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How Kelvin Sampson and a chicken executive sold John Calipari on becoming Arkansas basketball coach


"How did this happen?" Arkansas play-by-play announcer Chuck Barrett asked as he shared a stage with new basketball coach John Calipari for a question and answer session. "Walk us through this." "John Tyson," Calipari responded, quick to credit the billionaire Arkansas Razorbacks booster and Tyson Foods CEO he later referred to as "my good friend." (CBS Sports)

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How Kelvin Sampson and a chicken executive sold John Calipari on becoming Arkansas basketball coach


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