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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | January 17, 2002
I was surprised when Razorbacks Raw Bar and Grill in Canton closed last spring. It served the kinds of foods Baltimoreans love - ribs and seafood - and it did them well. It turns out that Razorbacks didn't close for good; it was merely relocating. The restaurant has reopened where Fisherman's Wharf used to be in the Dulaney Valley Shopping Center in Towson. The new space is about twice as large as the Canton Razorback's was. Chef Andrea Prezioso is still running the kitchen and turning out the ribs, pancetta-wrapped grilled shrimp, seared tuna and cedar-planked salmon the Canton restaurant was known for. Dinner entrees are priced from $9.95 to $24.95.
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From Sun staff reports | December 29, 2012
Tianna Hawkins had 20 points off 9-for-9 shooting from the field, and the No. 9 Maryland women's basketball team cruised to a 76-36 victory against Brown in the opening round of the Terrapin Classic on Friday. Hawkins has created matchup problems for most opponents this season, and she wasted little time establishing her dominance against the Bears, as she scored 16 of her 20 points in the first half. Alyssa Thomas had 16 points and Katie Rutan added 11 points for the Terrapins (9-2)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | March 26, 1995
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It became a buyer's market for tickets to today's Midwest Regional final when No. 1 seed Kansas was ousted by Virginia, 67-58, in Friday's semifinals.Even if the Jayhawks, who reside 40 miles away in Lawrence, had advanced, there is one Razorbacks fan who wouldn't have any difficulty getting into Kemper Arena. President Clinton, who saw Arkansas' last three NCAA tournament games a year ago, has yet to watch the Razorbacks this season, and the rumor is that he might be here today.
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By Chris Eckard and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2011
The Next Level is a weekly Recruiting Report feature that focuses on natives of Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County who appear on NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision rosters. Chris Eckard, a senior at the University of Maryland and Baltimore Sun sports department intern, is your author. At 5-10 and 255 pounds, Arkansas junior fullback Kiero Small (Cardinal Gibbons) has one purpose for the No. 3 Razorbacks: to bulldoze.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | March 24, 1995
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Everyone who picked Arkansas in his NCAA pool will be glad to know that Nolan Richardson and the Razorbacks are getting testy again.Last year, Arkansas ended the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation, forward Corliss Williamson was named the Southeastern Conference Player of the Year and Richards received several Coach of the Year honors, but he somehow convinced his players that the Razorbacks weren't respected.Now, it seems that no one -- at least outside Fayetteville and the White House -- wants to applaud Arkansas' becoming only the third defending champion in the last decade to get to the Sweet 16.Instead, everyone wants to know about the desire of the first NCAA champion in nearly 30 years to return every starter.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | March 26, 1993
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Its supporters say Arkansas is just the kind of team that can give North Carolina fits -- quick, athletic, unpredictable.But its detractors claim Arkansas is lucky to be here. That the Razorbacks don't have a leader, and don't have a chance against a rumbling Tar Heels juggernaut favored by many to win it all.Coach Nolan Richardson understands the non-believers as the no-name Razorbacks prepare to take their "Forty Minutes of Hell" up against top-seeded North Carolina in the East Regional semifinals tonight at the Meadowlands.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 22, 1991
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Since blowing a second-half lead to Duke in the semifinals of the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament last year in Denver, the University of Arkansas basketball team has been determined to get another chance at the Final Four.The Razorbacks are one game -- or "40 minutes of hell," as they like to say -- away from that goal.With an impressive second half last night at the Charlotte Coliseum, Arkansas blew away future Southeastern Conference opponent Alabama, 93-70, to advance into tomorrow's regional final.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | March 21, 1993
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Arkansas didn't give St. John's "40 Minutes of Hell" yesterday in the NCAA East Regional at Joel Memorial Coliseum.Just five minutes of misery was enough.The fourth-seeded Razorbacks trailed virtually the entire game, but East Regionaleventually they wore out point guard David Cain and the Redmen for an 80-74 victory that earned them a shot at North Carolina, the region's top seed.And Nolan Richardson, Arkansas' ebullient coach, already has thrown down the gauntlet: "I would hate to play Arkansas if I was a team that had a chance to win the national championship," he said.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | November 16, 1994
The "D" word was heard last season, before Rasheed Wallace and the rest of North Carolina's freshman class didn't show the proper respect for the seniors, causing the Tar Heels to flunk chemistry and get bounced by Boston College in the second round of the NCAA tournament."
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | March 18, 1991
ATLANTA -- Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson talks about his players giving their opponents "40 minutes of pure hell," with their tenacious press and depth.But yesterday, the second-ranked Razorbacks got a little taste of hell themselves from a bunch of Devils.After running off eight points in the first 45 seconds of their NCAA Southeast Regional second-round game against the Arizona State Sun Devils, the Razorbacks watched Arizona State run right back at them, threatening to upset the regional's top-seeded team.
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August 18, 2010
Capper to poor decision Mike Bianchi Orlando Sentinel Isn't the Arkansas radio reporter who got fired for wearing a University of Florida cap into Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino's news conference actually better off? Now when somebody asks her where she works, she doesn't have to turn red and answer sheepishly, "Hog Sports Radio. " But I digress. How far should partisan broadcasters go to support their team? Well, if you are directly paid by the team (like college and NFL play-by-play broadcasters)
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By ROCH KUBATKO | January 10, 2008
College basketball Arkansas@Auburn 9 p.m. [ESPN2] It's slim pickings for sports fans tonight, but Arkansas' John Pelphrey will coach his first game in the Southeastern Conference, as the Razorbacks (11-3) travel to Auburn (9-3). Arkansas began the season ranked in the Top 25 but lost two of its past four games before defeating Baylor on Saturday night, 85-78. Auburn coach Jeff Lebo is asking fans to wear white T-shirts as part of the university's White-Out promotion, which is intended to display unity and perhaps leave the Razorbacks disoriented.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,Sun reporter | October 14, 2006
Arkansas, an unranked team that rose to No. 17 with a 27-10 win over then-No. 2 Auburn last weekend, seems to be taking its cues from the 2002 and 2003 teams rather than the past two. By not looking ahead, the Razorbacks (4-1) have lifted themselves from a season-opening shellacking from Southern California to their stunning triumph over the Tigers. That's something the team hopes to continue, not only in its quest for a title in the Southeastern Conference, but also in today's game against apparently overmatched Division I-AA Southeast Missouri State.
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September 14, 2003
Heisman stock Rising: Michigan RB Chris Perry: 177 total yards, 4 TDs Rising: N.C. State QB Philip Rivers: 36-52-315, 4 TDs Top performers Ben Roethlisberger, Miami (Ohio) QB: 28-37-353, 3 TDs Jamaal Brimmer, UNLV S: fumble ret. TD, 2 INT, 2 sacks Upset of the day Arkansas 38, No. 6 Texas 28: N The Razorbacks ended the Longhorns' 20-game home winning streak.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | February 17, 2002
Razorback's Food: ** 1/2 stars Service: *** stars Atmosphere: ** stars Where: Dulaney Valley Shopping Center, Towson Hours: Open every day for lunch and dinner Prices: Appetizers, $5.95-$9.95; main courses, $9.95-$24.95 Call: 410-821-9550 The new Razorback's Raw Bar & Grill in Towson fills a particular niche: It offers ribs for yuppies. This is not a bad thing unless you're a purist about your barbecue - that is, if you believe that real barbecue can only come from a shack with a woodpile out back.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | January 17, 2002
I was surprised when Razorbacks Raw Bar and Grill in Canton closed last spring. It served the kinds of foods Baltimoreans love - ribs and seafood - and it did them well. It turns out that Razorbacks didn't close for good; it was merely relocating. The restaurant has reopened where Fisherman's Wharf used to be in the Dulaney Valley Shopping Center in Towson. The new space is about twice as large as the Canton Razorback's was. Chef Andrea Prezioso is still running the kitchen and turning out the ribs, pancetta-wrapped grilled shrimp, seared tuna and cedar-planked salmon the Canton restaurant was known for. Dinner entrees are priced from $9.95 to $24.95.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | March 28, 1994
DALLAS -- They arrived here as the second-ranked team in the nation and the top seed in the Midwest Regional, but there was this Rodney Dangerfield complex among the Arkansas Razorbacks going into yesterday's game against Michigan."
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | February 6, 1998
Sunday Adebayo fought City Hall and won.Growing up in Benin City, Nigeria, Adebayo never heard that American axiom about bureaucracies. You're not supposed to take on the NCAA. But that's what he did to rejoin Arkansas. Adebayo was kicked off the Razorbacks' roster by the NCAA two years ago, played for Memphis last season and is back with No. 14 Arkansas, an unprecedented series of transfers."I can't describe a situation that comes remotely close to this," said David Berst, who oversees enforcement for the NCAA.
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By Kathryn Higham and Kathryn Higham,Special to the Sun | March 4, 1999
Razorback's Raw Bar & Grill is something of a rarity. It turns out food that tastes as good as or better than the menu describes it. It also looks as stylish as the photos in some glossy culinary magazine and isn't overpriced.Yup, you'll think you died and went to hog heaven at this Canton eatery, and not just for those reasons. Pigs are everywhere at Razorback's, where ribs are the house specialty and the house lager, brewed by Clipper City, is called the Razorback Hogwash. For the porcine-impaired, a razorback is a wild hog, depicted in a cartoon mural here lounging with a martini on a hammock surrounded by fish bones.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1998
Lindsay Waxler has taken many trips to play soccer. But when her University of Arkansas team boards the plane today in Fayetteville, she knows this one will be special.She's coming home.The Wilde Lake high school graduate and her Arkansas teammates play at 7 p.m. tomorrow at UMBC and again at 7 p.m. Sunday at Navy."There's going to be a lot of people there that haven't seen me play in college," said Waxler, a senior majoring in therapeutic recreation. "It will be great to look up in the stands and see them all. It's going to be a fun atmosphere.
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