The outcome of the Arkansas Razorbacks’ game Friday with the Missouri Tigers at Columbia will go a long way in determining if this season will be a good one for the Hogs or just mediocre.
If an excursion to a local theater is on your docket this week, there are quite a few solid choices. Here’s a rundown of the new movies opening this week.
Arkansas coach Eric Musselman was scalding hot after the ballgame in the Lahaina Civic Center because of the officiating. On his post-game radio appearance Musselman didn’t hold back in blasting the officials.
It was a quick turnaround for the Arkansas Razorbacks with a get-the-kinks-out practice Sunday less than 24 hours after paying their best game of the season.
It’s been relatively smooth sailing for the No. 9 Arkansas Razorbacks through three games, but coach Eric Musselman’s Hogs should be tested this week with three games in three days in the Maui Invitational.
The movie is solid and in instances heartbreaking as the film depicts the story of the brave women who hoped to affect changes in attitudes and actions in the workplace by speaking about what had to be some of the most demoralizing incidents in their lives.
This is the game of the year for the Razorbacks. A victory would stem a two-game losing streak and make Arkansas bowl eligible.
This is a huge game for Arkansas’ program. It’s a chance to become bowl eligible for the second year in a row, an opportunity to whip a nationally ranked rival, and the last chance to watch seniors like Bumper Pool play for the Hogs in Razorback Stadium.
Just like the injury bug bit Sam Pittman’s football Razorbacks throughout this season, it’s gnawing on the basketball Hogs’ hides as well.
How do you make a super-hero movie when the actor who played the title character passed away?
The Razorbacks need their fans at peak level early to have a fighting chance against the No. 7 LSU Tigers.
After a bit of a slow start, Musselman’s reconstructed squad showed most of the promise their ranking entails Monday with a 76-58 thumping of North Dakota State.
Slusher is one of the Razorbacks’ best defensive backs, and no doubt his absence will be felt Saturday.
The Flames are one of the best independent programs in college football, and there is nothing Liberty would like better than bolstering their reputation with an SEC pig-killing in hostile territory.
With Halloween in the rear-view mirror and Thanksgiving and Christmas not yet on the horizon, it’s a surprisingly interesting week in theaters.