After Auburn beat Alabama on Saturday some feel Gus Malzahn is no longer in the running for the Arkansas job, but those thoughts might be a little premature.
While some were critical of the way interim athletic director Julie Cromer Peoples handled the firing of Bret Bielema, he didn't have a problem with it and likely wanted it that way.
If Gov. Asa Hutchinson is going to weigh in on the Razorbacks playing in Little Rock, he should get in and solve the problem without politics.
Yes, there are certainly reasons Gus Malzahn would leave Auburn for Arkansas and it likely goes far, far deeper than mere wins and losses for a native son.
Sunday's stories on some internet sites that Arkansas is ready to move on from Bielema are just a few weeks late to the party and one surprising statistic.
While Arkansas fans aren't high on Bret Bielema these days, he apparently is being considered a great fit for potential openings at two Big 10 schools.
From a zero buyout for Malzahn to leave Auburn and a chance to come home from the most dysfunctional program in the SEC, it may be a perfect scenario for Arkansas.
You have to admit it, the pairing of Nutt and Malzahn again would be highly entertaining.
Bret Bielema continues to try and convince anyone that'll listen that things are going to get better and turn the corner.
Hogs lose to LSU in a fashion that is becoming more and more predictable and Bret Bielema's days are counting down in a hurry.