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[15 Nov 2010 | 13 Comments | 3,692 views]
Hey, Ole Miss — still in love with Nutt?

My, how things change.
Just three years ago, Arkansans were described as some of the worst fans in the world. Why? Fans griped regularly about Houston Nutt — the coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks at the time — and were described in the national media as being everything from insane to ungrateful.
The 2007 season, indeed, was contentious. For the most part, the only national press the Razorbacks received centered on disputes between Nutt and allegedly insane Hogs fans. Meanwhile, Nutt turned in another 4-4 SEC record, made it to another minor …

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[21 Sep 2010 | One Comment | 1,528 views]
An historic day for the Razorbacks

After waltzing to a couple of easy wins over two of those “beat ’em up” teams the Razorbacks routinely pad the out-of-conference schedule with, Arkansas started off Southeastern Conference play with a bang by beating Georgia on Saturday, 31-24.
That victory may, in fact, be the most significant win for head coach Bobby Petrino thus far. Why? Before Saturday, Arkansas had only beaten once Georgia since joining the SEC in 1992. That’s right — the Hogs beat Georgia 20-10 back in 1993 when Danny Ford was the head coach and lost …