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Razorbacks vs TCU

 (Update Page throughout the game for our thoughts) Here we are, TCU vs the Razorbacks. If there was a game to circle on the proverbial schedule it would have been this one. The 15th ranked team in the country looming large with their breakneck pace. To say that this game means a lot to many of us would be an understatement. Many of us are from the Fort Worth area, and the NWA-ers among us have a friend or two at TCU as well. Here's to finally putting all those fun what-ifs to rest, and settling things on the field. There will be more than a few bets settled tonight, and we hope they all go in our readers favor....

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This Arkansawyer Loves Texas Too.

I was born and raised in Arkansas, and I love my neighbors and fellow Razorbacks from the great state of Texas next door. Why wouldn’t I? Sure—Texans bring in a lot of state pride, and maybe they will always love their home state more than Arkansas. But again, why should I hold that against them? In my experience, that love and pride for Texas translates into Razorback pride too. Many of the Lone Star Hogs I know are among the proudest and most fiercely loyal Razorback fans I know. My friends at Lone Star Hog asked me to write this blog post because, apparently many Arkansas don’t feel the same love for Texans that Lone Star Hogs feel for Arkansas....

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Father's Day Deals

Observe the Lone Star Hog Dad in his natural habitat. Before anyone asks, of course this photo wasn't staged. When one reaches a certain station in life, reading Money magazine in front of a large painting is just a usual Sunday- and we were lucky enough to capture such a moment. It's the type of activity reserved for men who worked for decades to send their kid(s) to the University of Arkansas, and to afford the parking fines their offspring accrue there.That slight, wry smile is the realization that a son is moving out of Sterling Frisco, and into a way more affordable house with friends. Or that a daughter broke up with Steve the "Festival Enthusiast," and is now talking...

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