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razorback

[′rā·zər‚bak]
(geology)
A sharp, narrow ridge.
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we all have a sweet spot in our heart for the Razorbacks," said Sites, who spent his childhood in Little Rock.
He selected the Razorbacks over scholarship offers from several schools, counting Auburn and Alabama.
Kevin Racal played a key role for the Razorbacks, who arranged a semifinals date with defending champion NLEX on Tuesday, with 15 points while Jansen Rios and Alex Austria chipped in 12 and 10 points, respectively, as all three shone while coming off-the-bench.
Keeping the ball primarily on the ground, the Razorbacks drove from their own 28 to the Nashoba 36.
Since the early 1980s, nearly 1 million bonytail and 12 million small razorback suckers have been stocked into the river.
The Razorbacks remind USC of a Pacific-10 Conference team it faced three times this season.
Flamarique and a colleague anesthetized seven razorbacks, moved their eyeballs to the rolled position, and dipped them in the Colorado River.
We learned that razorbacks live on the bottom of the river where they eat zooplankton, bugs, and river bottom ooze off the rocks and mud.
I wanted nothing more than to lead cheers for my Razorbacks in front of 50,000 fans, but I'd never tried out.
When the Razorbacks advanced to the Final Four, the Times announced the victory with towering headlines, generating a record-breaking single-copy sales increase of 176%.
McDonnell won 40 national championships with the Razorbacks, while Richardson led Arkansas to the 1994 national championship in men's basketball.