Mustain is the little boy who chose Arkansas because Nutt hired his high school coach, Gus Malzahn, then got angry when Nutt decided Malzahn's spread pass attack wasn't the right system for a team featuring future NFL running backs Darren McFadden and Felix Jones. Mustain is at Southern California now, not playing for the Trojans. Think how upset little Mitch's mommy must be. Watch your back, Pete Carroll."If Doyel really dove in and investigate the situation, he'd realize that there is enough blame to go around for everyone," Arnell said. "That's what we asked him when he was on the show; 'Did you spend any time in Arkansas before you wrote the column, Gregg?' He came back with some answer about not having to be in Washington D.C. in order to write about Obama and McCain. He wouldn't answer the question." The interview can be heard here. "I'll say this about Gregg, he's found his niche, so give him credit for that," Arnell said. "He's found a style that he's comfortable with. But to call college kids names and talk like that about one of the mothers, that shouldn't happen. That shouldn't even happen when talking about the NFL. As uncomfortable interviews in my career have gone, that one rates a 10." The highlight for everyone involved, and indeed the clip that KARN is using in its promos this week, is when Doyel yells at Arnell to "shut up! Just shut up and let me talk!" "Yeah, let the great Gregg Doyel speak," Arnell said. "Gregg Doyel must be heard!" Doyel's brand of shock journalism is nothing new; Jay Mariotti has made it an art. Many stations have him on for no other reason than to rile up listeners. But Arnell swears he was never spoiling for a fight. "The phone lines lit up, I'll admit," Arnell said. "But we didn't ask him on for that. I just wanted to discuss what he had written. I don't know how it all went south."