Nate Allen has been a fixture in the Arkansas media for more than four decades. He began covering the Razorbacks for 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
Downturn in UA donations not over
University of Arkansas chancellor G. David Gearhart, former women's head basketball coach Tom Collen, men's head basketball coach Mike Anderson and athletics director Jeff Long throw dirt during the official groundbreaking for the new Razorback Basketball Performance Center Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013 in Fayetteville. The 66,000 square foot facility is one of three new facilities for athletes being built on the campus, funded in part by financial donations to the Razorback Foundation.
That gloomy Razorback Foundation ledger that made front-page news in Tuesday's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette might not perk up much in the next fiscal year report.
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