Oklahoma, a dangerous offensive team despite their 8-7 record through 15 games, comes to Baum-Walker Stadium to face the consensus number one ranked Arkansas Razorbacks, who are sitting at 12-1 after their first loss on Sunday in Ruston, Louisiana to Louisiana Tech. Still, the Diamond Hogs have won every series they have played going into their first midweek series and this weekend, their first conference series at home versus rival Alabama.
The Arkansas Razorbacks men’s basketball team ended their regular season and conference tournament play on a tear, goin 12-2 in their last 14 games, despite their loss on Saturday to LSU at the SEC Tournament Semifinals in Nashville. The “Muss Bus” is clearly rolling with the school’s highest seed since 2015 (Bobby Portis and Michael Qualls led Arkansas to a five seed), landing a three seed in the south region. Of course, the entire tournament will be played in Indiana, with the majority of games being played in Indianapolis. Arkansas opens against 14 seed Colgate at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. It will begin at 11:45 AM CT time on truTV. It will face the winner of the six seed Texas Tech and eleven seed Utah State if it were to beat the “fighting toothpaste”.
The Arkansas Razorbacks women’s basketball team was upset by Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament Quarterfinals. But, the hogs were still given a four seed in the Alamo Region, in the women’s tournament which will all be held in the Lone Star State. They will open against 13 seed Wright State. If the lady hogs win, they will play the winner of five seed Missouri State and 12 seed UC-Davis.
According to the Razorback football instagram and other official school sources, the team will have its first spring scrimmage on Saturday March 20. It will be open to fans. Arkansas will play its official spring game on Saturday April 17.