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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Frank doesn't blink

Posted By on Thu, Jun 21, 2007 at 6:53 PM

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D-G is reporting that Chuck Barrett (I think that's him; he was a lot younger looking last time I saw him. but he'd probably say same about me) is going to be voice of the Hogs. Morning News has it, too, right here and you can link to them, unlike the mean ol' D-G. Question is: What does KATV get for backing off? (For readers from outer space: if you don't know what I'm talking about, scroll on.)

I got no dog in this hunt. Chuck seems fine. (Excitable, but I think that's what you want in a home team "voice.") Inman seemed fine. What did interest me was the notion Frank advanced that Barrett fit best in Northwest Arkansas. I thought that was a touch undiplomatic. It's not the University of Northwest Arkansas. Or is it?

Oh my.

 


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