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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Somebody doesn't like Bobby Petrino

Ouch! ESPN's Pat Forde has an intersting write up today on Bobby Petrino's sudden arrival at Arkansas as the Razorback's new head coach. Forde remembers Petrino at Louisville from his days as a reporter for the Louisville Courier-Journal and has some harsh words on Petrino's annual changes of scenery. It's hard to argue with the fact that Petrino seems to be looking to upgrade his status and paycheck every offseason while continuing to profess his "happiness" with his current job/school. I don't disagree that Petrino's stay in Fayetteville will probably be brief, but on the other hand who can really blame the guy for wanted to get the H out of Atlanta?