Week 6 in the SEC wasn’t much to look forward to in terms of match-ups heading into the weekend but thanks to Butch Jones and Tennessee, the league made some headlines and gave us some fireworks.
A 12-year-old North Carolina boy on vacation with his family has unearthed a 5.16 carat diamond at Arkansas’ Crater of Diamonds State Park.
A former Arkansas Lottery security official pleaded guilty Friday to a long-running scheme in which he’s accused of stealing and cashing nearly a half-million dollars’ worth of scratch-off tickets.
Hydraulic fracturing for natural gas hasn’t contaminated drinking water wells in Arkansas, according to a new study, but researchers said the geology there may be more of a natural barrier to pollution than in other areas where shale gas drilling takes place.
The Drive Thursday 4-12-12-Taylor and Marc talk with Joe Schad about the firing of Bobby Petrino, who Arkansas will be looking at as a replacement, and how Arkansas will bounce back in the SEC.
The Drive Friday 4-6-12- Charles Davis from the NFL Network talks about Bobby Petrino and the trouble hes gotten himself into in Arkansas, they get into some Masters talk, and we get his thoughts on who the Panthers will take with the ninth pick.
A short week and lots of other events to capture our attention leads us to a brief version of the Weekly SEC Report.
A special Sunday edition of the WFNZ Weekly SEC Basketball Report! This weeks report is packed with 10 days of great SouthEastern Conference action.
The NCAA Mens Basketball season is halfway over and conference play is into its second week.
On a personal note: while visiting my son at Levine’s children’s Hospital I saw Carolina Panther players JJ Jansen, Dan Connor, & Thomas Keiser with members of our military. They were on location for a charity event and visiting kids in the hospital.