Former Arkansas Razorback football coach and Athletic Director Frank Broyles recently made CNNSIs list of Top 25 Things We Miss About College Football. Broyles made the list at #11. Here is what CNNSI had to say about the legendary Razorback. "More Southern than sweet tea and grits, Broyles teamed with Keith Jackson to form college footballs definitive announcing team, back before it took a network roster to figure out who was in the booth. What made Broyles so indelible was in the way he could coax "ATH-uh-lete" into three syllables in that Dixie-bred drawl. It was also the way hed always manage to ask Jackson, at least once a game, "Where was the safety-man?" And it was in his impeccable style, a trademark that he still maintains at age 84. Broyles, who retired as Arkansas athletic director in 2007, was recently spotted in New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport wearing a three-piece suit … at 6 a.m. What made Broyles performance in the booth so much more impressive is that he did it while serving as the Razorbacks AD, yet managed to remain an objective analyst. Yet he did it with ease and defined the role of college football analyst, before we even knew it was being defined." Former Hog quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was back out on the practice field Monday for the Minnesota Vikings after spraining his MCL on left knee last Saturday. Jackson said after his workout on Wednesday that he experienced no problems moving around during drills. John Daly makes the news again this time for getting eye surgery on Wednesday. The former Hog went in for Lasik surgery on his eyes to correct his astigmatism. Daly is scheduled to play in the PGA Championship next weekend.