Posted December 06, 2012 on arkansasstate.scout.com
PLAYERS: Bobby Petrino
With the abrupt departure of Coach Gus Malzahn, Arkansas State athletic administration is conducting it’s second straight coaching search in the last two years. AStateNation will spend the next few days looking at some of the possible coaching candidates that could be the next Head Football Coach at Arkansas State. Go "Inside" to learn more about Bobby Petrino.
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