Razorback Brew 4/16: Breakfast With The Hogs

Today, hear from Hunter Yurachek, baseball hosts Texas Tech, and more.

Good Morning. The Gymbacks hit the road to Fort Worth today for the NCAA Championships! Head over to the Bev Lewis Center at 8:30 this morning to help send off the team.

Here’s what’s Brewin’ today:

🎥 Hear about the Coach Cal hiring from Hunter Yurachek’s seat
⚾️ Baseball hosts Texas Tech
🐗 And so much more! 


Bo Mattingly sits down with Arkansas Director of Athletics, Hunter Yurachek, to walk through the past week in Arkansas basketball — From Muss departing for USC to Coach Cal's introductory presser, we dive into every detail about the search for the next Razorback basketball coach in an honest sit-down with the man who made it happen.


🔺 Tuesday Tussle. The Diamond Hogs are home for two this week, taking on Texas Tech for some midweek fun. The Razorbacks and the Red Raiders are former Southwest Conference foes. Arkansas moved to No. 2 in the major polls after the weekend’s loss at Alabama. They’ll get things started tonight at 7 pm on ESPN2 with Karl Ravech and Kyle Peterson on the call.

🔺 Far From Rookie Numbers. Razorback women’s track & field freshman Kaylyn Brown put on a veteran performance at the Tom Jones Memorial Invitational over the weekend. She won the 400m Invite with an outdoor world-leading time of 49.95s. Her time sits behind Britton Wilson’s on the Arkansas all-time performance list. She also ran a 22.77 200m that ranks No. 4 on the Arkansas all-time list.

🔺 Looking Towards Regionals. The women’s golf SEC Championship trip came to an end yesterday when they fell to Texas A&M in the quarterfinals of match play. Miriam Ayora got the Razorbacks on the board after winning four straight holes to win in 14 holes. Reagan Zibilski tied her opponent as the Aggies clinched the win before their match ended. Kajal Mistry started cooking up a comeback after being down through 13 holes, but came up just short of the win. The Razorbacks will standby and await their fate for NCAA Selection Day next Wednesday.

🔺 Breakfast For Champions. Coach Sam Pittman promised the winners of the 2024 Red-White Game an unforgettable breakfast, and he delivered. Check out the Monday morning grub the football team got to devour! 

⚠️ WARNING: You’ll be extra-hungry after this.


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Today, hear from Gymback Maddie Jones as the Razorback gymnastics team heads to nationals! Plus, Texas Tech is in town for some midweek baseball.


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Tuesday, April 16

⚾️ Baseball vs. Texas Tech @ 7:00 pm on ESPN2

Wednesday, April 17

⚾️ Baseball vs. Texas Tech @ 4:00 pm on SEC Network

Thursday, April 18

🎽 Track & Field hosts John McDonnell Invitational
🎾 Women’s Tennis vs. No. 33 LSU at SEC Tournament @ 2:00pm
🤸‍♂️ Gymnastics at NCAA Championships @ 3:30 pm on ESPN2
🎾 Men’s Tennis vs. Georgia at SEC Tournament @ 6:00pm

Friday, April 19:

🎽 Track & Field hosts John McDonnell Invitational
🥎 Softball vs. No. 13 Alabama @ 6:00 pm on SEC Network+
⚾️ Baseball at South Carolina @ 6:00 pm on SEC Network+

Saturday, April 20:

⚾️ Baseball at South Carolina @ 3:00 pm on SEC Network+
🥎 Softball vs. No. 13 Alabama @ 8:00 pm on SEC Network

Sunday, April 21:

⚾️ Baseball at South Carolina @ 12:30 pm on SEC Network+
🥎 Softball vs. No. 13 Alabama @ 1:00 pm on ESPNU

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