Russellville man Mitch Hall beats Hooten's, wins $100 cash
Mitch Hall of Russellville correctly predicted 17 of 20 games last week to win I Beat Hootens and its weekly $100 cash prize.
Lawrence Watts, Rian Dooly and Anthony Udeli tied for second, predicting 16 winners. Fourteen players hit 15 winners, including Week 1 winner Jacob Schimmel of Maumelle and Camden Fairview Cardinal maniac Maxwell Gregory. Perryville legend Dwayne Hightower selected 14 winners and was No. 25.
Former Sheridan High quarterback Lonnie Grimes finished No. 28 and sits alone atop the season standings.
Craig Miller from 103.9 The Game finished No. 50, Jonesboro radio icon Bud Schroeppel was No. 56 and Bryant Hornet fan Everette Hatcher was No. 60.
KFSM TV 5 sports director John Engleman of Fayetteville was No. 111 last week. Other notables: Texarkana newspaper man Louie Avery at 172, Helena Cougar radio voice Andrew Bagley at 174, Call McCauley Football Report show host David Wallace at 220 and The Point 94.1 morning show host Jennifer Trafford at 228.
The Hootens.com staff was weak at No. 53.
Don’t forget to make your selections this week for your chance to win $100 cash at www.ibeathootens.com