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Monday, November 7, 2011

Monday, Monday

Posted By on Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 4:18 PM

Line is open. You're on. The wrapup:

* $9 MILLION MAN: As predicted by an Ole Miss blog and reported here yesterday, Little Rock native Houston Nutt won't see another season as Rebel coach, but he'll add $6 million to his $3 million UA buyout. Good Nutt quote: "They pay you to win." Also, in his case, to lose.

* WHITE POWDER SCARE: 40/29 reports an arrest of a man suspected of sending 30 threatening lettes containing white powder to various people in Siloam Springs.

* 'STIMULUS PACKAGE': A fourth accuser steps forward against Herman Cain. She says he put his hand up her skirt and tried to force her head to his crotch during a car ride. Attorney Gloria Allred, who accompanied the woman, said Cain tried to provide "his idea of a stimulus package."

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