It was like going to Silver Dollar City and watching a master craftsman at work. But instead of forging a horseshoe or weaving a wicker basket, Omier was pounding slams and robbing boards.
Because the Red Wolves are, for the second consecutive season, without a football bowl berth, my appetite for hoops has increased significantly.
A game after playing tough against #25 Texas Tech, the Red Wolves made the Air Force Falcons look like chickadees.
The Red Wolves are right as projected – in the middle of the pack. What’s unfortunate is that aside from an away game with Texas Tech (we just missed you, Chris Beard), Arkansas State has little opportunity to see their NET standings improve before conference play begins on December 30.
Placing two programs in the poll was quite the feather in the Sun Belt’s cap. Thanks a whole bunch, Panthers.
The Great Realignment War is a clear win for the Sun Belt, for Keith Gill, and the Sun Belt East, who acquires new in-conference rivalries to motivate their fan bases.
Let us Red Wolves fans bask in the darkness of anonymity afforded by the effort of a defensive squad who finally limited an opponent to under 50 points.
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It’s unlikely that the Chanticleers will be given much opportunity to reclaim much (if any) ground in the polls. That’s life in The Five.
Suddenly, I’m having the most fun I’ve had at a Red Wolves game since getting irresponsibly sloshed at U.S. Pizza while watching Arkansas State versus Kansas State.