The wintry open line | Arkansas Blog

Monday, February 10, 2014

The wintry open line

Posted By on Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 5:15 PM

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I'll leave you with the latest map from the National Weather Service. (Its LR forecast puts snow by morning about 1.5 inches.) The line is open.

* RAZORBACK BASKETBALL PS: If you been part of the noise about an idea to "retire" a 42 basketball jersey in honor of former First Fan Bill Clinton (Prez 42), it's over. The UA will honor Razorback Final Four teams and the 20th anniversary of the national championship on Saturday. As for Clinton:

In addition, former Arkansas governor and President of the United States, Bill Clinton, will help celebrate the 20th anniversary of the NCAA Championship team. President Clinton attended the NCAA Championship game in Charlotte, NC on April 4, 1994 and will be presented a framed No. 42 jersey as part of the celebration. Clinton was the 42nd President of the United States and the 42nd Governor of the State of Arkansas and is the only sitting President to attend a NCAA Championship game. Former President's Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford each passed on opportunities to watch their home state teams play in the title game while in office.

Nothing to be hung from rafters.

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