In Week 1, James Blackman momentarily lost control of his helmet – and then control of the offense, […]
It was, quite possibly, the most exciting Red Wolves vs Tigers game in the 100+ history of the […]
On the latest Fun Belt Podcastt, Adam Hunsucker, Warhawks beat writer for the News Star, helps us beak down ULM’s loss to Kentucky and assess the future of the program. Plus, Warhawks slot receiver Boogie Knight joins us to talk NIL, Sun Belt and Louisiana humidity.
Butch Jones released his two-deep for Week 2 against Memphis, and not surprisingly, he’s playing it coy at […]
On September 11, the Tigers darken The Cent in Butchboro. The win over UCA was jolly good fun, sure. But the stakes are higher on Saturday, somehow. We don’t share a conference. We have few common opponents. Though we claim the same recruiting grounds, the beef between the two programs is more personal than professional – especially with Memphis recently enjoying the national success Arkansas State has always wantonly craved.
Florida transfer James Blackman started for Arkansas State against Central Arkansas on Saturday night. Blackman wasn’t playing poorly, exactly, but early in the third quarter, the score was only 13-7 Red Wolves midway through the third quarter. After Blackman was forced to retire to the sideline after briefly losing his helmet, Hatcher took over the offensive and immediately flicked a 34 yard TD pass to Corey Rucker – who would go on to record two more Hatcher to Rucker scores. In a quarter and a half of work, Hatcher threw 4 touchdown and went a perfect 12/12 for a fantastic 315 QB rating. It’s hard to imagine Hatcher not starting next week against Memphis.
On the latest Fun Belt Podcast, Cajuns beat writer for the Daily Advertiser Tim Buckley stirs the gumbo on Louisiana’s quest to unseat the Chanticleers as Sun Belt champions. Episode 10 is best listened with beignet in one hand and another beignet in the other hand.
To our collective dismay, “OR” will play a role behind center as both James Blackman and Layne Hatcher were named possible starters in the two-deep roster Arkansas State released today.
ook past the Bears is a mistake new A-State head football coach Butch Jones can’t afford to make – just ask Blake Anderson, the former Red Wolves coach who saw his 2016 team upset by the Bears 28-23. It was a loss that shook Jonesboro to its very core! Even though Anderson repaid the Bears last season with a 50-27 thumping, Red Wolves fans are still cringing from 2016.
I can’t imagine a scenario under Butch Jones – he with his arms permanently Gorilla-glued in crossed formation – where we’ll ever see Red Wolves execute a Flying Butt Bump after surrendering a go-ahead touchdown.