October 10, 2006

McFadden is Top Hawg































Member Voting





Darren McFadden - 53.0%



Ernest Mitchell - 25.6%




Jamaal Anderson - 13.7%



Keith Jackson - 4.3%



Felix Jones - 3.4%








2006 Top Hawgs






Week 1: Chris Houston



Week 2: Darren McFadden



Week 3: Mitch Mustain



Week 4: Randy Kelly



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HawgSports.com

Top Hawg








Darren McFadden


6-2, 212 ~ Sophomore
Tailback
Little Rock, Ark.



Darren McFadden has been voted Top Hawg by the subscribers of HawgSports.com

after the Razorbacks' impressive 27-10 stomping of previously undefeated No. 2 Auburn on national television.


McFadden had a game-changing performance late in the second quarter when he dashed 63 yards up the gut to put the Hogs ahead 17-10. He finished with 28 carries for 145 yards and a touchdown in the win. With the performance, he vaulted to the nation's No. 3 running back in the Rivals.com Power Rankings.


McFadden is in his second season as the starter for the Razorbacks. Coming off first-team All-SEC honors last season, he is off to a fantastic start in leading the SEC with 554 rushing yards, leading with 110.8 yards per game and leading in touchdowns with four, and he only had nine carries against USC because he was coming off a toe injury.





























HawgSports.com will post a poll with our five nominations for

Top Hawg on The Razor's Edge shortly after each game. The poll will be left in place

until Monday morning. Each week's Top Hawg will be announced Monday afternoon.
































Member Voting





Randy Kelly - 68.4%



Antwain Robinson - 11.8%




Felix Jones - 9.2%



Jamaal Anderson - 6.7%



Darren McFadden 4.0%








2006 Top Hawgs






Week 1: Chris Houston



Week 2: Darren McFadden



Week 3: Mitch Mustain



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HawgSports.com

Top Hawg








Randy Kelly


6-0, 185 ~ Senior
Strong Safety
Brandenton, Fla.



Randy Kelly has been voted Top Hawg by the subscribers of HawgSports.com

after the Razorbacks' thrilling 24-23 double overtime week four home win over the University of Alabama.


Kelly made a game changing play when he scooped up an Antwain Robinson forced fumble on Bama quarterback John Parker Wilson and dashed 39 yards for a touchdown. It was the first turnover recovery for the Razorbacks on the season. In addition to that, Kelly played an oustanding game in logging 13 tackles.


Kelly is in his third year starting, and he has logged time at both strong and free safety. He came on extremely well towards the end of last season, but he has not played up to that form so far this season until the Razorbacks hosted the Crimson Tide. Kelly was a three-star recruit out of Coffeyville Community College.



























HawgSports.com will post a poll with our five nominations for

Top Hawg on The Razor's Edge shortly after each game. The poll will be left in place

until Monday morning. Each week's Top Hawg will be announced Monday afternoon.
































Member Voting





Mitch Mustain - 59.8%



Marcus Monk - 22.8%




London Crawford - 6.5%



Chris Houston - 6.5%



Felix Jones - 4.4%








2006 Top Hawgs






Week 1: Chris Houston



Week 2: Darren McFadden



Week 3: Mitch Mustain



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HawgSports.com

Top Hawg








Mitch Mustain


6-3, 208 ~ Freshman
Quarterback
Springdale, Ark.



Mitch Mustain has been voted Top Hawg by the subscribers of HawgSports.com

after the Razorbacks' 21-19 week three win over Vanderbilt University.


Mustain finished the game 13-for-20 passing (65 percent) for 224 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. He registered a 198.6 passer rating on the day and completed passes of 56, 41 and 41 yards. Mustain also did a better job of managing the offense against a tougher opponent without busted plays or bobbled handoffs.


Mustain was a five-star recruit, rated the nation's No. 10 overall prospect. So far, he is living up to his billing, and he picked up SEC Freshman of the Week and Rivals.com National Freshman of the Week honors for his outstanding showing in his first road start.



























HawgSports.com will post a poll with our five nominations for

Top Hawg on The Razor's Edge shortly after each game. The poll will be left in place

until Monday morning. Each week's Top Hawg will be announced Monday afternoon.
































Member Voting





Darren McFadden - 88.1%



Sam Olajubutu - 4.9%




Peyton Hillis - 3.0%



Jacob Skinner - 3.0%



Matterral Richardson - 1.5%








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HawgSports.com

Top Hawg








Darren McFadden


6-2, 212 ~ Sophomore
Tailback
Little Rock, Ark.



Darren McFadden has been voted Top Hawg by the subscribers of HawgSports.com

after the Razorbacks' 20-0 week two win over Utah State University.


McFadden led the Razorbacks with 20 carries for 184 yards and two touchdowns, including a career long 72-yarder. He is coming off a serious injury to his left big toe. McFadden says he is still the same in terms of percentage of health, but he is getting used to simply dealing with and accepting the pain of playing with the injury.


There were high hopes for McFadden entering the season, and there was much concern after the injury, but he played in the first game to the surprise of most. He can take it to the house on any given play.



























HawgSports.com will post a poll with our five nominations for

Top Hawg on The Razor's Edge shortly after each game. The poll will be left in place

until Monday morning. Each week's Top Hawg will be announced Monday afternoon.














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