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Joe Adams Amazing Kickoff Return

by David Tyler Mills

If you were watching the Razorback game this weekend, then you saw one of the best kickoff returns ever!  Arkansas senior wide receiver, Joe Adams, returns a punt for an amazing touchdown run in the Tennessee @ Arkansas matchup on November 12, 2011 to put the Razorbacks up 14-0.  Witness for yourself!

Congratulations to Megan Watts-Pazdera!

by David Tyler Mills

How about those Razorbacks?!  I don’t want to sound superstitious or anything, but I would like to think that our pre-game tailgate this past Friday had a huge impact on the outcome of the game.  With such a great turnout, it was impossible to avoid the Hog Fever at McNaughton Real Estate.  Hamburgers, hotdogs, potato salad, cookie cake, brownies, and sweet tea as far as the eye could see!

“It was good to say the least,” smirked Mrs. Bobbie to me since I was absent due to having my wisdom teeth removed.  What a bummer!

In fact, I heard that everyone had such a good time that Terri decided to make this an annual event.  Talk about adding insult to injury. 

And to rub it in even more, I heard that I didn't even win the two free tickets out of pity.  Instead, congratulations to Megan Watts-Pazdera for winning the 1st Annual McNaughton Razorback Tailgate Free Tickets!

Let me tell you.  Nothing brightens my day more than hearing how great of a time all my co-workers and their clients had this past weekend while I try to keep these two ice packs on my face.  Stupid wisdom teeth…

Two Free Razorback Tickets!

by David Tyler Mills

WE CANNOT WAIT FOR RAZORBACK FOOTBALL!!!  The excitement is too much to bear.   In fact, we are so ecstatic about this season that we are having a tailgate this Friday on September 2nd.  We want to get things started early.  So without further ado, we would like to introduce the 1st Annual Razorback Kickoff Tailgate!

Starting at 11:00, come by for some free all-American food while we call those Hogs!

From 11:00 to 1:00, check in on your Foursquare or Facebook page to collect different prizes while supplies last!

At 1:00, we’ll have a drawing for TWO FREE TICKETS for the first Razorback game for anyone who has tagged themselves in the McNaughton Real Estate Logo Image on our Facebook page, “McNaughton Real Estate.”

To stay up-to-date on any new events, giveaways, homes, or rentals, click the “Like” button our Facebook page “McNaughton Real Estate.”

Woo Pig Sooie!

Razorback Tailgating

by Terri Lynne McNaughton Team
Come out and enjoy tailgating with some members of the McNaughton Team Saturday, September 22nd. Tailgate will start at 10:30. You will find the party in the southeast corner of lot 56B, just north of the Gardens. Be prepared to eat and have lots of fun.

B-2 from Whiteman AFB To Perform Flyover At Kentucky-Arkansas Game

by Terri Lynne McNaughton Team
Fayetteville, AR - An Air Force B-2 aircraft, based at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri, will perform a fly over at the Kentucky-Arkansas football game Saturday following the National Anthem. The 5:00 pm game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Saturday will be televised by ESPN2.

Razorback Tailgating!

by Terri Lynne McNaughton Team

Come visit us supporting the Hogs!   We are tailgating in the South East Corner of Lot 56B next to the Gardens. Come join us for food, drinks, fun and of course our famous Baggo Tournament.


New Head Coach

by Terri Lynne McNaughton Team
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- The University of Arkansas called a news conference Monday to name a new basketball coach and all signs pointed to Creighton's Dana Altman, who was seen at a Nebraska airport getting off a plane registered to Arkansas' athletic boosters' group.

Several news organizations reported that Altman would take the Arkansas post.

Dana Altman has a 343-208 overall record in 18 seasons as a Division I head coach and has led Creighton to seven NCAA Tournament berths in his time as head coach.

School Years Overall NCAAs
Marshall 1990 15-13 None
Kansas State 1991-94 68-54 0-1
Creighton 1995-2007 260-141 2-7

Altman returned to Omaha on Monday and called a 3 p.m. ET meeting with the team, according to's Andy Katz. He is expected to board the plane to return to Fayetteville for a 6 p.m. ET news conference.

Creighton officials were more concerned recently that Altman could be off to Iowa, which is a job he had coveted. But the Hawkeyes never contacted Altman. No one was convinced that Altman was going to Arkansas.

If Altman leaves Creighton, look for Scott Sutton of Oral Roberts, who was a former Bluejays coach who left there to go to Arkansas, as a possible replacement, according to Katz. Sutton is the son of legendary coach Eddie Sutton.

Arkansas officials said they did not have permission to confirm that Altman would replace Stan Heath, who was fired last week after failing to lead the Razorbacks to a single NCAA Tournament victory in five years at the school. Altman has a 2-7 record in the NCAA with the Bluejays.

Altman had been in Atlanta for the Final Four before returning to Omaha, where Creighton is located. Arkansas called a news conference for 6 p.m. ET on Monday on the floor of Bud Walton Arena, a 20,000-seat gymnasium that has seen attendance gradually decline since the Razorbacks won the 1994 national championship.

Creighton officials said they would have no comment on reports linking Altman to the Arkansas job.

Altman was seen getting off the private Arkansas plane around noon Monday and unloading luggage. Several of his assistant coaches also got off the plane with Altman. The plane, with a Razorbacks logo on the side, is registered to the Razorback Foundation.

Altman has taken Creighton to seven NCAA Tournaments in the last 13 years, including twice in the last three years. The Bluejays were the preseason No. 19 team in this year's Associated Press poll. They have had nine consecutive 20-win seasons.

Before joining Creighton, Altman coached at Marshall for one year (1989-90) and at Kansas State for four (1990-94). He has a 260-141 record with the Bluejays.

In his search for a new coach, Arkansas athletic director Frank Broyles said he wanted a proven winner who can take the Razorbacks basketball program back to a prominent national level.

Last week, Arkansas sought permission to talk to Memphis' John Calipari and Texas A&M's Billy Gillispie.

Broyles said Saturday night that a trip to Atlanta, site of this year's Final Four, was productive. "It's clear that many talented and proven head coaches are intrigued by our coaching vacancy," Broyles said.

Heath was hired after taking Kent State to the round of eight in the NCAA tournament in 2002, but that was his first season as a head coach. Heath, fired after five years with the Razorbacks, took Arkansas to the last two tournaments. His teams lost to Bucknell and Southern California in first-round games.

Several other coaches have been subjects of speculation in Arkansas, including Marquette's Tom Crean and former Stanford and Golden State Warriors coach Mike Montgomery.

SEC West Champs!

by Terri Lynne McNaughton Team

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) -- Darren McFadden returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown and Chris Houston scored on an 87-yard interception as No. 5 Arkansas beat Mississippi State 28-14 on Saturday to win the Southeastern Conference Western Division title.

Saturday’s game between the Razorbacks and the Bulldogs marked the 18th meeting between the two schools. The Razorbacks own an 11-5-1 all-time record against Mississippi State and are 8-1 vs. MSU under head coach Houston Nutt.

Arkansas has now won 10 straight games. The streak is the longest since the Razorbacks won 10 consecutive games in 1988. It is also tied with that 1988 team as the fifth-longest winning streak in school history.

Arkansas vs. Tennessee

by Terri Lynne McNaughton Team
One of the most popular college sports shows on television is coming to the University of Arkansas this weekend. ESPN will broadcast its “College GameDay” live from Fayetteville on Saturday, November 11, just hours before the start of the Arkansas-Tennessee football game. We will be Tailgating at lot 56 B Starting at noon. Bring your friends, family, and any food or drink you would like to share. Check back after the game for photo's

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McNaughton Real Estate
4299 W. Persimmon
Fayetteville AR 72704
Fax: 479-442-0948