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Sunday, May 11, 2008

And furthermore re Petrino ...

Posted By on Sun, May 11, 2008 at 10:02 AM


In the previous item, I mentioned that the richly paid UA football coach Bobby Petrino would be moonlighting at one of those motivational seminars at Alltel Arena this summer.

Here's the background. Re Petrino: "In his dynamic session he will share his personal game plan to help you lead your team to victory!"

Please note the use of a Razorback logo as a means of identifying one of the speakers. Do you think the University's zealously guarded copyrighted logo is being used to promote a private venture? I do. Do you think the Hog legal guardians would allow someone else to do this? I don't.

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