Posted: April 14, 2012 in Uncategorized

CollegeFootballTalk

It’s a combination of timing (which is awful) and availability (which is limited), but there just aren’t many coaching options for Arkansas right now in the wake of the Bobby Petrino firing. Athletic director Jeff Long said earlier this week in his press conference that he would begin a coaching search immediately with linebackers coach Taver Johnson serving as the interim leader of the team.

Long has said via his Twitter account he hasn’t been in contact with anyone yet about the vacancy; of course, that doesn’t mean someone from Arkansas hasn’t been making the phone calls for him. All that’s available now is speculation based on who we — meaning media and fans alike — think would be a good fit.

Gus Malzahn, Skip Holz and Bo Pelini — they’ve all said the same thing, more or less: “Thanks, but no thanks.”

That’s what you can expect, and TCU…

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