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Tommy Tuberville Clocks Out

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Tommy Tuberville

Obviously, that whole “a picture says thousand words” is true, especially in the above image. Whether Tommy Tuberville resigned on his own or was bowing to the powers of booster suggestion, one thing’s for sure — the Auburn Tigers need a new football coach.

There is a great deal being written about the “what now” scenarios, while some peculiar replacements are being discussed.

Matt Hinton also has a great breakdown about the situation, one that finds insecure boosters and an ineffective athletic department trying to replace an awfully successful coach who happened to have one subpar year.

Sounds like the Phil Fulmer scenario all over again.

Fear not, Auburn fans. Maybe your new coach’s wife will be hotter than Lane Kiffin’s.

Arkansas Still Needs A Football Coach

Houston NuttSo Razorback fans, how’s that new coach search going? I would like to issue some congratulatory praise after striking out on your first two choices: Tommy Tuberville and Tommy Bowden. Ever since the Razorback governing bodies decided to tell Houston Nutt where to go (you don’t think the resignation was his idea, do you?), the alumni have, much like Marsellus Wallace, been scouring the earth looking for a warm-bodied replacement for the coach that brought Darren McFadden and Felix Jones to Fayetteville.

And much like Wallace’s speech to Butch warned us, it seems like those holding the strings at Arkansas fell victim to pride. What other reason did they have for wanting Nutt to leave? Back-to-back bowl eligible seasons? Recruiting a Heisman-worthy running back who’ll probably be one of the top picks in the NFL draft once he decides to leave? Or how about recruiting his back-up, Felix Jones, a player who would also be getting Heisman consideration if he didn’t play behind McFadden? Are these the removable issues that worried Razorbacks alums and fan alike?

Actually, the were a lot of reasons why the fanbase and the administration were at odds with Coach Nutt, although, I’m not quite sure I can put them in my own words… Let’s see what one of the prominent Razorback bloggers thinks:

We’ve been criticized by some for being too hard on Nutt, but why then, does it seem like everytime we try and write something positive, he makes us regret it? We believed what we wrote after that press conference, but when the dust settled and the money was all counted up, Nutt duped us and countless others.

Don’t spit in our face and tell us it’s frosting.

Woo, Pig! Sooie indeed.

Obviously, Arkansas fans were ready for a change. However, I’m not quite sure what it is they are reaching for. Are they trying to recapture the glory of 1965, something they haven’t done since? Or are they tired of seeing NFL-quality running backs in the Razorbacks’ backfield?

Good luck on your search guys, it sounds like you are going to need it.