Found January 13, 2012 on Friends of the Program:
PLAYERS: Mitch Mustain
TEAMS: USC Trojans
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It’s not quite the epic search for Bigfoot, but documentarians in Northwest Arkansas ventured into the woods anyway to find one of the local creatures of myth and legend alive and well…and firing off several rounds of ammunition into various inanimate objects.  A company called Incognito Mosquito Flicks is touting their documentary of former Arkansas and USC quarterback Mitch Mustain, which follows Mustain in his current search for his life after football.  It’s a bit of an odd trailer, as it shows a couple of clips of him playing at Arkansas, then cuts to him driving and shooting guns…a lot of guns.  Perhaps he’s just letting off steam, or exploring a new hobby, but should he up and shave himself bald and get a tattoo of a UPC code on his head, then Houston Nutt may want to watch his back. Mitch Mustain is a Contract Killer Now, or Something is brought to you by Friends of the Program - Sports and Culture...All Under the Table Of Course
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