Found November 07, 2011 on Los That Sports Blog:
  In 10 seasons as head coach at the University of Arkansas Houston Nutt went 75-48 and had the Razorbacks ranked as high as #5 during the 2006 season. That year Arkansas knocked off #2 Auburn and were champs of the SEC’s western division. Nutt took over at Mississippi in 2008. That year the Rebels went 9-4 and beat Texas [...]
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