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Fayetteville native Fred Gulley has been a household name among Arkansas basketball fans for over 10 years now, but last Saturday night was finally his time to start for the Razorbacks.

It's been over 10 years now since Fayetteville native Fred Gulley, Jr. was reportedly offered a Razorback basketball scholarship – as an 11-year-old fifth grader. Whether that offer from Stan Heath's staff was real or not is arguable, but one couldn't help but think of it Saturday night when Gulley got his first start at point guard for the Razorbacks in their 56-33 home win over Vanderbilt. "It...

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