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  • Kentucky State hires John L. Smith to coach Thorobreds

    Kentucky State has hired former Louisville and Arkansas coach John L. Smith to rebuild the NCAA Division II Thorobreds.


  • Creditors claim bankrupt Smith dumped $2M

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Creditors are trying to block former Arkansas football coach John L. Smith from liquidating $40.7 million in debt, saying he moved several properties and more than …


  • Arkansas hires ex-Idaho, Husky coach Holt

    Arkansas hired former University of Idaho head coach and University of Washington and USC defensive coordinator Nick Holt to handle its on-campus recruiting, a job formerly handled by the mistress …


  • New Arkansas coach counts his many blessings

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – John L. Smith was his usual exuberant self during his first media day as the Arkansas head coach. The former Idaho, Michigan State and Louisville coach cracked …


  • In brief: Former Idaho coach Smith faces bankruptcy

    College football: John L. Smith always believed real estate development was the safest investment of all, saying, “You may not make money, but you won’t lose money.” The Arkansas coach …


  • Arkansas turns reins over to John L. Smith

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Eager to move on from the Bobby Petrino scandal, Arkansas announced Monday that popular former assistant John L. Smith will return as head football coach of the …


  • John L. Smith to coach Arkansas on interim basis

    A person familiar with the decision says Arkansas is bringing back former Idaho coach John L. Smith on an interim basis next year to replace Bobby Petrino.


  • Idaho lands six on All-WAC second team

    Football: Six Idaho Vandals have been named to the All-Western Athletic Conference second team. The group includes seniors Korey Toomer, a linebacker, defensive end, defensive back and fullback, who scored …

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