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Arkansas to play Florida State in Super Regional

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - When Arkansas went to the College World Series in 2004, the Razorbacks beat Florida State to get there. Arkansas will have to go through the Seminoles again to reach the tournament this year.

Arkansas had a dismal end to the regular season, winning only 1 of their last nine games. But the Razorbacks picked up their level of play in the Southeastern Conference tournament and stayed in the winner's bracket as they won the regional at Oklahoma.

The Seminoles (45-16) enter the super regional with some momentum, too. They beat Ohio State 37-6 on Sunday while the Razorbacks (37-22) were dismissing the Sooners 11-0.

Florida State will host the regional, which starts Friday.

Arkansas G Britt suspended after arrest

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas guard Marcus Britt has been suspended indefinitely by the team after he was arrested over the weekend for allegedly driving while intoxicated.

The Times-Herald newspaper of Forrest City reported yesterday that Britt was charged with first-offense DWI, driving with a suspended license, no insurance, failure to appear and running a stop sign.

Britt averaged 3.7 points per game last season.

Arkansas backup lineman arrested for theft

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas backup defensive lineman Lavunce Askew has been arrested for allegedly stealing a laptop computer and has been indefinitely suspended from the team.

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported yesterday that Askew was charged Saturday with theft. Police say the laptop is valued at $1,300 and was taken from a Fayetteville residence. A police report says Askew acknowledged taking the computer.

Razorbacks spokesman Kevin Trainor confirmed that Askew, a sophomore from Camden Fairview, is suspended.

Andrews to enter Hogs' Hall of Honor

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Former Arkansas offensive lineman Shawn Andrews is 1 of 8 new entries this year to the Razorbacks' Hall of Honor.

Andrews joins football players Richard Bell, Ron Calcagni and Billy Joe Moody, along with track standouts Veronica Campbell-Brown and Alistair Craig, basketball player Jim Counce and tennis coach Tom Pucci.

The official induction is September 18th in Springdale.

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