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  • #1 by Scott Marshall on 16 Apr 2018
  • It's been over 100 days since Hunter Yurachek was hired as the new Arkansas Athletics Director.

    Since then, he's traveled all over the state, from El Dorado to West Memphis to Fort Smith, quickly immersing himself into what it means to be a Razorback and how Arkansas can grow as an athletics program.

    "I can check most of the boxes but not all of them on the hundred day play," says Yurachek, "Because it is a very fluid 100 day plan. The majority of that was getting out and about. Internally within our athletic program meeting with head coaches, our executive team."

    The biggest project Yurachek has inherited sits down the street from his temporary office at Bud Walton Arena. The $160 million renovation to Razorback Stadium, he says, is on time and on budget for the start of the football season on September 1st

    As for what's next on the list of upgrades?
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  • #2 by opineonswine on 17 Apr 2018
  • Really down to earth great guy.
  • #3 by rtr on 17 Apr 2018
  • I like the fact that he does not try dominate the spotlight and leaves it to his coaches and athletes.
  • #4 by DeltaBoy on 17 Apr 2018
  • I am really liking this new AD He working hard to earn respect and knowledge of the State and the Program.
  • #5 by nchogg on 18 Apr 2018
  • I am really liking this new AD He working hard to earn respect and knowledge of the State and the Program.
    Right on!
  • #6 by hoghappy on 18 Apr 2018
  • Iím glad I barely remember what he looks like.
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