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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Mustain matters

Posted By on Thu, Oct 25, 2007 at 6:51 AM

Here's a link to the Morning News' account of Mitch Mustain's FOI request at UAF. What's it all about? Hogologists will have to explain beyond the obvious -- payback. I'd comment that now-USC Quarterback Mustain's attorney shouldn't  be brimming with confidence about receiving a wholly honest response from high UAF officials, based on my own experience. Finally, does it seem to you that there's a general belief that there will be a new football coach in Fayetteville next year? Or am I just listening to the wrong talk shows?

ALSO: If you just can't get enough of the soap opera, a reader provides a helpful ink to a website with every scrap of information you'd ever want on the Nutt saga The e-mail chronicles make pretty good (bad) reading, if you have the time,

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