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Clint Stoerner - Mondays

Stoerner attended Robert E. Lee High School in Baytown, Texas, and was an excellent student and a letterman in football,basketball, and baseball.

After being recruited by a number of colleges and universities, Stoerner chose to play football for the University of ArkansasRazorbacks.
Stoerner is also widely known around the state of Arkansas for his passes to Anthony Lucas. "Stoerner to Lucas" to this day is a call that is widely known and loved around the state.
Stoerner led Arkansas to a Cotton Bowl Classic victory over the Texas Longhorns on January 1, 2000, 27-6. It was Arkansas' first Cotton Bowl championship since the 1976 game. Arkansas finished the 1999 season with a record of 8-4.

Harry King - Mondays


Houston Nutt - Wednesdays

Houston Nutt, Jr. was born in Arkansas. He is the son of the late Houston Dale Nutt, Sr., and Emogene Nutt and is the oldest of four children. 
Nutt was the last player recruited by Arkansas head coach Frank Broyles before his retirement in 1976. Nutt was recruited as a drop-back style quarterback and started four games as a true freshman after starting quarterback Ron Calcagni was sidelined with an injury. Nutt also played that year for the Southwest Conference champion Arkansasbasketball team under coach Eddie Sutton, which went 26–2 and bulled its way to a 16–0 conference mark.
Nutt became the head coach of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks on December 10, 1997 succeeding head coach Danny Ford and went on to have one of the most acclaimed coaching careers of all time.

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