Found September 21, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
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Jen Bielema was bombarded on Twitter by Wisconsin fans eager to serve her some humble pie following Arkansas’ loss at Rutgers on Saturday. Bielema, whose husband Bret left Wisconsin to become the coach at Arkansas this season, talked some crap about her former school following the Badgers’ loss to Arizona State last weekend. Wisconsin fans […]
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