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  1. Two ex-Hogs land on feet at new schools BY SCOTT CAIN Posted on Friday, May 28, 2004 FAYETTEVILLE — Former Arkansas basketball players Kendrick Davis and Wenbos Mukubu have found new schools. Davis and Mukubu decided after last season they would transfer and had been weighing their options since then. Mukubu said he will reunite with former Arkansas assistant Mike Anderson at Alabama-Birmingham, and Davis is headed to North Texas. Mukubu, a 6-6 forward from Miami, visited Alabama-Birmingham and said he "felt real good about it. And I’m familiar with Mike Anderson. He recruited me out of high school." Anderson’s up-tempo, pressing style of basketball and Mukubu’s athleticism are a natural fit, Mukubu said. Alabama-Birmingham assistant coach T. J. Cleveland, a former Arkansas guard, also is a good friend of Mukubu’s. Mukubu will have to sit out this season but can practice and be on scholarship, he said. He will have two years to play beginning with the 2005-2006 season. Of his two years at Arkansas, Mukubu said: "I loved it. I love the fans. They treated us real good. I enjoyed playing here. It was a great experience." Mukubu averaged 5.8 minutes, 1.2 points and 1.3 rebounds in 24 games last season. Davis, a 6-4 guard from Houston, could not be reached for comment. Like Mukubu, he will have to sit out but will have two more years to play. He averaged 12.7 minutes, 5.4 points and 1.2 rebounds in 25 games last season.
  2. KEGL-FM changes to adult contemporary Dallas radio station "The Eagle" KEGL-FM (97.1) switched from hard rock to a soft adult- contemporary format Tuesday. The playlist for the new station, dubbed "Sunny 97.1," includes 1960s through '80s tunes by artists such as the Beatles, Rod Stewart, Carole King and Billy Joel. On a new Web site, www.sunny971.com, the station bills the new format as "Sunny Music All Day!" Disc jockeys have not been heard on the station since Monday afternoon. Robert Miguel, a longtime Eagle DJ, says on his Web site that he's out of a job. Staffing plans have not been announced. Officials of station owner Clear Channel Communications did not return phone messages seeking comment. Clear Channel also owns classic rocker KZPS-FM (92.5) and new-rock station KDGE-FM (102.1). Ann Pinson
  3. That's easy, Bobby Witt! What future HOF slugger was the 1st baseman for the 84 Olympic Team?
  4. I do not think we should be in Iraq. I do not KNOW the REAL reason we are there. I do not think another American should die over in Iraq. I think that if the al-queda or whoever is going to kill our innocent civilians then we should continue to abuse the Prisoners! I think George W. Bush should be put on trial for his crimes against humanity. I think we all have a right to an opinion because this is the United States of America!
  5. The pro wrestler formerly known as Earthquake in the WWF and The Shark in WCW. Roman Phifer ?
  6. Former ASU outfielder. Had 2 stints with the Rangers. Staying with Rock theme. Angela Rock??
  7. The Hulkster!!! Staying with the pro wrestling theme! Dwayne Johnson?
  8. Trilli could recruit, but he could not coach. JJ can both recruit and coach. He is an upcoming star in college basketball coaching circles.
  9. 6-10, 230 pound Center in the NBA for six seasons with for teams Milwaukee, Buffalo, Chicago and Dallas. Was a Arizona State Sun Devil. Averaged 4.6 points & 3.0 rebounds per game during his career. Would outrebound every Maverick on the roster today. Staying with the obscure. Eddielee Wilkins?
  10. Harold Carmichael Six-foot-eight of Cowboy Killing Greatness! Tony Parker?
  11. NICEVILLE, Fla. - The 2004 Sun Belt Conference Men's and Women's Golf Championships will begin Monday at Bluewater Bay Resort. The tournament, which features 10 men's teams and 10 women's teams vying for the league's automatic bid to NCAA Regional play, returns to Niceville for the third straight year. Last year, the North Texas men's squad and New Mexico State's women rolled to victory. NMSU's win marked the third straight team title for the Aggies. This year's event figures to be one of the most competitive in recent memory. Four men's teams are ranked in the top 100 in the latest Golfweek/Sagarin Performance Index, while five women's teams crack the top 100. Individually, five Sun Belt men's players have a scoring average of 72.78 or better, including South Alabama All-American candidate Gareth Mabyin. Mabyin has won three individual titles this year and sports a league-best 71.29 average. On the women's side, Denver freshman Emily Hoeper paces the Sun Belt with a 75.10 average. SUN BELT CONFERENCE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP FACTS WHAT: 2004 Sun Belt Conference Men's and Women's Golf Championships WHEN: April 19-21, 2004 WHERE: Niceville, Fla. (Bluewater Bay Resort) MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT (on-site): Rob Broussard Director of Media Relations Cell Phone: 504-628-3895 e-mail: broussard@sunbeltsports.org COURSES: The men play the Lake and Marsh Courses (6,857 yards - par-72) The women play the Bay and Magnolia Courses (5,910 yards - par 72) TEAMS COMPETING (men): UALR, Arkansas State, Denver, UL Lafayette, Middle Tennessee, New Mexico State, New Orleans, North Texas, South Alabama, Western Kentucky TEAM COMPETING (women): UALR, Arkansas State, Denver, Florida International, Middle Tennessee, New Mexico State, New Orleans, North Texas, South Alabama, Western Kentucky 2003 Men's Team Champion: North Texas (team score 862, -2 overall) 2003 Women's Team Champion: New Mexico State (team score 891, +27) 2003 Men's Indiv Medalist: Brad Besler, North Texas (69-68-72 - 209, -7 overall) 2003 Women's Indiv. Medalist: Alena Sharp, New Mexico State (72-71-73-, E overall) How to Obtain Results: Results will be e-mailed to each school's Golf SID following the completion of play. Results should be e-mailed anywhere from 4-5 p.m. CT each day and will be posted on the Sun Belt Website (www.sunbeltsports.org). Click on the Sun Belt Conference Golf Championships page for updated information. NOTABLE SUN BELT CONFERENCE SCHOOL ALUMS: Rich Beem (2003 PGA Champion, New Mexico State) Pat Bradley (LPGA Hall of Fame, Florida International) Craig Perks (2002 Players Champion, Louisiana-Lafayette) Kenny Perry (Western Kentucky) Alena Sharp (2003 Sun Belt Conference Female Student-Athlete of the Year, New Mexico State)
  12. I hope he's more Ronnie Morgan than Thomas Gipson. RoMo could play. Gipson was a worthless, fat piece of crap. Right FFRick!!
  13. Hard hitting safety. Should still be in the League. Vladimir Guerrero?
  14. Had great advise for Nuke! Now back to the real world. Kevin Garnett?
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