESPN 300 recruit started 5 games for Texas at center and right tackle back in 2014 and was a backup last season.

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11dSam Khan Jr.

Must-win 2016 game: Arkansas Razorbacks

If Arkansas hopes to move up in the SEC West, they'll need to get off on the right foot with a win in their conference opener vs. Texas A&M.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

After being denied admission into his preferred graduate school programs at UCLA, former Texas offensive lineman Jake Raulerson is scrambling to find an alternative option to finish his final two years of eligibility. The two favorites, according to his father, Jay Raulerson, are North Carolina and SMU, both of which he has visited, but Arkansas is also in the mix. Raulerson departed for a visit to Arkansas Thursday.

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16dStaff

SEC confidential: Coaches unload on league

How do coaches think 2016 will play out in the SEC? Opposing coaches dish, anonymously, on the low bar that LSU's Brandon Harris has to clear, why Bo Scarborough is a beast and much more.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Numerous Power 5 conference programs were represented at the Sound Mind Sound Body camp near Houston on Tuesday. Coaches from Arkansas, Arizona, Michigan State, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Iowa State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Texas and Texas Tech were among those spotted scouting the talent on hand at Hightower High School in Missouri City, Texas.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

SEC schools are barnstorming through Texas this satellite camp season and Arkansas is no different, showing a strong presence at the Sound Mind Sound Body camp in the Houston area on Tuesday. Razorbacks head coach Bret Bielema (pictured, far right) led a six-coach contingent from Fayetteville to Houston to scout the talent, including coordinators Dan Enos and Robb Smith as well as secondary coach Paul Rhoads (pictured, left) and linebackers coach Vernon Hargreaves (middle).

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18dSam Khan Jr.

SEC bounce-back candidates for 2016

Each year, key players go down with injuries that derail their seasons. Here's a look at injured SEC players who are primed for a comeback season.

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18dSam Khan Jr.

SEC intriguing freshmen: Arkansas Razorbacks

McTelvin Agim, an early enrollee and one of the nation's top overall recruits, could make an immediate impact on Arkansas' defensive line.

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SEC expands misconduct rule for transfers

The SEC has expanded its "serious misconduct" rule for transfer students to include "dating violence, stalking or conduct of a nature that creates serious concern about the safety of others."

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21dEdward Aschoff

SEC double-digit sack artists in 2016

Texas A&M's Myles Garrett, who has 24 sacks in 25 career games, leads our list of potential double-digit sack players in the SEC for 2016.

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22dSam Khan Jr.

Players under pressure: SEC West

A look at the players under pressure in the SEC West, a list that includes potential replacements for Derrick Henry, Laremy Tunsil and Dak Prescott.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Remember when these two guys were supposedly arch-enemies? Auburn's Gus Malzahn and Arkansas' Bret Bielema were chumming it up at the SEC spring meetings.

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23dBrett McMurphy

Bielema to Hogs: Be little bit Curry, less LeBron

Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said he told his players they "need to be a little bit Curry and a little less LeBron," referencing last year's NBA Finals to emphasize team over individual.