Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Hogs calling Les Miles?

Posted By on Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 6:07 AM

I am in Mumbai, but sober. So I am sure I am not just imagining the Internet is full of talk about a Hog football coaching offer to LSU's Les Miles.

I think I'm with this guy at NOLA. Makes no sense.

Back to my regularly scheduled tandoori pomfret and a big basket of naan.

OFF TOPIC PS: A suggestion for Joe Smith and his coming term as North Little Rock mayor. Send a positive signal to the school district and good government fans everywhere. Announce that the city's stubborn legal losing battle to defend Mayor Hays' midnight TIF district raid on school property taxes is over.

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