Auburn's Gus Malzahn Comments On Arkansas Job Speculation
Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
Since Chad Morris' firing at Arkansas this past weekend, there's been much speculation about Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn being the Razorbacks number one candidate for the job. On Tuesday, Malzahn addressed that chatter...

Malzahn played for the Razorbacks and later became the offensive coordinator for them in 2006.

(The Spun)
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14 Comments
Wheels are in motion. Look for announcement within 72 hours of Auburn’s last regular season game
Reply21 days
TFH
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Hell no! No to Gus! Hell no! No to Gus! Hell no! No to Gus!
Reply23 days
Why move! Same conference, same division!
Reply25 days
That’s the Obligatory ole “I’m not going to be the Arkansas coach” statement before the inevitable “l’m proud to be the Arkansas coach” speech. Notice, that was not a denial. He might love Auburn. He does love his players. The future is bright. But, he never said that he wasn’t interested.
Reply25 days
All the Arkansas fans drop to their knee's crying uncontrollably. Spurned again by their prodigal son.
Reply26 days
He would be better at Arkansas than Auburn. He is like Les at LSU. Half the place wants him gone.
Reply26 days
Please let him go
Reply26 days
That's not an "I'm not interested in going to Arkansas" response.
Reply26 days
I like to see him at Florida St. He would do very well there.
Reply26 days
If Yella Wood, Lowder, and the other Auburn powers that be don’t appreciate Malzahn and what he’s done in Lee County, then yes Gus should shag arse and go on back home to Arkansas. I think Gus would do well at Arkansas and keep them very respectable yearly. I don’t understand professional employment contracts but it’d be funny if Arkansas could pay Gus like a hundred grand a year with the AU buyout paying the rest while Gus beats Auburn at Arkansas.
Reply26 days
He gone
Reply26 days
But why?
Reply26 days
much less pressure/lower expectations and the Hoggies will open up a deep pocketbook ...and he is from there
26 days
He is an Arkansas High school legend. It makes a lot of sense for both parties.
26 days
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