Wally Hall, NWA Democrat-Gazette

Wally Hall

NWA Democrat-Gazette

Little Rock, AR, United States

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Past articles by Wally:

Like it is CBS hits jackpot with pair of SEC clashes

This weekend's winner is CBS, which gets Georgia at Kentucky at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, then Alabama at LSU at 7 p.m. Most TVs won't change for eight hours. → Read More

Like it is Attendance misleading in stadium debate

The great stadium debate is finished. Done. Complete. → Read More

Like it is Hogs have reason for optimism rest of season

It was a game that should leave Arkansas looking forward to returning to work this week. Even as one-sided as it was, it was a better game than that. → Read More

Like it is Morris watches as Hogs' fans avert eyes

Let's just get this out there: Chad Morris' son, Chandler -- whom Morris goes to Texas to watch play high school football each Friday -- is just a junior. → Read More

Like it is QB identity one of many worries for Hogs

The quarterback competition between Ty Storey and Cole Kelley became full-fledged when Kelley sparked Arkansas to two second-half passing scores. → Read More

Like it is WALLY HALL: Too early to crown impressive Justify

Every year, because of the big fields, horses run into trouble in the Kentucky Derby. Always. → Read More

Like it is WALLY HALL: Rockets show glimpse of why they're scary

Until Monday night, to start the second half to be exact, the Houston Rockets did not look like the team that was going to knockoff powerhouse Golden State and make it to the NBA Finals. → Read More

Like it is College kickoffs closer to getting the boot

When the NCAA adopted the new rule that teams can fair catch a kickoff inside the 25, it set off a fiery debate that is the beginning of the end for kickoffs. → Read More

Like it is Red-White game worth price of admission

It is #free. → Read More

Like It Is WALLY HALL: After trivia, time to move on to Final Four

Admittedly, it would have been more fun if yesterday's column had included the answers to the 20 trivia questions about the NCAA Tournament, but it didn't so here they are: → Read More

Like it is WALLY HALL: Trivia merely an appetizer to Final Four

March Madness starts with one of the greatest weeks in all of college sports, and then the NCAA Tournament slowly gets more anticlimactic with each round. → Read More

Like it is Final Four to put power of prayer to test

Apparently, the NCAA thinks there should be at least four places different in its tournament's seeding for there to be an upset, so the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville's loss to Butler was not officially an upset. → Read More

Like It Is Plenty more excitement left in tournament

No one could have scripted this year's NCAA Tournament excitement, entertainment and untimely exits that have set up one of the wildest Sweet 16s in history. → Read More

Like it is Loss to Tennessee doesn't uproot Arkansas' seed

Tennessee had an unbelievable first half, powering to a 48-29 lead and coasting home with an 84-66 win over Arkansas. → Read More

Like it is Razorbacks survive droughts, hear hog calls

Normally, the one consistent at the SEC Tournament is that Kentucky is going to have the most fans, not only at their games but at all the sessions. → Read More

Like it is Basketball keeps delivering birthday presents

Most of the past 38 birthdays have been spent in the bowels of a big gym covering conference or NCAA Basketball tournaments. → Read More

Like it is Decide what's fair when there's too many fouls

Sometimes it gets wearisome writing about the basketball officiating, where referees seem to anticipate about as many fouls as those that really happen. → Read More

Like it is UA wastes golden opportunity at Missouri

Michael Porter Jr. has made more headlines than any player in college history who played only two minutes the entire season. → Read More

Like It Is Hogs looking at four seed with a victory

If Arkansas beats Missouri tomorrow in Columbia, Mo., the Razorbacks will be the No. 4 seed in next week's SEC Tournament. → Read More

Like it is WALLY HALL: Scandals do not inhibit Razorbacks' sleep

There is some uneasiness at programs such as Kansas, Duke and Kentucky as the FBI probe into college basketball has shown players, or former players, have had contact with an agent, or a representative of an agent, and received some cash. → Read More