Author: Jay Jeffers

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Jay Jeffers is a sports writer in Dallas, Texas. He covers the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Dallas professional teams - the Cowboys and the Mavericks. He holds a B.A. in philosophy from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and writes about philosophy, culture, and mainly, sports.

The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are such a huge deal that they rival the team itself in terms of fame. We Dem Girlz! You could just as easily use this locution as you could the common cheers for the boys on the field. A new documentary series will explore this cultural force over the summer. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are America’s Sweethearts America’s Sweethearts: The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders will be released on Netflix on June 20. The series is created by Greg Whiteley, the producer and director of Last Chance U, Cheer, New York Doll, and more. The production arrives roughly…

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Jerry Jones will be chronicled in a new 10-part documentary series on Netlfix, the streaming service announced on May 15th. There will be plenty to chronicle. The boy from Arkansas has had quite a life as a college football player, self-made billionaire, and owner of one of the most valuable sports franchises, if not the most valuable sports franchise, in the world. Jerry Jones is the Subject of an Upcoming Netflix Series Netflix has produced a wide range of original documentaries, including Last Chance U, Making a Murderer, and Wild Wild Country.  The series is produced in association with NFL…

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Arkansas Razorbacks is a household name in the state of Arkansas. But in football, the Razorbacks have a brand in need of rehabilitation going into the 2024 season after mediocrity dating back to the early 2010s. 2023 was a losing year and its end was merciful. The Hogs then hired Bobby Petrino as the offensive coordinator which rationalized keeping the head coach, acquired some key recruits from high school and the transfer portal, and had a decent spring practice season. Coach Sam Pittman was encouraged up until then, saying “Hey, we just don’t lose anybody that we have and don’t…

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The Second Bobby Petrino era is underway at the University of Arkansas as the Razorback football team is amid the early days of their 2024 spring practice schedule. Petrino, head coach at Arkansas from 2008-2011, was re-hired by the Hogs after an agonizing 2023 season, this time to lead the offense after more than a decade long absence marked by high-profile stops at Louisville as the head coach and Texas A&M as the offensive coordinator. Enter the 2nd Bobby Petrino Era Petrino’s first tenure at Arkansas was a project in re-building a historic program, leading his teams to three bowl…

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