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Sunday, November 18, 2012

The football open line

Posted By on Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 7:58 AM

Now THAT was a football game.
  • DREAMING ABOUT HOG COACHES: Now THAT was a football game.

Did anybody else snort at the headlines that the Hogs' loss to Mississippi State yesterday ended their bowl hopes?

As if ...

Jim Harris Twittered last night that Arkansas State would be a sure winner over Arkansas this year. That's not so remarkable. What's remarkable is that, best I can tell, no Hogaholic was heard calling for Harris' scalp.

I guess it's too much to dream that coaches at Stanford or Vanderbilt might want to coach in Arkansas.

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