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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Woo Pig

Posted By on Wed, Aug 29, 2007 at 3:07 PM

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Once an Arkie, always a Razorback fan. At least that's the case for John Slater and Stephen Ursery. Work has taken them to other states, but it hasn't reduced their devotion to Hog athletics.

From a distance, then, they've volunteered to blog on the Razorbacks. (As if geographical distance could provide some degree of discernment and emotional separation from Hog devotion.) I said sure. What's an Arkansas website without a blog devoted to the Hogs?

You can always find the link on our blog page, which lists all our house and community blogs. But go here to read Razorback Expats. We had a few technical issues getting them up and running, so the posts are currently running a little behind real time. Go to the bottom and read up.

SPEAKING OF HOG FANS: Thanks to Eric for a link to a Slate article on college football, with a section on Arkansas. We quote:

The Arkansas boards are the most batshit crazy in all the land: Last year, one fan went so far as to FOIA head coach Houston Nutt's phone records to try to get the coach fired.


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