Found December 05, 2012 on Midwest Sports Fans:
I don’t know what’s more shocking: Wisconsin’s utter domination of Nebraska in the Big Ten Championship on Saturday, or the news that Bret Bielema will leave the Badgers after 7 seasons to become the head coach at Arkansas. Last week I remember seeing Bielema’s name mentioned on the Internet in a discussion about the Arkansas coaching vacancy, but I dismissed it as nothing more than a silly rumor. I figured the chances of him going to Arkansas or anywhere else for that matter were about as likely as Arkansas actually getting Les Miles to leave LSU to coach the Razorbacks. But the world of sports is a funny place, and Bielema is headed for Fayetteville. Bielema’s Underappreciated Madison Tenure Bielema wasn’t always the most popular man in Madison, never being embraced quite like Bo Ryan or Bielema’s predecessor Barry Alvarez. However, I think that some of the comments I’ve seen on the articles reporting his departure are ludicrous. In addition to the trolling Ohio State fans, who c...
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