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Predicting the remaining three games on Arkansas’ football schedule

I’m sorry everyone for a prolonged break. I have been dealing with some things in my own life and wanted to take a little break. Still, be patient as I have exams coming up. My Arkansas men’s basketball preview will be posted at some point this upcoming week.

11/21
LSU

Many COVID-19 tests suggest that these teams come into this game thin. Both of these teams need a win for their bowl consideration, so “The Battle for the Golden Boot” will be fun. Arkansas gets out to an early lead and holds on with a late interception.

Projected Score:Arkansas 31, LSU 27

Projected Record: 4-4

11/28
at.Missouri

Arkansas defensive coordinator (Missouri graduate and former Missouri head coach) Barry Odom makes his homecoming as the hogs face Missouri. Arkansas makes a defensive statement in the fourth quarter and wins 35-21.

Projected Score:Arkansas 35, Missouri 21

Projected Record: 5-4

12/5
Alabama

Sam Pittman has the biggest challenge of his first season as head coach in the final weekend of Arkansas’ regular season. Nick Saban and Alabama will be the number one team in the College Football Playoff rankings barring an upset. An upset by the Razorbacks here would blow up the college football world.

Projected Score:Alabama 59, Arkansas 35

Final Projected Record: 5-5

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What the 2020-2021 College Football Playoff and New Year’s Six Bowls would look like if they were played today

College Football Playoff

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Allstate Sugar Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans
Jan. 1, ESPN
Alabama vs. Oklahoma

College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
Jan. 1, ESPN
Clemson vs. Florida

New Year’s Six

Goodyear Cotton Bowl
AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
Oklahoma State vs. Texas A&M

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
Georgia vs. North Carolina

PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
Central Florida vs. Texas

Capital One Orange Bowl
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
Notre Dame vs. Georgia

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2020-2021 cbhsports College Football 9/11-9/13 Preview

AP Top 6 (Even if teams are not playing yet)

1.Clemson 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: at.Wake Forest (September 12)

2.Ohio State 0-0 (0-0) Next Game:Season postponed until further notice

3.Alabama 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: at.Missouri (September 26)

4.Georgia 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: at.Arkansas (September 26)

5.Oklahoma 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: Missouri State (September 12)

6.LSU 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: Mississippi State (September 26)

My Top 6 (Teams playing this season)

1.Clemson 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: at.Wake Forest (September 12)

2.Alabama 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: at.Missouri (September 26)

3.Georgia 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: at.Arkansas (September 26)

4.Oklahoma 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: Missouri State (September 12)

5.Florida 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: Missouri State (September 12)

6.LSU 0-0 (0-0) Next Game: Mississippi State (September 26)

Key games this weekend (Rankings based off of AP Poll)

Syracuse at. 18.North Carolina (Saturday, 12 PM ET, ACCN)

Led by Quarterback Sam Howell, North Carolina has sky high expectations in 2020. In this game, I believe UNC’s offense will obliterate Syracuse’s defense and get off to a hot 1-0 start in conference play. Projected Score: North Carolina 56, Syracuse 17

Duke at. 10.Notre Dame (Saturday, 2:30 PM ET, NBC)

In Notre Dame’s first game in the ACC, they get an inexperienced Duke team. QB Ian Book and the Irish’s stingy defense should carry them this game and more, setting up a huge match up with Clemson come November 7. Projected Score: Notre Dame 28, Duke 17

Missouri State at. 5.Oklahoma (Saturday, 7 PM ET, )

Tulsa at. 15.Oklahoma Sate (Saturday, 7:30 PM ET, )

1.Clemson at. Wake Forest (Saturday, 7:30 PM ET, ABC)

UTEP at. Texas (Saturday, 8 PM ET, LHN)

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Hey guys… (Must read)

Hello everyone. Hope your week has gone well. In my transition to Arkansas and SEC only content I have become demotivated to put up a blog post three times a week. Thus, I will be taking a break through Sunday September 20. The only post that I believe will go up during my time off will be the 2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 1 Preview (I will likely change titles of these posts from week to the actual dates due to the ACC beginning two weeks before the Big 12 and SEC). I hope you stick with me through this break but to get a refresh and to get some new creative ideas in this blog, I think it is what is best for me and the blog moving forward.

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What other Razorback sport do you want me to cover?

Instead of making a news post today I want you to answer a question in the comments. Other than football, basketball, and baseball which Arkansas Razorback sport do you want me to cover? Put your responses in the comments below,

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Hogs’ Isaiah Joe changes mind, enters 2020 draft

FOOTBALL:

The NCAA Board of Governors has agreed to-season or not-give seniors playing fall sports an extra year of eligibility. Football players will get to stay a year more if they choose, which will not count towards the 85 scholarship limit next season.

Senior QB Feleipe Franks, RB Rakeem Boyd, OL Myron Cunningham have been named to the Senior Bowl watch list.

BASKETBALL:

The biggest news of last week was when former All-SEC Guard Isaiah Joe announced he had changed his decision to return to Arkansas, and he will enter the 2020 NBA Draft. Joe changed his decision due to the unprecedented fall sports seasons coming in 2020.

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2020 cbhsports SEC College Football Preview

Projected Standings

East
1.Georgia (9-1)
2.Florida (9-1)
3.Tennessee (6-4)
4.Kentucky (4-6)
5.South Carolina (4-6)
6.Missouri (2-8)
7.Vanderbilt (0-10)

West
1.Alabama (10-0)
2.LSU (9-1)
3.Texas A&M (7-3)
4.Auburn (7-3)
5.Ole Miss (5-5)
6.Mississippi State (2-8)
7.Arkansas (2-8)

2020 cbhsports All-SEC Team

Offense
QB:Kyle Trask, Florida
RB:Najee Harris, Alabama
RB:Kylin Hall, Mississippi State
FLEX:Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss
WR:Ja’Marr Chase, LSU
WR:DeVonta Smith, Alabama
TE:Kyle Pitts, Florida
C:Drake Jackson, Kentucky
OL:Trey Smith, Tennessee
OL:Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
OL:Darian Kinnard, Kentucky
OL:Landon Dickerson, Alabama

Defensive
DL:Tyler Shelvin, LSU
DL:Markaviest Bryant, Auburn
DL:LaBryan Ray, Alabama
DL:Bobby Brown, Texas A&M
LB:Nick Bolton, Missouri
LB:K.J. Britt, Auburn
LB:Derek Stingley Jr., LSU
CB:Patrick Surtain II, Alabama
CB:Derek Stingley Jr., LSU
S:Richard LeCounte, Georgia
S:JaCoby Stevens, LSU

Special Teams
K:Brent Cimaglia, Tennessee
P:Max Duffy, Kentucky
KR:Jerrion Ealy, Ole Miss
PR:Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

2020 cbhsports SEC Pre-Season Awards
Player of the Year:Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
Offensive Player of the Year:Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
Defensive Player of the Year:Derek Stingley, CB, LSU
Newcomer of the Year:Bryce Young, QB, Alabama
Coach of the Year:Dan Mullen, Head Coach, Florida

2020 SEC Signees (the top 30) (Instead of ESPN, I will be using the 247Sports Composite from now on) (247Sports Composite Overall Ranking)
1.(2) Bryce Young, QB-DT, Alabama
2.(4) Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia
3.(5) Arik Gilbert, TE, LSU
4.(8) Jordan Burch, DT, South Carolina
5.(11) Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia
6.(12) Gervon Dexter, DT, Florida
7.(14) Eli Ricks, CB, LSU
8.(17) Will Anderson, WDE, Alabama
9.(18) Jalen Carter, DT, Georgia
10.(19) Chris Braswell, WDE, Alabama
11.(21) Jaylon Jones, S, Texas A&M
12.(22) Drew Sanders, ATH, Alabama
13.(23) Darnell Washington, ATH, Georgia
14.(24) Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU
15.(25) Demon Demas, WR, Texas A&M
16.(32) MJ Sherman, OLB, Georgia
17.(37) Tate Ratledge, OT, Georgia
18.(38) Demouy Kennedy, ILB, Alabama
19.(39) Tank Bigsby, RB, Auburn
20.(41) Jaquelin Roy, DT, LSU
21.(43) Marshawn Roy, RB, South Carolina
22.(47) Jase McClellan, RB, Alabama
23.(49) Donnell Harris, WDE, Texas A&M
24.(52) Justin Rogers, DT, Kentucky
25.(54) Kendall Milton, RB, Georgia
26.(55) Marcus Rosemy, WR, Georgia
27.(56) Timothy Smith, DT, Alabama
28.(57) Phillip Webb, OLB, LSU
29.(58) Arian Smith, WR, Georgia
30.(60) Sedrick Van Pan, C, Georgia

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NBA Draft Lottery And My Top 3

Last night was the NBA Draft Lottery:

  1. Minnesota Timberwolves
  2. Golden State Warriors
  3. Charlotte Hornets
  4. Chicago Bulls
  5. Cleveland Cavaliers
  6. Atlanta Hawks
  7. Detroit Pistons
  8. New York Knicks
  9. Washington Wizards
  10. Phoenix Suns
  11. San Antonio Spurs
  12. Sacramento Kings
  13. New Orleans
  14. Boston from Memphis

Minnesota has DLo and KAT but a good pick up would most likely be Anthony Edwards, rated number one by many, and he’d move right in to the Shooting Guard position which is needed in Minnesota. It would be stupid not to take him. The Timberwolves already have a big man and a guy that can shoot. They are in need of a SG who is dominant everywhere. Anthony Edwards could fill their starting 2guard and good on pick and roll plays from a good PG(DLO) and a great Center(Karl Anthony-Towns) Anthony Edwards to seems great on plays where KAT can set a screen at the top of the key and DLO gets it to Edwards who then can get to the bucket. If he feels he can’t score, you’d have DLO open in the corner and we know he can shoot. It’d be a fun team to watch.

Golden State has a great back court, the Splash Brothers are a great shooting squad. Jonathan Wasserman put in his mock draft that they should draft James Wiseman. Though he’d be a great asset to have at big man, I feel the Warriors should draft Lamelo Ball. It’d be a lighskin squad, and with Curry’s age, Lamelo can fit in at point guard after Curry leaves. At the moment though, with Lamelo’s height at 6’8, he is the size of a small forward, so with a little more weight on him, he could play the role with point guard skills. Like a point forward. Andrew Wiggins is taking a spot up at small forward so Lamelo, if drafted by the Warriors, might have to come off the bench. I doubt the Warriors would play small ball moving Draymond to Center with Lamelo at Power Forward(doesn’t have the skills rn to adapt), Andrew Wiggins at Small Forward, and the Splash Bros in the back court. Maybe the team could adapt, but either way, I still think GSW should draft Lamelo.

The Charlotte Hornets are in no need of of a Point Guard with the up and coming Devonte Graham, what they do need though is a big man. The Hornets have Bismack Biyombo, Cody Zeller, and Willy Hernangomez. Not really big name stars. That’s why the Hornets should draft James Wiseman, because he is dominant, tall, and just goated at basketball.

Special Mention:

The Knicks- You know I gotta clown the knicks. The worst team, always getting left out. Got the 3rd and picked a player, not a bust, but not producing like Ja and Zion, and not as well as players drafted behind him, and they aren’t even starting. This time the knicks got the 8th pick. Just like 2017, when they Drafted Frank Ntilikina 8th overall(Kinda a bust), in 2018, their best player yet was drafted 2nd round. YES!!! There best player was drafted SECOND ROUND!!!(Mitchell Robinson) In 2018, they also had the 9th overall pick and drafted Kevin Knox, not a bust, but not doing what a good player does for being drafted 8th. The team is young, but young players probably not at the top with other players at their age. Honestly, the knicks my pick a trash player, maybe they get a steal. I honestly feel bad for them but they’re the clown of the NBA. To any knicks fans, please, don’t hurt yourself.

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Where would you want an NBA team?

If you were to choose where an NBA team was to move where would you choose? Comment where and the top location, I will write the pros and cons of having a team there(in my opinion)

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Archie Goodwin

Archie Goodwin, Ratiopharm Ulm(Ulm, Germany) Archie Goodwin is my number one favorite for a few reasons: He went to the high school in my city(Sylvan Hills High School in Sherwood, Arkansas) and he knew my uncle in Middle School. I also remember Archie coming to talk to my elementary school. A negative on Archie is he played at Kentucky. It would have been nice to see a player like Archie play for the home state team at Arkansas. Archie played a few years in the G-League, and in the regular NBA. After 111 games in the G-League, he racked up a average of 18.5 points per game.

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dillpickarkansas(Dylan) creates new overseas basketball article series

Hi, I am Dylan. I have introduced myself before but that was a while back. I will be making post mostly about Arkansas High School basketball but other states as well, and mostly overseas pro basketball. Go follow my Instagram Account @acrosstheocean_scouting.

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cbhsports 2020 Arkansas Football Preview

cbhsports 2020 Arkansas Football Projected Starters

Offense
QB:Feleipe Franks, RS Senior
RB:Rakeem Boyd, Senior
RB:Trelon Smith, RS Junior
WR:Trey Knox, Sophomore
WR:Mike Woods, Junior
WR:Treylon Burks, Sophomore
TE:Hudson Henry, Sophomore
LT:Myron Cunningham, RS Senior
LG:Beaux Limmer, RS Freshman
C:Ty Clary, Senior
RG:Ricky Stromberg, Sophomore
RT:Noah Gatlin, Sophomore

Defense
DE:Dorian Gerald, RS Senior
DT:Jonathan Marshall, RS Senior
DT:Marcus Miller, RS Freshman
DE:Mataio Soli, Sophomore
OLB:Bumper Pool, Junior
MLB:Grant Morgan, RS Senior
OLB:Hayden Henry, Senior
CB:Jerry Jacobs, RS Senior
CB:Montaric Brown, RS Junior
CB:Devin Bush, RS Freshman
FS:Jalen Cantalon, RS Freshman
SS:Joseph Foucha, Junior

Special Teams
K:AJ Reed, RS Junior
P:George Caratan, Junior
KR:Treylon Burks, Sophomore
PR:Treylon Burks, Sophomore

Game by game preview

9/26
Georgia

Whoever is starting at QB for Georgia, whether it be Jamie Newman or JT Daniels, will crush the young Arkansas secondary. In Sam Pittman’s games against his former team (he was the offensive line coach at Georgia), expect a fun game but a game that Arkansas will come out thinking they have nothing to lose.

Projected Score: Georgia 49, Arkansas 24

Projected Record: 0-1

10/3
at.Mississippi State

Less than half of the cow bells are going to be ringing in Starkville. Two new SEC head coaches face off in this one, Pittman versus Leach. It should be a fun, close game. Two of the top running backs in the SEC Rakeem Boyd and Kylin Hill face off.

Projected Score: Mississippi State 35, Arkansas 31

Projected Record: 0-2

10/10
at.Auburn

Arkansas faces off against two former coaches in this one, former Arkansas offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn (Auburn head coach), and a guy Arkansas fans have in the rearview mirror, former Arkansas head coach Chad Morris (Auburn offensive coordinator). This game is a tossup because of Auburn’s loss of home field advantage due to the loss of many fans, but Auburn’s talent wins out here.

Projected Score: Auburn 56, Arkansas 17

Projected Record: 0-3

10/17
Ole Miss

Under normal circumstances, with a packed Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, I would give Sam Pittman his first win in Fayetteville. But due to the lack of fans, I think this one turns into a shootout, where two new SEC head coaches are looking for their first win at their respective new schools (Pittman and Kiffin).

Projected Score: Arkansas 51, Ole Miss 49

Projected Record:1-3

10/24
OPEN

10/31
at.Texas A&M

Arkansas heads down to College Station on Halloween looking for their first win against the Aggies in eight years. Due to COVID-19, what the fans call “The Southwest Classic” was moved from AT&T Stadium to College Station, as it is supposed to Texas A&M’s home game. The Aggies will make a return trip to Fayetteville in 2021 before returning to AT&T Stadium in 2022. That’s besides the point, as Jimbo Fisher brings in one of the most talented Aggie teams into this season, making it one difficult for Sam Pittman and his team

Projected Score: Texas A&M 38, Arkansas 34

Projected Record: 1-4

11/7
Tennessee

Many SEC experts are picking Tennessee to finish third behind Georgia and Florida. The way Jeremy Pruitt turned this Tennessee squad around mid-season last season, was incredible. Tennessee’s talent should scare the Razorbacks definitely but this is a game Arkansas could win.

Projected Score: Tennessee 24, Arkansas 17

Projected Record:1-5

11/14
at.Florida

Former Florida QB Feleipe Franks returns to the Swamp to face one of the most talented defenses in the nation. Florida QB Kyle Trask is being looked at by some as an All-SEC First Team QB, so the offense for the Gators may not be up to par with its defense but it’s pretty close.

Projected Score: Florida 42, Arkansas 21

Projected Record:1-6

11/21
LSU

If the reigning champs head into Fayetteville with likely only one or two blemishes, they will be fighting for a New Year’s six spot. Arkansas will be well exempt from making a bowl game, so with nothing to lose at home for Arkansas, I see this as an ugly game.

Projected Score:LSU 17, Arkansas 14

Projected Record: 1-7

11/28
at.Missouri

According to my projection, Arkansas came so close against LSU, so Sam Pittman and the crew are looking for a win here. Arkansas Defensive Coordinator Barry Odom will have his homecoming as he returns to Columbia for the first time since he was fired as Missouri’s head coach. Two new head coaches (Sam Pittman and Eli Drinkwitz) will go at it.

Projected Score:Arkansas 28, Missouri 21

Projected Record: 2-7

12/5
Alabama

Sam Pittman has likely the biggest challenge of his first season as head coach in the final weekend of Arkansas’ regular season. Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide will likely be a top four team in the College Football Playoff rankings so an upset by the Razorbacks here would blow up the college football world.

Projected Score:Alabama 59, Arkansas 35

Final Projected Record: 2-8

2020 Arkansas Razorback Football Top 10 Recruits (247Sports)

Conference: #11

National: #30

2020 Class (247Sports National Rank):

1. (174) Myles Slusher, CB

2. (202) Malik Hornsby, QB-DT

3. (215) Darin Turner, WR

4.(337) Marcus Henderson, OG

5. (447) Blayne Toll, SDE

6. (477) Jashaud Stewart, OLB

7. (526) Andy Boykin, SDE

8. (566) Jalen St. John, OG

9. (658) Nick Turner, S

10. (758) Kelin Burie, OLB

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Feleipe Franks named frontrunner for QB1 entering fall camp

NOTE:News is from previous week as all posts are scheduled.

FOOTBALL:

Arkansas Head Coach Sam Pittman and AD Hunter Yuracheck were the first to support the #WeWanttoPlay movement, that was started by Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence.

First year Arkansas Offensive Coordinator Kendall Briles told reporters on Friday that it was “his (Feleipe Franks’) job to lose”. While fall camp begins Monday August 17, Franks has seemingly asserted himself above Sophomore KJ Jefferson and Freshman Malik Hornsby.

The revised SEC football schedule for the 2020-2021 season will come out soon, so I will have a post about that soon.

BASKETBALL:
Heavily recruited 2021 wing Chance Moore announced his commitment to become the first Razorback pledge in Eric Musselman’s second class in Fayetteville. Moore chose the hogs over Alabama and LSU.

JUCO Forward Akol Mawein announced his committment to Arkansas just two days after Chance Moore announced his pledge to go to Fayetteville. The 6’9 big man averaged 13.5 points per game and 5 rebounds at Navarro College in Texas. Moore will have two years of eligibility left when he enrolls for the 2021-2022 season.

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cbhsports Post Schedule 2020-2021 (August 2020-May 2021) *TENTATIVE*

Yesterday changes were made to this blog for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. If you want to check it out click here.

Again, these dates are TENTATIVE and are only correct if the college football and basketball seasons go according to plan. But due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic things aren’t looking great for the part. Also, there will be different topics for the Arkansas/SEC News Posts every time they are posted (for example what Arkansas’ non conference schedule looks like the next five years) but are listed as “Arkansas/SEC News Post” in the schedule right here. Same goes to my College Football News Posts. I’m just trying this out for my freshman school year so this schedule will just go through May.

NOTE:Remember all posts are scheduled at 5 PM CT.

All college football and college basketball preview posts are tentative so they have ** around them.

August 17
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

August 19
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

August 21
College Football News Post (5 PM CT)

August 24
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

August 26
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

August 28
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 0 Preview* (5 PM CT)(Season won’t begin until September 5 anyway, so this one won’t be happening)

August 31
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 2
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 4
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 1 Preview* (5 PM CT)

September 7
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 9
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 11
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 2 Preview* (5 PM CT)

September 14
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 16
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 18
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 3 Preview* (5 PM CT)

September 21
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 23
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 25
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 4 Preview* (5 PM CT)

September 28
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

September 30
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 2
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 5 Preview* (5 PM CT)

October 4
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 6
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 9
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 6 Preview* (5 PM CT)

October 11
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 13
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 16
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 7 Preview* (5 PM CT)

October 18
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 20
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 23
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 8 Preview* (5 PM CT)

October 25
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 27
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

October 30
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 9 Preview* (5 PM CT)

November 2
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

November 4
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

November 6
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 10 Preview* (5 PM CT)

November 8
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

November 10
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

November 13
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 11 Preview* (5 PM CT)

November 15
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

November 17
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

November 20
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 12 Preview* (5 PM CT)

Posts this week can go up at 2 PM CT due to the fact that it is Thanksgiving Break*

November 23
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

November 24
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

November 27
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 13 Preview* (5 PM CT)

November 29
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

December 2
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

December 4
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Conference Championship Week Preview* (5 PM CT) (Because conference championship dates will vary between conferences, I’m setting this post here).

*Due to uncertainty of the college football playoff, no dates will be set for this.*

*cbhsports 2020-2021 College Football College Football Playoff Preview*

*All dates assuming college basketball season goes to plan (season supposed to (and could still) start in November but I won’t be putting previews out until these upcoming dates*

December 7
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

December 9
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

December 11
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (12/11/20-12/13/20) (5 PM CT)

*Posts this week can go up at 2 PM CT due to the fact that I have exams and get out of school everyday at 10 AM CT)

December 14
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

December 16
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

December 18
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (12/18/20-12/20/20) (2 PM CT)

*Posts through 1/4/21 can go up at 2 PM CT due to the fact that I have Christmas break*

December 21
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

December 23
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

December 25
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (12/25/20-12/27/20) (2 PM CT)

December 28
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

December 30
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

January 1
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (1/1/20-1/3/20) (2 PM CT)

January 4
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT)

January 6
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

January 8
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (1/8/20-1/10/20) (5 PM CT)

January 11
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

January 13
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

January 15
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (1/15/20-1/17/20) (5 PM CT)

January 18
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT) *Posts today can go up at 2 PM CT due to the fact that I have the day off due to Dr. MLK Jr. day*

January 20
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

January 22
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (1/22/20-1/24/20) (5 PM CT)

January 25
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

January 27
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

January 29
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (1/29/20-1/31/20) (5 PM CT)

February 1
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

February 3
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

February 5
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (2/5/20-2/7/20) (5 PM CT)

February 12
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (2/12/20-2/14/20) (2 PM CT) *Posts today can go up at 2 PM CT due to the fact that I have the day off due to President’s Day break*

February 15
Arkansas/SEC News Post (2 PM CT) *Posts today can go up at 2 PM CT due to the fact that I have the day off due to President’s Day break*

February 17
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

February 19
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (2/19/20-2/21/20) (5 PM CT)

February 22
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

February 24
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

February 26
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (2/26/20-2/28/20) (5 PM CT)

March 1
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

March 3
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

March 5
*2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Weekend Preview* (3/5/20-3/7/20) (5 PM CT)

March 7
*SPECIAL SUNDAY BLOG* *2020-2021 cbhsports College Basketball Conference Tournament Preview* (3/8/20-3/14/20)

March 8
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

March 10
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

March 12
Arkansas/SEC News Post (5 PM CT)

*NCAA Tournament will switch up dates of Arkansas/SEC News Post and College Basketball News Posts*

March 15
*2021 cbhsports NCAA College Basketball Tournament Preview* (my picks)

March 17
(Only if Arkansas makes tournament) *Projecting how far Arkansas goes in 2021 NCAA College Basketball Tournament (Arkansas/SEC News Post) (Includes cbhsports 2021 NCAA College Basketball Tournament First Round Preview) (5 PM CT)

March 19
*2021 cbhsports NCAA College Basketball Tournament Second Round Preview* (5 PM CT)

March 22
Arkansas/SEC Sports News Post (5 PM CT)

March 24
*2021 cbhsports NCAA College Basketball Tournament Sweet 16 Preview* (5 PM CT)

March 26
*2021 cbhsports NCAA College Basketball Tournament Elite 8 Preview* (5 PM CT)

March 29
Arkansas/SEC Sports News Post (5 PM CT)

March 31
Arkansas/SEC Sports News Post (5 PM CT)

April 2
*2021 cbhsports NCAA College Basketball Tournament Final Four Preview* (5 PM CT)

April 4
*SPECIAL SUNDAY BLOG* *2021 cbhsports NCAA College Basketball Tournament National Championship Preview* (5 PM CT)

*NOTE:Monday April 5 is when I will begin previewing all fourteen SEC schools for next college football season. I will preview an overall of thirty teams, the other sixteen will be teams voted on by you guys when the time comes (they will be non conference opponents). Also, because Monday and Wednesday are dedicated towards the SEC, those previews will be on SEC teams and since Friday is dedicated towards the rest of the country, it will be a non conference team.*

April 5
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

April 7
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

April 9
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (5 PM CT)

April 12
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

April 14
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

April 16
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (5 PM CT)

April 19
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

April 21
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

April 23
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (5 PM CT)

April 26
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

April 28
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

April 30
2021-2022 cbhsportsCollege Football Preview:Non conference school (5 PM CT)

May 3
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

May 5
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

May 7
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (5 PM CT)

May 10
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

May 12
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

May 14
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (5 PM CT)

May 17
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

May 19
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:SEC School (5 PM CT)

May 21
2021-2022 cbhsports 2021-2022 College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT) *Can come out at 2 PM CT due to class day*

NOTE:*cbhsports 2021-2022 College Football Preview:Non conference school posts will begin to come out every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday until finished, also posts will come out at 2 PM CT due to school ending early everyday because of exams.*

May 24
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

May 26
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

May 28
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

May 31
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

June 2
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

June 4
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

June 7
2021-2022 cbhsports 2021-2022 College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

June 9
2021-2022 cbhsports 2021-2022 College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

June 11
2021-2022 cbhsports College Football Preview:Non conference school (2 PM CT)

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I’m making major changes to the blog…(MUST READ)

Hey guys, what’s going on. I hope your last few weeks of summer have been good. Due to the fact that I am moving onto high school, I have decided to make some big changes to the blog.

WHAT CHANGES ARE BEING MADE-
First thing is I’m making this a pro Arkansas and SEC blog. I live in and love the natural state so it won’t be hard for me to do. While I love the NBA and NFL and know tons about it, I am not as knowledgeable about that as I am about college sports. Don’t worry, I will still make Super Bowl and NBA Finals Predictions but that will be it for those respective leagues.

SCHEDULING-
I will make posts at 5 PM CT on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Monday and Wednesday will be Arkansas/SEC sports posts. On Fridays, like last season, a weekly college football preview will go up. Until the week of August 22-29 (CFB’s 2020 Week 1 is September 4-7), a college football news post will go up. College basketball weekly previews/posts will be fit into the schedule accordingly when the season begins. My 2021-2022 College Football Schedule Previews will just include SEC schools along with 16 other suggested teams in the comments making a total of just thirty college football schedule predictions for the 2021-2022 season. My 2021-2022 College Football Schedule Previews will begin going up on week days the week of April 5. Here’s how the first week of FOOTBALL season will work for my new blog regime:

REMINDER:All posts are scheduled to come out at 5 PM CT time.

Monday August 31
Arkansas/SEC Sports Post

Wednesday September 2
Arkansas/SEC Sports Post

Friday September 4
2020-2021 cbhsports College Football Week 1 Preview

OTHER UPDATES-I would like to formally welcome Dylan to the blog. He has never formally been introduced to the blog, so I thought I would do so. He will not be following my schedule but he is doing great work for my blog. He is going to be posting about Arkansas high school sports at more random times. His username is DillPickArkansas so make sure to give him some love by liking his posts. He’s been helping me out on my other blog, throwballnews, and deserves some praise.