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Podcast Rebellion: Arkansas Fight joins to preview Saturday and poke fun at Houston Nutt

Tucker Partridge tells us what he expects to happen on Saturday.

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Before Ole Miss takes on Arkansas this weekend in Oxford, we need to break it all down with an expert on the 30-50 feral Hogs that will be invading Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Tucker Partridge, site manager at Arkansas Fight, is here in studio with us to talk everything from the quarterback controversy in Fayetteville to the defense dealing with the loss of Dorian Gerald.

We also talk about Houston Nutt because of course, favorite Razorback alums, and we reminisce about the absolute theater of a rain-soaked game in Little Rock and seven overtime games in unfinished stadiums.

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Also, when you’re in Oxford, go see Greg and the good folks at LB’s Meat Market, the inaugural sponsor of this here podcast. Celebrate with the best protein for your Ole Miss grilling needs. And be sure to tell him RED CUP SENT YA for exclusive deals and promotions!

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And also when you’re in the Velvet Ditch, be sure to take a quick trip to Wonderbird Spirits, North Mississippi’s first distillery. It’s an eight minute drive south of Oxford on Old Taylor Road and is the only spot in the Magnolia State for a true grain-to-glass gin experience. And don’t forget to follow them on Instagram!

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