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Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Arkansas: No. 20 football state

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No. 35 pro | No. 19 college | No. 20 high school
Frank Broyles

No. 35 Arkansas

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and coach Jimmie Johnson were teammates on the 1964 Arkansas national championship team, which also had Barry Switzer as an assistant. Lance Alworth, a 6-foot flanker out of Arkansas, became the first AFL player in the Hall of Fame after 542 receptions, 10,266 yards and 85 touchdowns with the Chargers and Cowboys. The late Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt was born in El Dorado.
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No. 19 Arkansas

The "Hog Call" echoes through many great moments, including the 1969 Game of the Century loss to Texas and the 1964 national title under coach Frank Broyles. Razorbacks who made an impact on the NFL include defensive lineman Dan Hampton, safety Steve Atwater and Pat Summerall. Arkansas State drummed up an 11-0 team in 1975.
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No. 20 Arkansas

Arkansas had a renaissance last year led by national power Springdale High. Although coach Gus Malzahn left to be the offensive coordinator at the University of Arkansas (along with touted quarterback Mitch Mustain), high school football in the state has never been stronger. Spring 2006 DI signees: 22. Fall 2006 high school football teams: 202.
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1) Which former Razorback is the best coach?

Butch Davis
Jimmy Johnson
Barry Switzer