He seemed much like his moniker suggests – a quiet, almost Puritanical man of principle and virtue.
Nobody expects Boutayeb to be the next Norchad Omier, but he brings a presence in the paint that the Red Wolves had missed since 7-footer Jason Jennings left the program twenty years ago.
The Portal drains the Mid-Majors of its star talent, while the Power Five unloads its malcontents.
All in all, it’s a bad look for everyone. Omier looks disingenuous. Mike Balado looks the fool. TomBowen and the athletic department look weak, and the fans look like idiots with their jaws unhinged and chins resting on the floor.
The caustic acid of mixed allegiances sometimes rises from the lower intestine.
We must pluck for the darkness every particle of light necessary to sustain our life force. Look upon this hastily written post as your sherpa to enlightenment.
The emotional support sports of track, bowling, soccer and golf are hosting backyard barbecues while we’re patiently helping football, basketball and baseball choose a biceps tattoo.
If I’m reading this tweet correctly, Omier is committed to another season in Jonesboro, which is great news for Arkansas State and not-so-great news for any Sun Belt player assigned to guard him.
While Coach Rogers takes a big step in her career, Arkansas State dips a toe into modern times.
According to the natural laws of time and space, this season is a fixture of the past – a permanent addition to the ether