Yeah, it was all Houston Nutt’s fault

This won’t go over well in Springdale.  Neither Pete Carroll nor Mike Garrett care.

As Carroll put it, former Arkansas QB and transfer Mitch Mustain will be third string in the spring and will “will continue to battle his way up.”

As O’shea put it: “fortunately, his mom is 1800 miles away from LA.”



Mustain isn’t happy (that’s not a surprise).  He talked to Scott Wolf at inside SoCal.  Jeremy Bates, USC’s QB coach gave a couple of reasons for Mustain’s coronation as the number three QB, chief among them a failure to sustain drives and third down production generally.  Countered Mustain,

That’s something me and (Bates) talked about and I’ll keep it with us. That’s their interpretation.

I am guessing I could file this under the prior title about Karma and all.  I guess you could also be pretty snarky and make the observation that Mustain’s performance in high school was as much about this guy and this guy than anything he did.  The same could be said for these guys his freshman year in Fayetteville.

Again O’shea has the comment of the moment: “This will end well, I am sure.”


2 Responses to “Yeah, it was all Houston Nutt’s fault”

  1. 1 oshea2002
    April 22, 2009 at 11:50 am

    Mustain is a distant, distant third on the depth chart. He clearly will never see the field next year, as Barkley almost won the job this year.

    He did apparently tell a writer at USCFootball.com that he won’t be leaving as he’s too close to his degree.

  2. 2 Mustain is a Pussy
    April 30, 2009 at 10:24 am

    Serves that punk right. Whiny ass mama’s boy can’t hack it. He should have gone the DivII route.

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