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Monday, December 10, 2012

Hilltopper Open Line

Posted By on Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 5:18 PM

DEAR JEFF: Bret Bielema apparently wrote Jeff Long back in September to tell him that firing Bobby Petrino was "the right call!"

LADY HILLTOPPERS: Most of the Petrino jokes I've seen today are lame. Y'all heard any good ones?

WORLD OF WALMART: Walmart is facing controversy as it tries to expand to India.

GRIFFIN ON GAY MARRIAGE: Arkansas native Chad Griffin, now heading the Human Rights Campaign, on the Supreme Court’s decision to hear the gay-marriage cases.

WHAT HAPPENS IF MEDICARE AGE IS RAISED? Here's a good outline of the practical impact if they end up raising the Medicare eligibility age as part of a "fiscal cliff" bargain.

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