Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Tuesday open line FOOTBALL UPDATES

Posted By on Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 5:25 PM

Busy day here. You?

PARTING NOTE: Looks like the Bryant police department found a new reason to use its 25-foot-hydraulic lift. It's guarding the Bryant Walmart during the holiday shopping rush. "Desperate times, people do desperate things," Bryant Police Sgt. Todd Crowson told KARK.

UPDATE: New Hog coach Bret Bielema is bringing his defensive assistant coach at Wisconsin to Arkansas. Chris Ash has been named as the Razorbacks defensive coordinator.

UPDATE II: Everybody is reporting that Bryan Harsin, offensive coordinator at Texas, will be the new head coach at Arkansas State.

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