Hogology -- UPDATE | Arkansas Blog

Friday, February 9, 2007

Hogology -- UPDATE

Posted By on Fri, Feb 9, 2007 at 9:09 AM

[image-1]I have to agree with The Buzz's Tommy Smith. When Wally Hall throws down on the head football coach like he did this morning, it's a watershed event in the Arkansas version of Kremlin watching. For the few hundred thousand who live and breathe Hog football, here's a link to copy and paste.

http://www.nwanews.com/adg/Sports/181358/

And now back to our regularly scheduled programming.

UPDATE: As a reader noted, Houston Dale Nutt called into the show this morning after I tuned out. That conversation is now posted on the radio's website. He didn't like the column much, sounds like. Wally stood by it, but had few responses to Nutt's points. Tommy was the interlocutor.

Didn't we tell you this was big for Hogologists? Arkansas Business has even filed a breaking news report. It will feed the radio chat shows for days. Could be that the coach should have resisted the urge to dial.

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