Razorback fans who are having a hard time letting go of Bobby Petrino have a rare opportunity in front of them this month.
As part of her resignation, Ms. Dorrell agreed she would not attempt to sell or profit from her affiliation with Razorback Athletics. The University will pay Ms. Dorrell approximately $14,000 as part of a settlement and resolution of all matters between the parties.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for University of Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long, but he got some good news this week.
The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom house is just under 8,800 square feet on a 2.97-acre lot just off Mission Boulevard.
Regardless of where you stood on the situation, it’s time to move on and figure out what’s going to happen with the football program.
After four seasons with the Razorbacks, Bobby Petrino was fired as the head football coach at Arkansas on Tuesday, said athletics director Jeff Long.
A crowd of Razorbacks fans turned out to show support for suspended head football coach Bobby Petrino at a rally held Monday evening on the University of Arkansas campus.
Will Long suspend Petrino, dock him some pay and attach an extremely tight leash or will he take a strong stance by firing him?
Arkansas head football coach Bobby Petrino has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the results of an internal investigation into the details surrounding his Sunday evening motorcycle accident.
Dorrell, a former Arkansas volleyball player, was recently named as the new student-athlete development coordinator for football.
Petrino was released from the hospital Tuesday following a Sunday evening motorcycle crash 20 miles outside of Fayetteville.
According to a statement from the Petrino family, he is in stable condition and is expected to make a full recovery.