Arkansas article on Gus Malzahn:
Malzahn, a walk-on receiver at Arkansas who transferred to Henderson State to finish his playing career, coached at Hughes, Shiloh Christian and Springdale for a combined 14 seasons before breaking into college coaching at Arkansas in 2006. While Malzahn called plays at Arkansas, he didn’t have total control of the offense, as he did at Tulsa and presumably will at Auburn. The 2006 Razorbacks never ran the Spread offense, as Auburn will under Malzahn.
Can’t wait to see it
Each company driver has a card to make purchases for vehicle items such as fuel. Jones had no card for her personal use, the plea agreement said. The card was used to make diesel fuel purchases for RJ Trucking, company owned by Jones and Lee. The card was also used for repairs on cars owned by Jones and her family, court records show. Coogler said Jones’ claim of an agreement between her and the company was out of bounds. “If she isn’t guilty, then she shouldn’t have pleaded guilty,” Coogler said, adding it was too late to re-open the case. Jones’ son, Dominic Lee, was a defensive tackle for Alabama from 2003 to 2006.
Things that make you say, hmmmm.
Who knows where he’ll end up, I sure like this quote though…
“I want a coach that cares about his players,” Seastrunk said. “I am looking for a coach who is going to treat me like my mother did. I want to get the feeling that we are a family. I want to be in a place that feels like home.”