Found February 08, 2013 on With Leather:
Remember back in September when that weird Arkansas Razorbacks fan put on a pig helmet, strapped some tape to her nose a la Pee-wee Herman in Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and sang a Razorback-themed version of Brotherhood Of Man’s ‘United We Stand?’ Okay, you probably don’t remember ALL of it, but you remember the lady in the pig helmet.Anyway, in celebration of signing day, said lady (YouTube user LIZHONEY2U) has uploaded a cover of Johnny Nash’s ‘I Can See Clearly Now.’ Her reason:Great job recruiting, Coach Beilema!!!! Alex Collins, whew!!!“Whew” is one of the many words I’d use to describe this video. I’d also include the sentence, “if you can afford a novelty Razorbacks helmet and button, why are you recording your YouTube videos with a toaster.”I hope Arkansas has a terrible season, just to see if she’ll do a cover of ‘Gloomy Sunday.’[h/t to Dr. Saturday]The post The Arkansas Razorbacks Pig Helmet Karaoke Housewife Is Back appeared first on With Leather.

Arkansas recruit finally signs but family issues continue

A day after his mother confiscated his National Letter of Intent and ran off with it, Fort Lauderdale running back Alex Collins has finally signed with the Arkansas Razorbacks. What should be the conclusion of a bizarre signing day story may just be beginning though. On Wednesday, National Signing Day for college football around the country, Collins was prepared to submit his...
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