TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The Arkansas Razorbacks finished with a flourish Saturday to notch their 20th victory and seize a critical road game with a 76-73 decision over Alabama. The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (20-9, 9-7) won its fourth in a row over the Crimson Tide (17-12, 8-8) and got its fifth victory in its past six games by going on a late 9-0 run before a crowd of 15,383 at Coleman Coliseum. "Hats off to our guys," Arkansas Coach Mike Anderson said.
Kacey Murphy won a classic pitching duel between southpaws in No. 6 Arkansas' 1-0 victory over Arizona late Wednesday at Tony Gwynn Stadium on the campus of San Diego State. Murphy (1-0), a junior from Rogers, threw 73 pitches, mixing a fastball, curve and change-up, and allowed only one hit to out-duel Arizona sophomore Randy Labaut (0-1), who gave up three hits and one run while throwing 100 pitches over seven innings. "I thought he was excellent," Arkansas Coach Dave Van Horn said.
Arkansas quarterback Cole Kelley pleaded guilty to DWI in Fayetteville District Court on Wednesday and was sentenced by Judge William Storey to 90 days in jail, with 89 days suspended and credit given for one day served. Kelley, 20, was also ordered to compete an alcohol safety class and pay $720 in fines and court costs. The plea and sentencing stemmed from his arrest Nov. 12 on suspicion of DWI, careless driving and violation of the implied consent law.
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Selecting a term
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