Arkansas State can't get on the field with Arkansas, but the policy won't prevent the two schools from appearing on TV together. Arkansas State and Arkansas will appear in back-to-back games Sept. 6 when the new SEC Network televises six football games involving SEC schools. The Red Wolves will play Tennessee at 11 a.m. followed by Nicholls State (La.) at Arkansas at 3 p.m. Other games on the lineup include Florida Atlantic at Alabama at 11 a.m., Eastern Michigan at Florida at 3 p.m., Sam Houston State at LSU and Lamar at Texas A&M, both at 6:30 p.m. An overflow channel … Continue Reading ››
We've all seen them at one time or another. A coach, fired up over a blown call, has finally had enough and let's the referee or official have a piece of his mind. The official then reacts by throwing the coach out of the game, the arena, the stadium, wherever the field might be. And this usually leads to a big crowd reaction, a coach storming off the scene and a heated situation that is usually talked about in the local schools, papers, radio stations, TVs and barber shops for days to come. These coaching ejections are often frowned upon by many. … Continue Reading ››
Today's first round games in the 4A-North Regional baseball tournament have been moved from Lincoln and the game times have changed as well. The bracket has been split into two sites today with games at Farmington and Prairie Grove, said Lincoln coach Brad Harris. Games today will be played at 4 and 6:30 to get the tournament back on schedule. Saturday and Monday games will return to Lincoln under the original time. Here is the revised schedule: Prep Baseball 4A-North Regional Tournament Today At Farmington Game 1: Lincoln vs. Pottsville, 4 p.m. Game 2: Farmington vs. Booneville, 6:30 p.m. At Prairie Grove Game 3: Pea Ridge vs. Dover, 4 p.m. Game … Continue Reading ››
Sports Editor at NWA Media
Chip Souza is the sports editor of the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. His primary beat is Benton County schools. He is a native of East Texas with more than 30 years of sports writing experience in Texas and Arkansas. He has earned numerous writing awards in both states.