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 on: Today at 11:44:27 pm 
Started by mj4president - Last post by oldhawg
I'm 49.  It's depressing as hell.

Listening on the radio?
Following along on HV?
Being 49?

 on: Today at 11:38:49 pm 
Started by ckchog - Last post by ckchog
Sell 2?

Sure.  2, 4 or 6.

 on: Today at 11:38:39 pm 
Started by WizardofhOgZ - Last post by WizardofhOgZ

Just clicked with me - the Rangers, whose ballpark is literally next door to Jerry World, are hosting the Yankees in the FINAL game ever in that park, at 7 PM.  There is NO way they would schedule our game at any time other than 11 AM to get traffic for that game out of the way prior to the incoming traffic for what should be a hard sellout at the Ballpark.

They should have just announced it a month ago so people could make travel plans.

 on: Today at 11:31:42 pm 
Started by Kevin McPherson - Last post by Kevin McPherson
By Kevin McPherson

LITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman and associate head coach Chris Crutchfield were at Montverde Adademy (Fla.) on Tuesday to visit 2020 Hog offer and ESPN national No. 28 prospect Moses Moody, and Wednesday a source confirmed the Little Rock native has set three of his final four official visits.

"I got a chance to catch up with coach," Moody said of his Tuesday visit with Musselman. "He really talked about where he sees me fitting in the program and the success he has had with players similar to me."

Moody (6-6 shooting guard) took his first senior-year official visit to Ohio State over Labor Day weekend, and now he's set to visit Michigan (Sept. 27-29) and Florida (Oct. 4-6) before attending Team USA training camp (Oct. 11-13) in consecutive weekends as a lead-up to his previously scheduled OV to Arkansas the weekend of Oct. 18-20.

Based on that schedule of visits, Moody will have a fifth OV remaining to take if he chooses with Kansas, Oregon, or Southern California the mostly likely destination options given those three teams along with Arkansas, Florida, Ohio State, and Michigan make up his "Top 7" schools that he announced via Twitter in August.

Moody has not announced whether he'll sign during the week-long early period in mid-November or wait till the spring signing period that begins in mid-April.

In addition to Arkansas coaches coming in to see him on Tuesday, coaches from Kansas saw him with Jayhawks head coach Bill Self conducting an in-home visit with Moody's parents on Tuesday. Razorbacks coaches have been out to Montverde twice in the past week to visit Moody -- assistant coach Clay Moser was there on Sept. 9 -- and coaches from Kansas, Ohio State, Michigan, Florida, Oregon, and Southern Cal have all been out, too.

Moody took only one official visit during his junior year -- to Arkansas in October 2018 -- and he took an unofficial visit to Arkansas on June 30.

Moody had an impressive spring and summer as he took part in three prestigious camps -- Pangos All American Camp and NBPA Top 100 Camp in June, and Team USA U17 training camp in July -- as the Razorbacks coaching staff got to see him play at both the NBPA Top 100 Camp (where Moody finished in the Top 10 in scoring) and Team USA U17 training camp..

"He really improved this season as a scorer," an NBA front-office source said of Moody back in June. "I really liked him at (NBPA) Top 100" camp.

According to NBADraftRoom.com's most recent NBA mock draft for 2022, Moody is projected to be selected No. 31 overall.

Moody excelled during his final spring and summer playing with 17U Brad Beal Elite on the Nike EYBL circuit as Arkansas coaches got to watch him compete in late April in Atlanta and again in July in Augusta, Ga. Not only was he a volume scorer who led BBE, Moody was one of the most efficient shooter-scorers on the Nike EYBL circuit.

Before transferring to national-power Montverde Academy for his junior season, Moody earned MVP honors as a sophomore after helping the North Little Rock Charging Wildcats win the 2017-18 Arkansas 6A state championship. As a freshman in '16-17, Moody was a regular reserve playing on a Little Rock Parkview team loaded with older, high-major talent as the Patriots advanced to the Arkansas 5A state title game.

To review Moody's thoughts on his unofficial visit to Arkansas on June 30, please read the Q&A below that was published at Hogville.net on July 16 ... and following the Q&A, linked is a recent highlight reel and photos of Moses Moody ...

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July 16 Q&A with 2020 Hog target Moses Moody as he talked about his June 30 unofficial visit to Arkansas ...

On Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman: "This visit was mainly about bonding and forming a relationship with Coach (Musselman), and I feel like we did a good job of doing that. I got a good feel for his personality and the way he plans and organizes things. His wife came in, and we chatted for awhile. That's what this visit was about, just getting to know the coach."

On Arkansas's assistant coaches: "I've had a relationship with Coach Cruthfield for awhile, he recruited me at Oklahoma. I met Coach Williams earlier this year when he came down to (Montverde Academy) Florida. He talked about his past being an NBA player, said he was drafted for the NBA and NFL, played with and won a championship with Michael Jordan. That's definitely a positive having that NBA experience and being around the game that long. And Coach Moser, coming from the Los Angeles Lakers. All those professional minds on your coaching staff is definitely a positive."

On what Razorbacks coaches shared with Moody and his fit in their program: "They talked about my role, having a big influence and just coming in and being that key guy in the offense. Being a premier scoring option, developing my game for the next level, and winning a national championship."

On what Arkansas coaches told him about his game as it stands now: "We got pretty deep into everything. I asked all the coaches what they saw, and they basically got around to saying all aspects of my game can improve to translate to the next level."

On timeframe for taking his visits, including all five senior-year official visits: "I'm not sure yet on exactly which ones (visits) I'm going to take, but I'm going to definitely finish planning them next month (August) for my senior year. I'm going to take a lot of them early in the shool year, maybe go to some football games. I didn't want to do them in the summer, so students could be on campus and I get a feel for the real-life college experience at the school."

On recruiting and the schools consistently making him a priority: "The ones that have stayed in touch with me the most, and I feel that I'm definitely on their mind a lot even if I miss their calls because I still see their calls and that they're making me a priority. The ones that have been reaching out to me the most lately are Arkansas, Ohio State, Oregon, USC, Miami, California."

Discussion thread ...

 on: Today at 11:25:45 pm 
Started by WizardofhOgZ - Last post by WizardofhOgZ
I remember this game too. South end zone I believe.
31-20 Hogs.
We were 3-1, and no one had a clue how the bottom was about to fall out (54-26 to TCU, 63-28 to Houston 49-17 to Texas...)
One of the worst defenses in Arkansas history.

That was 1990.

Dang I'm getting old.

I WISH I had been at that game.  Instead, I was in Little Rock the next week to witness TCU ax-murder us.  One of - unfortunately - many low points over the last 30 years.

And, I AM old.

 on: Today at 11:24:59 pm 
Started by tusked - Last post by UnknownNobody

For the CCM haters, and there are quite a few of them here, every game is a make or break game for CCM's future. 

They don't care which game gets him fired  -- they just want him fired.

Sadly true...

 on: Today at 11:24:01 pm 
Started by JHicks3636 - Last post by psycHOGlogist
Too low!!! ;-)

 on: Today at 11:23:53 pm 
Started by jbcarol - Last post by UnknownNobody
Ummm.... ok.  Have to get bowl eligible.

Apparently Sports Illustrated believes we will, unlike some of our “fans”

 on: Today at 11:21:46 pm 
Started by jbcarol - Last post by Oda Hamunaga
Ill have a party at my house for everyone the night before.

Let’s book this.

 on: Today at 11:19:40 pm 
Started by tusked - Last post by East Clintwood
I didn't get the memo but have seen this statement in and out of threads.  When was this decided and why?

Most had the A/M game as a probable loss.  Sumlin buried BB in recruiting, as did every other SEC coach, and was replaced by one of 3 active HC to win a NC.  So why is this game the make or break for CCM?  The hogs won't be favored, it's not at home, but yet it's THE game to decide to keep or fire CCM.

When was the vote on this decision?

For the CCM haters, and there are quite a few of them here, every game is a make or break game for CCM's future. 

They don't care which game gets him fired  -- they just want him fired.

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