Found August 03, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
A true Wild Hog. In the wake of Bobby Petrino's joyride gone awry, Arkansas has had one of the more eventful offseasons of any college football program in the country. Even with Petrino banished from Hogland, Arkansas will start the season at No. 10 in the Coaches Poll. We caught up with Razorbacks diehard Jordan Stuckey of The Sports Dumpster for his take on what to expect in Fayetteville this fall. 1. Who would've thought Bobby Petrino had it in him? Stuckey: I don't know if anyone thought Bob Petrino would find himself in a situation like this one. There are a lot of ways coaches end up leaving universities - but no one saw something like this happening. Someone in a high-profile position like he was is usually more susceptible to having affairs - but this one went a step further. I'm surprised by the incident - but not his raw, sexually uninhibited nature. 2. What is the biggest positive in the switch to John L. S...
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