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Thursday Hodge Podge: Arkansas Razorback, SEC, News and Notes

Razorback ExpatsSenior Analyst IDecember 19, 2008

No More Dicks or Nutts

Nathan Dick has decided to transfer, thus clearing the way for Ryan Mallett’s ascendancy to glory. Internet smartasses are already mourning the lack of easy Hog-related double entendres.


Speaking of Transfers

Montrell McDonald, we hardly knew ye.


It’s Hard Out There for a Pimp

I’m sure that being the Ole Miss basketball coach carries its share of stresses, but shouting racial slurs at a cabdriver and then punching him is probably not the most constructive way to deal with them. The Red Solo Cup has breaking details here and here.


What Do Bloggers Know Anyway?

The same folks who brought you the weekly SEC Power Poll have conspired to bring you a postseason conference all-star team, and it contains exactly zero Arkansas players (confession: we didn’t vote). If you’re curious to see who beat out our fine young men, check out the offensive and defensive selections.


Apparently Half the Team Just Wanted to Follow the Dead

New theory on why Indiana’s bball collapsed late last season (and subsequently got whipped by the Razorbacks): rampant drug use.



For my money, Dr. Saturday is pretty much the best all-purpose college football blog out there (plus they have the good taste to link to us). To see what I’m talking about, check out this flat-out hilarious post about the father-son dynamics between Lane and Monte Kiffin over at Tennessee.

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