As Long Looks, Louisville's Strong Says He's Fine Where He Is

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  • Arkansas Athletic Director Jeff Long continues to evaluate his options for a new football coach. All options seems to be on the table for Long, but in talking with him last week it seems his preference is to hire an existing college head coach. Here's a look at how the last five hires in the SEC went down.
  • Louisville coach Charlie Strong is one of those names mentioned as a possible successor to John L. Smith. However, Strong (and his current AD) say things are just fine at Louisville, thanks for asking.
  • The Showgram this week, featuring editor Chris Bahn and KNWA/KHOG assistant sports director Adam Alter, focuses on just how monumental this Saturday's game against Auburn will be.
  • Is part of this fall's problems with Arkansas football stemming from Bobby Petrino's recruiting? Contributor Jim Harris takes a look at who's still being productive.
  • Recruiting analyst Otis Kirk checks in on a different set of recruits, the ones getting lobbied by Arkansas baseball coach Dave Van Horn.
  • Speaking of Smith, the Razorback coach has amended his bankruptcy filing, now showing $40.7 million in debt. Last week, his debt was reported as only $25.7 million.
  • Arkansas is scheduled to play Northern Illinois in 2014. That school may sound familiar to your ears as the most recent winner of the Bowl.
  • Former Arkansas linebacker Bret Harris has been arrested and charged with felony terroristic threatening. In a tweet aimed at Razorback athletic trainer Matt Summers, Harris said, "I'm going to kill you."