ArkansasSports360.com: Could the Auburn Win Affect Razorbacks Coaching Search?

by ArkansasSports360.com Staff  on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012 10:31 am  

Today on ArkansasSports360.com:

A Monday report that Arkansas coach John L. Smith had deferred payment of 71 percent of his $850,000 salary, a move that comes under scrutiny following Smith's bankruptcy filing. Arkansas says all contract negotiations with Smith have been consistent with other contracts.

In a twist of fates, could the Razorbacks' win over Auburn later create a situation where both Arkansas and Auburn will be looking for head coaches at the same time? Check in on which coaches are in the Hot Seat.

Paul Finebaum, the popular radio host of a self-titled program, says Jeff Long's next hire could be the most important one to make for a generation. Finebaum appeared yesterday at the Little Rock Touchdown Club.

Auburn is one of five SEC teams still looking for that elusive win in the conference. Do they or any of the other four have a chance to get a positive record before the season's up?

The Houston Texans are mirror reflections of some of those teams, at least in its 5-0 record. Former Arkansas State player and current Texans starting right tackle Derek Newton may be playing a bit part compared to Arian Foster, but we notice him in the latest Pro-Arkansans column.

And the top seven teams in the Associated Press Arkansas high school football poll kept their places this week, even though one of them lost a heart-breaker at home. See how the Top 10 shapes up.

 

 

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