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Monday, April 9, 2007

A new coach -- and the old one

Posted By on Mon, Apr 9, 2007 at 5:49 AM

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Readers caught this on the open line last night, but here's a place of its own for the widely reported news that John Pelphrey of South Alabama (photo from his playing days at Kentucky 10 or 11 years ago) will be the new basketball coach at UA.

On that topic: Here's a story about Stan Heath's new home. Check out the comment from his wife:

There is something about Stan Heath that gets your adrenalin going. The look in his eyes, the smile on his face, the energy his persona radiates. You can't miss it. His wife Ramona has a similar personality. She is an out-going person who is willing to talk freely about their time in Arkansas.

Ramona said the family will be moving to Tampa immediately and she hopes to have her two sons, Josh and Jordan, enrolled in school next week.

Leaving Fayetteville for Tampa a problem? She made it sound like a no-brainer.

"We want to leave now. There is no point in staying there. It's not good for the kids," she said. "I look forward to living here. There is a lot more culture and diversity than in Fayetteville."

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