FAYETTEVILLE, Ark . — Welcome to SEC Country’s daily Arkansas Borderline Erotic podcast, the most-listened-to Razorbacks podcast in the country. In this episode, John Nabors is joined by Trent Shadid as they look at the progress Arkansas has made in hiring an athletic director and football coach.
SEC Country launched the Borderline Erotic Podcast on Aug. 29, 2016. It is named after the way coach Bret Bielema described how he felt after Arkansas defeated Texas in the 2014 Texas Bowl.
Here is the rundown of the topics discussed in the 310th episode of the Borderline Erotic Podcast:
Arkansas is doing just fine in its coaching search
Nabors started the podcast with Shadid by discussing how the Razorbacks are handling their search for a football coach and athletic director. Arkansas announced on Tuesday that it had hired search firms to assist them with vetting candidates for both positions. Many people felt like this was a sign of incompetence by the university. But firms could be hired for different reasons besides finding a candidate. It shouldn’t concern Razorbacks fans that the University of Arkansas decided to go this route. It doesn’t matter how they hire them, only who they hire. If the Hogs end up getting home-run hires for coach and AD, the way they got them won’t matter.
Nonsense: Darren McFadden retires from the NFL
In the nonsensical part of the podcast, Nabors brings up the nonsensical story of the greatest Razorbacks football player of all time retiring.
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