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Saturday, October 14, 2006

Eye on the Hogs

Posted By on Sat, Oct 14, 2006 at 9:12 AM

Today's NY Times has a sports page feature (by stringer Rainer Sabin, brother of you-know-who) on quarterback Mitch Mustain and Gus Malzahn, the coach whose move from Springdale High to UA cemented Mustain's own recruitment by the Hogs. (Mustain says the joint arrival was just serendipity.)

The article deals with the hot question of who calls the shots on the Hog offense and notes that the Hogs' strength this year has been the run, not the passing attack for which Malzahn is best known.


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