A Catch-22 is usually considered a no-win situation from which there is no escape. But for the UALR College of Business team, Catch-22, who won big at the 2013 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup awards, the moment was sweet victory. In one of the premier business-plan competitions in America, Catch-22 earned a first place award and $25,000 for its undergraduate business proposal to create a high-quality organic fertilizer from Asian carp, an undesirable fish population that has invaded the Mississippi River Basin. Team members James Rutherford, Ryan Guinee, Robert Grasby, and Brandon Burroughs, along with team advisor, Richard Crane, also took home the first place Arkansas Farm Bureau Agriculture Award and $6,000. Read the full article here from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.