Monday, October 18, 2010

We wuz robbed

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The University of Arkansas athletic director, Jeff Long, and head football coach Bobby Petrino respond — with "appropriate decorum" — about the officiating in the Hogs' loss to Auburn Saturday. Concerns have been registered with the SEC.

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