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Jimmy Dykes resigns at Arkansas

Could Jimmy’s Jet be flying back into our living rooms?

After three seasons as the women’s basketball coach at Arkansas, Jimmy Dykes resigned this afternoon. The Razorbacks are coming off their worst SEC season in school history, winning only two conference games and getting knocked out of the first round of the SEC Tournament. Over three seasons, Dykes was 43-39, 15-33 in conference play. Ouch.

Jimmy’s final season in Fayetteville didn’t come without a little controversy.¬†During an exhibition game at the beginning of the season, several of his players¬†of the team kneeled during the national anthem and about a month later, two left the program.

Personally, I’ve kinda missed Jimmy’s Jet. Maybe not so much the shoulder cam. Regardless, bring him back, ESPN!

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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10 Comments for Jimmy Dykes resigns at Arkansas



  1. Rixter
    7:54 pm March 3, 2017 Permalink

    Also, he’s the only color man on any network who knows where the nail is on the court. So, there’s that.



  2. catsarerunnin
    8:16 pm March 3, 2017 Permalink

    Rim Run



  3. Luether
    8:28 pm March 3, 2017 Permalink

    Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach or write…



  4. AGSlater
    9:24 pm March 3, 2017 Permalink

    Meeks and his violent cuts are heading to the first class section of jimmys jet



  5. Tesla421
    11:51 pm March 3, 2017 Permalink

    I was really really hoping I would never have to listen to him again.



  6. nybrasky
    12:17 am March 4, 2017 Permalink

    Man, time flies when you’re losing women’s basketball games.



  7. ClutchCargo
    1:52 am March 4, 2017 Permalink

    Jimmy Dykes’ strength is his strength.



  8. 8xchamp
    10:46 am March 4, 2017 Permalink

    Jimmy sucks at commentary and coaching. At least he’s consistent