The Good, The Bad and The Wally

Queue the music above, and let us begin this week’s installment of The Good, The Bad and The Wally with something that made us laugh the minute we saw it and an observation making the rounds on social media sites and timelines everywhere.

The Good

Subrideo! Subrideo! Subrideo! Smile! Smile! Smile!


The resemblance is uncanny.

The Bad

Terry Mayhair.

Terry Mohair.

Terry Moger.

The Arkansas State University Red Wolves Sports Information Director?

If you were listening to Randy Rainwater of 103.7 The Buzz’s Drive Time Sports radio show Wednesday, March 13, 2013, you may be as confused about who runs the athletics department at Arkansas State as the show’s host.

The Red Wolves’ athletic director is Terry Mohajir (pronounced Mo-Ha-Sher). He is not the Sports Information Director. That would be Jerry Scott – pronounced Jerry Scott.

The Wally

We read Wall Hall so you don’t have to. This week we took note of Wally Hall’s “Like It Is” column from Wednesday, March, 13, 2013. The column is mainly about the lovely evening at the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame banquet held last Friday.

Wally, or as he refers to himself, “yours truly,” was installed as the president of the organization. An honor, indeed, and a position he should hold. As the sports editor of the only statewide daily in Arkansas, the voice of all things sports in our state by virtue of his position at the newspaper, he will make a fine representative and ambassador for the Hall of Fame. Congratulations from all of us here on the selection.

What jumped out to us was the misspelling of the name of one of the newest inductees into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame, Sonja Tate.

Others honored were Sonya Tate, Don Nixon, Wyn Norwood, and Marcus Brown. All are great additions to the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame.

We concur. They are. So is Sonja Tate.

Stacy Lewis, Frank O’Mara and Jeremy Jacobs were also featured in the column and inducted into the Hall.

John Outlaw was inducted with this year’s class, too. He wasn’t mentioned in Wally Hall’s column Wednesday. We have features on him here and here.

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