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ARKANSAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Live score updates from games tonight

ARKANSAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Live score updates from games tonight

Follow along for live scoring updates from high school football games across Arkansas.

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SPORTS: WALLY HALL

Weekend Predictions: How about two Arkansas victories in Texas

An interesting week, especially in Arlington, Texas, where Arkansas will try to beat Texas A&M for the first time ...

SPORTS: RICHARD DAVENPORT

Texas safety set for Hogs' game

One of the nation's top junior prospects will be a guest of Arkansas, the home team for Saturday's game ...

SPORTS: RICK FIRES

Rick's Picks: Har-Ber must maintain its focus on Rogers High

The "one at a time" mantra can be boring to fans, whether it's Nick Saban or the coach of ...

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