You can hear from the former University of Arkansas and USC quarterback at the Little Rock Touchdown Club on Monday, October 14th. If you want to go you need to RSVP at www.lrtouchdown.com by Friday.
Tickets are $20 for members and $30 for non-members.
From Mustain's bio:
"In 2005, Mitch Mustain was the most decorated high school football player in all of America. Named the first ever consensus Gatorade, Parade, and USA Today Player of the Year, Mustain grabbed the spotlight from future NFL players such as Tim Tebow and Matthew Stafford. At the age of seventeen, USA Today ordained Mustain as "Football's Future". He was destined to become a game-changing college and pro quarterback. After a freshman campaign at Arkansas that saw him go 8-0 as a starter, Mustain transferred to USC where he saw limited action. Mustain has had professional stints in the Canadian Football League, Arena Football league and spent last summer as a relief pitcher in the Chicago White Sox organization. Mustain was recently featured in a documentary, "The Identity Theft of Mitch Mustain" narrated by Nolan Richardson. The documentary follows Mitch's present-day struggle to find balance between who he once was, and who he now wants to be."
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