D-Mac to D-Hall? | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, December 27, 2007

D-Mac to D-Hall?

Posted By on Thu, Dec 27, 2007 at 6:21 PM

Darren McFadden, the UA's Heisman runnerup, may not play in the Cotton Bowl, everybody is reporting. Here's KARK's. Already famous for his ride (above), there are now new questions about a new ride, his mother's Cadillac Escalade, the purchase reportedly negotiated by agent and former Hog track star Mike Conley. Those cotton bolls are starting to look at little rotten.

UPDATE: The followup reporting includes Conley's denial that he was involved, that the car was maybe a loaner to McFadden's stepmother that he was allowed to drive to Dallas to see if he might like one himself that coming day when he's in the money.


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