I'm torn on this one. On one hand, they can't possibly keep him. Can they? The married father of two who had the audacity to hire his 25-year old mistress (herself, engaged) one week, and the abstract stupidity to not only saddle her aboard his own two-wheeled mid-life crisis, but to then crash both her and possibly his career atop it? Ostensibly, even the bouncing of his unhelmeted cranium on the pavement didn't seem to have jarred any more common sense loose, either. First, there was his immediate admonishment to bystanders not to call 911, which is curious, considering that his injuries must have seemed both obvious and serious. "How obvious and serious?", you ask? "Pretty damn." I flatly respond. Immediately thereafter, he absconds from the scene (leaving his red hog with [itch bay]in' saddle bags) lying on the side of the road, with thus far unnamed persons who took him to rendezvous with his designated state trooper, presumably, whom he had called to request assistance. The last guy who used an Arkansas state-issued phone was given a new hat and matching windbreaker. And despite all of this, even after some time to reflect upon the reality of his predicament, his coup de grace might actually arise from his failure to tell Arkansas AD Jeff Long of both his passenger and their (ahem) "inappropriate relationship" until minutes before the official police report was made public. If there is one thing that AD's, especially of high-profile schools, loathe more than a negative-attention grabbing scandals involving any members of their staffs - much less their head coach - it's being blind-sided by one. In Knoxville, we call this, "Exhibit A" While it seems obvious to everyone outside of Fayettville, the issue is not so clear-cut, nor will be so easily decided inside of it. Arkansas is arguably the third best team in the SEC, and has regained much of the national stature which they enjoyed in the early years of Nutt's tenure, and seems to have a future that's only growing both larger and brighter with every win. You can neither rely on in-state talent or a favorable schedule to explain it, because it's inarguably a result of Bobby Petrino, alone. And no one knows that better than Jeff Long. And so my question is this: Will Petrino be fired at Arkansas? Not should he, nor does he deserve to be fired - but will he? Will Jeff Long ultimately andactually pull, or be allowed to pull, the trigger to terminate him from Arkansas?