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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Grin and Bear it

Posted By on Sun, Nov 18, 2007 at 8:32 AM

Baylor would be a good fit for Houston Dale. Just saying, in light of this report of team meeting with Baylor's coach, widely expected to be booted. Dallas paper seems to give edge to Mike Singletary, but mentions Nutt. Baylor job or not, solid gold sources continue to insist this is Nutt's final season in Arkansas. But you have to wonder whether an LSU upset and then a bowl win could alter their certitude. 

Big wins wouldn't erase the fact that Nutt would remain damaged goods, stained irreparably by Mustain/text madness, his vindictive inner circle and funny business about his brother's employment. (These are all episodes, it should be noted, that stain his superiors and the university as well.)

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