Nate Allen has been a fixture in the Arkansas media for more than four decades. He with the Springdale News in 1973 covering teams coached by Frank Broyles and Lanny Van Eman.
Favorite Sports: Baseball and Track
Best Sports Memories: Covering Arkansas' national basketball championship in 1994; the 1977 football Razorbacks' epic Orange Bowl upset of Oklahoma; being the lone Arkansas writer to cover John McDonnell's first national championship at the 1984 NCAA Indoor in Syracuse, N.Y.
Favorite Fayetteville Restaurants: Herman's, Jammin' Java, Art's and Restaurant On The Corner.
Education: University of Missouri
HOG CALLS :
UA goes beyond call of duty as track host
A pack of runners round the first turn in the women's 1500 meter run Thursday during the NCAA Division 1 Track & Field West Preliminary track meet at John McDonnell Field in Fayetteville.
If anyone can do a great job hosting a bad track meet, the University of Arkansas achieved it this past week at the NCAA Men's and NCAA Women's West Outdoor Preliminary meets.
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