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  • #1 by Wolfpride on 10 Feb 2017
  • I was listening to 103.7 The Buzz this am and they alluded to the Show with No Name playing that phone call between Wally Hall, HDN, and Tommy Smith that took plce 10 years ago.  Does anyone have audio of that?  Or is this just drumming up something people don't want to hear........?
  • #2 by Boss Hog in the Arkansas on 10 Feb 2017
  • I've never heard it but have always wanted to. They allude to it quite a bit
  • #3 by DeltaBoy on 10 Feb 2017
  • It was a great clip !
  • #4 by Razorbackers on 10 Feb 2017
  • I've never heard it but have always wanted to. They allude to it quite a bit

    It was SUPER uncomfortable. Mostly because Wally just sat there and didn't say anything.
  • #5 by DeltaBoy on 10 Feb 2017
  • #6 by factchecker on 10 Feb 2017
  • #7 by davehog on 10 Feb 2017
  • I do not miss the "crazy" that was going on with the program back then. 

    It makes me appreciate the here and now that much more.
  • #8 by DoctorSusscrofa on 10 Feb 2017
  • Which dead horse are we beating today?

    If the hogs ever play a school whose mascot is a dead horse, we'll beat Em once and then relive the win every year.
  • #9 by Wolfpride on 10 Feb 2017
  • No dead horse......just heard about the phone call and wanted to hear it.  The horse is gone.  Thanks Factchecker.  I am done now.
  • #10 by DeltaBoy on 13 Feb 2017
  • It was a crazy time here on the Ville.
  • #11 by onebadrubi on 13 Feb 2017
  • was this the toilet flush conversation?
  • #12 by Seebs on 13 Feb 2017
  • My hate for Houston Nutt is so real and perfect that re-watching items in the thread only bellow the fires of Vitriol and disdain I have for him as a human being and certainly as a coach of my beloved Razorbacks.

    Nutt is a liar, a coward, a narcissist and such a back-stabbing loser he cannot get a coaching job in his mid to late 50's because all programs know he is poison to both their programs and to the player's souls.

    If you have children that begin to show any traits parallel to HDNs personality please begin shock therapy treatments and hire a priest for an exorcism.  HDN is the debil
  • #13 by hawganatic on 13 Feb 2017
  • I did love Wally just sitting there speechless, no idea what to say, acting like a deer caught in the headlights. 

    He had every chance to call Nutt out on the things he wrote in that article, and shat his pants instead...

    Good times...
  • #14 by Sivad on 13 Feb 2017
  • I do not miss the "crazy" that was going on with the program back then. 
    It makes me appreciate the here and now that much more.
    No kidding. It was a great day when Nutt was finally gone.
  • #15 by Biggus Piggus on 13 Feb 2017
  • It was and still is hard to believe that Nutt claimed he didn't allow Malzahn to run his offense. What a liar.
  • #16 by Pig in the Pokey on 13 Feb 2017
  • I've never heard it but have always wanted to. They allude to it quite a bit
    it was the day before we whipped LSU's arse when DDawg went crazy (along with a few others).
  • #17 by Pig Power on 13 Feb 2017
  • I miss the "Harvey Don Knotts" spoofs on Bo's show.. Some of that was hilarious...
  • #18 by AFWarrior83 on 13 Feb 2017
  • I miss the memes!  Device High, you've been slacking... 😄
  • #19 by Sed76 on 13 Feb 2017
  • How did Wally Hall keep his job after that?
  • #20 by DeltaBoy on 13 Feb 2017
  • It was and still is hard to believe that Nutt claimed he didn't allow Malzahn to run his offense. What a liar.

    He a pathological liar.
  • #21 by phadedhawg on 13 Feb 2017
  • Nutt couldn't even go out without causing a fuss.  He had to upset the #1 team in the nation just to make us all feel even more uncomfortable...

    Wild times...glad they are over. 
  • #22 by Mike Irwin on 13 Feb 2017
  • Both Nutt and Malzahn had people spinning information to the media and to the fans. Nutt's spin doctors were way too aggressive and pretty easy to see through. Malzahn had smarter people pushing his agenda. They fooled me big time.

    Think what you will of Mitch Mustain's mom but she was the only one back then sending out warning signals about Malzahn. I should have listened to her.
  • #23 by porkurina on 13 Feb 2017
  • The whole mess killed my enthusiasm for Hog football.  It has never been the same.  I will admit that the  lawn twisted the knife all ready in my heart
  • #24 by porkurina on 13 Feb 2017
  • Sorry, lawn = clown
  • #25 by Professor Psychosis on 13 Feb 2017
  • was this the toilet flush conversation?

    I think that was a different phone call, on a national radio show.  Probably from a different year too.

    Anyway, I've tried to find audio of that call for the last few years, but it's nowhere to be found.  Which is a shame.
  • #26 by lutherheggs on 13 Feb 2017
  • That phone call by Nutt was just another in a long line of judgment errors he could not keep from making. And he was gone within the year after that phone call and on to Ole Miss where he set them back a few years too.
  • #27 by Pig in the Pokey on 13 Feb 2017
  • I think that was a different phone call, on a national radio show.  Probably from a different year too.

    Anyway, I've tried to find audio of that call for the last few years, but it's nowhere to be found.  Which is a shame.
    he was at Ole Piss during that I think
  • #28 by Sivad on 13 Feb 2017
  • he was at Ole Piss during that I think
    When Hootie was relieving himself live on the radio, yes he was Ole Miss' problem then.
    What a guy.
  • #29 by Pigdiana Jones on 13 Feb 2017
  • What was it that mustains mom said about st. Gus?
  • #30 by tusksincolorado on 13 Feb 2017

  • OH what an awesome time on Hogville....

    As my mother always said, "what comes around goes around!"

    Nutt squander our program for his personal gains...runs to a historical rival...burned that program down, and now is unemployed. Hopefully forever!

    Sounds like one of ole Bernie's ponzi schemes!
  • #31 by onebadrubi on 13 Feb 2017
  • I think that was a different phone call, on a national radio show.  Probably from a different year too.

    Anyway, I've tried to find audio of that call for the last few years, but it's nowhere to be found.  Which is a shame.

    lol it wasn't but I couldn't miss the opportunity to throw it out there.  It is on the internet and been posted on here before.
  • #32 by tusksincolorado on 13 Feb 2017
  • Both Nutt and Malzahn had people spinning information to the media and to the fans. Nutt's spin doctors were way too aggressive and pretty easy to see through. Malzahn had smarter people pushing his agenda. They fooled me big time.

    Think what you will of Mitch Mustain's mom but she was the only one back then sending out warning signals about Malzahn. I should have listened to her.

    Hey Mike...a lot of good honest Hawg lovin' Arkansans drank the Nutt Kool-
    Aid! We believed in Frank, read the gospel everyday from Orville's desk...we worshipped Lou, loved Kenny, and was told Nutt would get us to the plateau.

    I just knew back from the "play ground days" in LR that a "pig is always a pig, no matter how you paint it!" Nutt was a con man at an early age....he just became better at it as he aged.

    Malzahn...well he is just a different breed of cat.
  • #33 by DoctorSusscrofa on 13 Feb 2017
  • Dead horses are dead.
  • #34 by Tarheelhawg on 13 Feb 2017
  • #35 by HognitiveDissonance on 13 Feb 2017
  • I did love Wally just sitting there speechless, no idea what to say, acting like a deer caught in the headlights. 

    He had every chance to call Nutt out on the things he wrote in that article, and shat his pants instead...

    Good times...
    Whatever negative opinion you might have about Nutt, Wally Hall is that times two.

  • #36 by HognitiveDissonance on 13 Feb 2017
  • As you might remember, Wally was generally a staunch defender of Nutt for a long time.
    What really changed his tune was the fact that Nutt had referenced the word 'media' in a comment.
    That really irked Wally, and led to the infamous column which Nutt was responding to, the one which was a series of statements like "The media didn't do this..." "The media didn't do that..."
    One of them was "The media didn't force Darren McFadden to play in the Citrus Bowl when he wasn't 100%". McFadden had a bum ankle and was playing about 80% that game. 80% of DMac is better than most guys 100%, and he was cleared to play, so he played. But Wally made it out that he wasn't medically ok to play, and was forced to play anyway, like he had a major concussion or something. That's just one example of the column.

    Again, you can have whatever opinion of Nutt you want...but Wally's column was a hatchet job, precipitated by someone saying anything perceived as critical of 'the media'. In other words, if Wally wants to be critical, that's ok, but no one is allowed to be critical of the him or the media in general. Double standard. Which is why I can't stand Wally. It's all about him. Or, to use his favorite word, 'apparently' it's all about him.
  • #37 by biglewhog77 on 14 Feb 2017
  • I miss old Nutt :razorback: :razorback: :razorback: :razorback: :razorback: :razorback:
  • #38 by hog.goblin on 14 Feb 2017
  • Nutt is a liar, a coward, a narcissist and such a back-stabbing loser he cannot get a coaching job in his mid to late 50's because all programs know he is poison to both their programs and to the player's souls.

    Well, that and 1 - 15 in his final 16 SEC games.
  • #39 by Sivad on 14 Feb 2017
  • Is he still married to Leatherface?
  • #40 by pigture perfect on 14 Feb 2017
  • I have not had a problem with Nutts record here. His ego and Teresa Prewitt were his biggest enemies here.
  • #41 by HognitiveDissonance on 14 Feb 2017
  • I have not had a problem with Nutts record here. His ego and Teresa Prewitt were his biggest enemies here.
    I said when Bielema was hired we were heading towards Nutt level of success again. And I'm not really knocking that, it was a good level, just not quite at Petrino's level.
    Bielema = Nutt 2.0
    It was obvious to me that CBB was a good coach, but you gotta be great to win big here.
  • #42 by PorkSoda on 16 Feb 2017
  • I do not miss the "crazy" that was going on with the program back then. 

    It makes me appreciate the here and now that much more.
    no doubt.  he may not end up with a better record than nutt, but he definitely represents the program better.
  • #43 by Anybody on 16 Feb 2017
  • Houston Nutt only won 49.6% of his SEC games over a 10 year period.  Not good.

    GO HOGS 2017 !
  • #44 by HognitiveDissonance on 16 Feb 2017
  • Houston Nutt only won 49.6% of his SEC games over a 10 year period.  Not good.

    GO HOGS 2017 !
    Bielema so far, after four years:

    2013   0-8
    2014   2-6
    2015   5-3
    2016   3-5
             ____
             10-22

    If you remove the first two years, which is not unreasonable, then it's 8-8, for .500

    Like I said, headed for Nutt levels of success. Already there, actually.

  • #45 by DeltaBoy on 17 Feb 2017
  • Both Nutt and Malzahn had people spinning information to the media and to the fans. Nutt's spin doctors were way too aggressive and pretty easy to see through. Malzahn had smarter people pushing his agenda. They fooled me big time.

    Think what you will of Mitch Mustain's mom but she was the only one back then sending out warning signals about Malzahn. I should have listened to her.

    No Doubt you need to get here on your radio show and let her know she was RIGHT!
  • #46 by Michael D Huff AIA on 17 Feb 2017
  • Anybody got the sound bite where Nutt says, "I called those plays, Chuck!"
  • #47 by secfan30 on 17 Feb 2017
  • Hey Mike...a lot of good honest Hawg lovin' Arkansans drank the Nutt Kool-
    Aid! We believed in Frank, read the gospel everyday from Orville's desk...we worshipped Lou, loved Kenny, and was told Nutt would get us to the plateau.

    I just knew back from the "play ground days" in LR that a "pig is always a pig, no matter how you paint it!" Nutt was a con man at an early age....he just became better at it as he aged.

    Malzahn...well he is just a different breed of cat.

    Don't forget, Broyles wanted Tubberville and he would have been a better hire.
  • #48 by Piggfoot on 17 Feb 2017
  • Not taking up for Malzahn because his ego is as big as Nutt's
  • #49 by Piggfoot on 17 Feb 2017
  • To continue, Nutt needless public ally ridiculed Malzahn behind his back shortly after he was hired at a Jefferson Co Razoback meeting. Nutts remarks concerning Malzahn were in exceedingly poor taste and showed in my opinion a touch of jealousness.
  • #50 by GoHogs1091 on 18 Feb 2017
  • Nutt really only deserves credit for one thing, and that one thing is his hiring of Tracy Rocker.

    The Nutt era can be described in one word, that one word being the word frustrating.
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