Tyler Cass


Fayetteville, AR, United States

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Arkansas Downs Indiana In Huge Comeback Win

BLOOMINGTON (KFSM) – Arkansas ended their non-conference slate with a bang, going into Indiana and beating the Hoosiers 71-64. It was the first loss at assembly hall for Indiana all season, and moves the Razorbacks to 11-1 in Eric Musselman’s first season. The game was billed as a battle of styles, the Hogs speed and skill clashing with Indiana’s size and strength. The Hoosiers built a 38-33… → Read More

Deon Stewart Arrested In Sharp County

Sharp County, Ark. (KFSM) – Arkansas wide receiver Deon Stewart was arrested Saturday (Dec. 28) morning in Sharp County, accused of driving while intoxicated and driving left of center. The Sharp County Jail confirmed that Stewart has been released with a pending court date. Stewart missed the 2019 season with a torn ACL, after racking up 53 catches and two touchdowns in his first three seasons.… → Read More

Nick Starkel Leaving Arkansas Football Program

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KFSM) — Quarterback Nick Starkel has announced that he will be ending his college football career at Arkansas. Starkel announced on Twitter Friday (Dec. 13) that after talking with new head coach Sam Pittman, he has made the decision to play football elsewhere. > Thank you to everyone who has believed in me this far! The fight isn’t over yet! pic.twitter.com/MSD1FvUvD3 —… → Read More

FUL INTERVIEW: Morris Embarrassed By Loss, Calls For Accountability

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) - Arkansas head coach Chad Morris meets with the media Monday. → Read More

O’Grady To Miss Time With Injury

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) - Arkansas football could open the season missing one of its biggest offensive weapons. Tight End Cheyenne O'Grady announced on Twitter Tuesday night that he suffered a "minor setback" during practice and will have surgery Wednesday. He says he should be back "in a few weeks." > For those of you who thought this was behavior related, that’s not the case. Had a very minor… → Read More

SEC Media Days: Chad Morris Excited For Year Two

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Diamond Hogs Fall To Texas

AUSTIN, TX (KFSM) – Going into Wednesday night, Arkansas baseball had won five straight games against Texas, and at first looked well on their way to a sixth before falling 7-6. Arkansas jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second, thanks to a pair of RBI singles from Jacob Nesbit and Christian Franklin, along with some questionable fielding from the Longhorns. Texas loaded the bases in the third,… → Read More

Family’s Annual Giving To First Responders More Personal This Year After Accident

NORTHWEST ARKANSAS — Just six days ago, the Rea family was involved in a car accident right down the road from Rogers Fire Station Number 2. Now, on Christmas Day, they’re showing their gratitude for the first responders. → Read More

Rebels Rally Past Razorbacks In Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK (KFSM) — Arkansas looked to be on the verge of their first SEC win in nearly a whole calendar year, only to have it all come crumbling down. The Razorbacks led most of the game, but Ole Miss drove the ball 97 yards in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter to take the lead. Arkansas got the ball back with 35 seconds left, but the last gasp fell short with a Cole Kelley… → Read More

Chad Morris Breaks Down First Day Of Fall Practice

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) - Arkansas head coach Chad Morris addressed the media Friday following the first day of fall camp. → Read More

Gentry Building Towards Success

GENTRY (KFSM) - Paul Ernest understands the practical limitations the Gentry Pioneers are working with year in and year out. "We’re realistic about where we’re at and who we are and what we’re trying to do," explains the coach. But what he's trying to do goes beyond winning just a couple more games each year. "We're trying to make a change in the culture," explains Ernest, entering his fourth… → Read More

Hogs Picked To Finish Last In SEC West

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – The annual SEC media preseason polls were released Friday, and Arkansas was picked to finish in last place in the SEC West. Alabama was first in the predictions, followed by Auburn, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, LSU, Ole Miss, and the Razorbacks. Arkansas received 412 points (a first place vote is worth seven points, a seventh place vote is worth one point), well behind… → Read More

Brandon Martin Unlikely To Return To Razorbacks This Year

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – Amidst all the hoopla at SEC Media Days in Atlanta, many noticed yesterday that Brandon Martin had been removed from the football roster. Tuesday, Chad Morris confirmed that the wide receiver was unlikely to return to the team this season, saying “I do not see that happening.” Martin came in to Arkansas with a lot of hype at the start of last season. He was ranked the… → Read More

WATCH: Razorback Football Coach Chad Morris At SEC Media Days

Arkansas Football Coach Takes Center Stage In Atlanta → Read More

FULL INTERVIEW: Dave Van Horn Reacts To Postponement

OMAHA, Neb. (KFSM)--After it was announced that Arkansas and Texas Tech would be moved to 11 a.m. on Wednesday morning, head coach Dave Van Horn spoke to the media and gave his thoughts about the decision to move the game back. → Read More

Rutledge Announces Decision To Transfer

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) – Arkansas freshman pitcher Jackson Rutledge announced on Twitter Wednesday that he will be leaving the Arkansas baseball program. The 6’8 right hander will continue his baseball career at San Jacinto College, a junior college in Houston, Texas. The Hogs had high hopes for the big man to start the season. While projecting him as a possible future ace, Van Horn chose to… → Read More

Arkansas Softball Finds Fun In Historic Season

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) -- The Arkansas softball team has put together their best season in years, already winning more games at Bogle Park than any other Razorback team (for more on that, click here). And as senior Tori Cooper will tell you, the play on the field is just a part of the story. "This is literally the most fun team I've ever played for." "They have a lot of fun," admits head coach… → Read More

Arkansas Baseball Dominates Dayton

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM)– For the second day in a row, Arkansas baseball did whatever they wanted against an overmatched Dayton Flyer squad, winning 11-0. The game was scoreless until the third when the Caseys struck, as Martin singled an Opitz scored from second. Freshman Heston Kjerstad brought in another with a sacrifice fly later in the inning. On the mound, Hunter Milligan got the start, and… → Read More

Bielema’s Final Season Beset By Injuries

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) — After yet another loss, Bret Bielema approached the podium in the bowels of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. “Injury-wise, we’re just piecing it together, unfortunately.” That’s Bret Bielema’s final season summed up with a sound bite, a head-shake, and a sad laugh. That followed a fourth quarter loss to a ranked Mississippi State team, in which Arkansas was reduced to… → Read More