Arkansas coach John L. Smith has amended his bankruptcy filing, listing $40.7 million in debts - up from $25.7 million just last month. The filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Little Rock on Wednesday shows Smith has $1.3 million in assets. His previous filing listed $25.7 million in debts and $1.2 million in assets.

The difference appears to be $15 million owed to Branch Banking & Trust in Louisville, Ky. The original filing on Sept. 19 listed the amount owed to Branch Banking & Trust as unkno
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Failed businesses and terrible real estate with greedy over lending banks.
Reply58 months
That'll cool your piss off
Reply58 months
What did he spend that much on?
Reply58 months
I see nothing wrong with it.

JLS is just doing what the US government has been doing for a long time.
Reply58 months
km
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This is clinton country, any thing is possible. "I did not have loans with that banker" "define: debt"
Reply58 months
nice. Wish I was just in the position to borrow THAT much money, if I wanted. I cant even fathom that much money- much less OWE it.
Reply58 months
Smile
Reply58 months
Over leveraged to say the least.
Reply58 months
I'm thinking JLS should have filed for bankruptcy a long time ago.
Reply58 months
The banks were retarded and greedy.
Reply58 months
The Arkansas AD had integrity when he fired Petrino, but it's hard to believe he couldn't have found a more suitable interim replacement.
Reply58 months
How does a person with 1.3 million in assets borrow and credit that much money?

Reply58 months
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