I promised one thing, that I was going to go from daylight to exhaustionNutt resigns as Arkansas football coach Nov 26, 2007
The bottom line came down to this, when the Nebraska school plane was here, I couldn't take my family and get on that planeNutt to stay at Arkansas Jan 03, 2004
I'm so proud of Shawn and what he has accomplished this seasonFinalists named for Outland Award Dec 03, 2003
It was an unbelievable game today and there were a lot of heroes on the fieldArkansas 38, Texas 28 Sep 13, 2003
I just dismissed Jermaine Brooks, one of our senior football players, for breaking team rulesArkansas football player arrested Oct 23, 2002
Houston Dale Nutt (born October 14, 1957), is an American football coach and current head football coach at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), making him the 36th head coach of the Rebels.
Houston Dale Nutt was born on October 14, 1957 in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States. He is the son of the late Houston Dale Nutt, Sr., and Emogene Nutt and is the oldest of four children. Nutt graduated from Little Rock Central High School. His parents taught at the Arkansas School for the Deaf at Little Rock, Arkansas for 35 years. His father also served as athletic director and head basketball coach for the school. His father was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2001. During his childhood, Houston and his brothers were daily members at the Billy Mitchell Boys and Girls Club in Little Rock.
Wife Diana, like Nutt, graduated from Oklahoma State University. They have four children together: Houston III (born March 11, 1987), twins Hailey and Hanna (born September 26, 1988), and Haven (born March 19, 1991).