Razorback Brew 1/9: Good news received

Today, we're meeting the newest Arkansas assistant football coach.

Good morning. Arkansas football gained a bright young mind this week, Razorback soccer gained several new playmakers, and Barnhill is set to be PACKED for the Gymbacks this season. Let’s get right to it.

Now, what has all been mixed into today’s Brew?

🎥 Getting to know WR coach Ronnie Fouch
⚾️ Hogs ranked highly in latest poll
🐗 And so much more!


New Razorbacks' wide receiver coach Ronnie Fouch sits down with Q & Z to discuss his decision to join Sam Pittman and reunite with Bobby Petrino as they prepare for next football season.


Arkansas men’s basketball head coach Eric Musselman returns to Sassy's to discuss how his team is responding after a tough loss against Auburn on Saturday.


🔺 Receiving Good News. Arkansas Head Coach Sam Pittman has hired Ronnie Fouch as the Razorbacks’ wide receivers coach.

Fouch joins the Hogs from Missouri State, where he was the co-offensive coordinator and running backs coach while also serving as the Bears’ recruiting coordinator. Alongside offensive coordinator Nick Petrino, Fouch helped lead one of the best offenses in the Football Championship Subdivision with the Bears ranking in the top 10 nationally in multiple categories.

🔺 Perfect Poll. Arkansas baseball checked in at No. 2 in Perfect Game’s top-25 rankings, the first preseason poll of 2024. The Razorbacks are ranked behind only No. 1 Wake Forest by Perfect Game, and are joined by six other SEC programs in the top 10. Check out who else joined the Diamond Hogs here.

🔺 Packed Floor. For the third consecutive season under head coach Jordyn Wieber, Razorback Gymnastics has set a new season ticket sales record with 2,250 tickets sold as of Monday. The Gymbacks will host three exciting home meets inside legendary Barnhill Arena along with two meets inside Bud Walton Arena. Arkansas’ first meet is this Friday when they host Georgia inside Barnhill. Click here to learn how you can secure your tickets.

🔺 Sub On In. Arkansas soccer is reloading nicely with the addition of four transfers ahead of the 2024 season. The additions include midfielder Ella Rogers (Xavier), defender Kelsey Oyler (Gonzaga), forward Jordan Hall (Arizona) and defender Dejionee Anderson (Daytona State). Find out more about the newest Razorback soccer players here.

🔺 Dan The Man. The National Football Foundation (NFF) has a new Razorback joining its College Football Hall of Fame in former Arkansas All-American Dan Hampton.

Hampton, a four-year letterwinner at defensive tackle from 1975-78, will become the 21st Razorback affiliated with the program to be inducted into the NFF Hall of Fame. He played two seasons for Coach Frank Broyles (1975-76) and finished his career playing for Coach Lou Holtz (1977-78).

Arkansas sported a 35-10-2 record during Hampton’s career, including a mark of 22-8-1 in Southwest Conference (SWC) play.


Mound visit. The Arkansas softball team is back at work this week and head coach Courtney Deifel is on the show to give us a breakdown of this years team.


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Tuesday, January 9:

🏊 Swimming & Diving at Auburn @ 12:00 p.m.

Wednesday, January 10:

🏀 Men’s Basketball vs. Georgia @ 8:00 p.m. on ESPNU

Thursday, January 11:

🎾 Women’s Tennis in Battle at Indian Wells
🎾 Men’s Tennis at Hawaii/Hawaii Pacific @ 5:30 p.m.

Friday, January 12:

🏃 Track & Field in Arkansas Invitational
🎾 Women’s Tennis in Battle at Indian Wells
🎾 Men’s Tennis at Hawaii/Hawaii Pacific @ 5:30 p.m.
🤸 Gymnastics vs. Georgia at 6:45 p.m. on SEC Network Plus

Saturday, January 13:

🎾 Women’s Tennis in Battle at Indian Wells
🏀 Men’s Basketball at Florida @ 3:00 p.m. on ESPN
🏊 Women’s Track & Field vs. Little Rock @ 3:00 p.m.
🏊 Swimming & Diving vs. Little Rock @ 3:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 14:

🏀 Women’s Basketball at Alabama @ 2:00 p.m. on SEC Network

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