Punch “the Policy” right in the junk. The Arkansas State Red Wolves will be playing the Arkansas Razorbacks […]
Blackman is a three-star recruit , pro-style QB who played for three different head coaches at FSU, and he proved himself more Jimbo Fisher’s guy than Willie Taggart or Mike Norvell’s. But is his Butch Jones’ guy? I have questions:
The University of Central Arkansas has a good thing going in Conway, a swell, forward-thinking community that dubs […]
So the University of Arkansas has finally done what flagship programs sometimes do and tossed the Golden Lions a bone. UAPB football has endured a bit of NCAA problems of late and they shouldn’t provide too much competition for the well-fed Hogs. If this situation were the movie “Step Brothers,” this is Adam Scott putting Will Ferrel in a headlock and giving him a noogie.
Even in that airless chamber of Privileged Five sycophants, Mohajir managed to not only get the Sun Belt repped, but double repped – a honor unceremoniously denied to the MAC, Mountain West and CUSA. The label on our pants reads “Big Boy.”
On May 11, the Red Wolves baseball team will take the bus trip to Fayetteville to meet the Razorbacks on their opulent home diamond. It will be the first time ever that these programs meet, and it’s about time.
Nine consecutive wins after a brutal loss to UAPB, Matt Daniels is making his case.
Here’s one thing I’ve observed over twenty years of checking in on the sports universe: making war with fans is futile and self-destructive. Fans may be dicks. They might be armchair athletes. They may even post unflattering blog posts, but Fans rule with an We’re #1 Foam-Finger Fist. Provoke them at your own peril.
There is literally nothing to watch: no exciting three-point marksman, no thunder-dunker, no ball-handling wizardry, no clairvoyant teamwork, no selfless defense. The biggest statistical talking point for this team? It gets to the free throw line. In the final minutes against ULM, when the Red Wolves really needed the free throws, Arkansas State was all brick.
After all, one of the things that actually worked for the Red Wolves in 2020 was the offense. In Heckendorf’s two years running the offense, A-State total offensive has ranked 26th and 33rd in the nation. In 2020, the Red Wolves ranked second in the nation for passing. This is with an offensive line that hasn’t really dominated and established a run game.