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Sports Talk Podcast: August 17, 2017

Year-in, year-out, Arkansas should be an 8-win team. Agree or disagree? Plus Brittany Wagner from “Last Chance U” on why she thinks universities aren’t doing a good job of preparing athletes for life after football.


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Kentucky Sports Radio’s Matt Jones says no basketball program has fallen more than Arkansas

Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Radio joined Sports Talk on Tuesday, and said no college basketball program has fallen more than Arkansas.

“Georgetown and Arkansas have fallen more than any 80s and 90s program,” Jones said. “UNLV was good for a few years, but they cheated and I don’t really count them. But, if you’re just talking programs that matter, that college basketball CBS would have said, ‘Clear the schedule. Arkansas and Georgetown are playing,’ they’ve fallen off the map.”

“But part of what made Arkansas Arkansas, yes it was Nolan, but it was calling the Hogs and it was the fans. I can’t think of a program in the country that has taken a more precipitous fall that has had a better fan base than Arkansas.”