You know you remember it. It was September 12, 2020. Louisiana made nationally ranked Iowa State look silly. Kansas State was a 13 point favorite at home, and the Red Wolves told the Wildcats to go eat Kibble. The final hatchet blow: Coastal Carolina leveled Kansas to signal the end of Les Miles. Sun Belt 3, Big XII 0.
Brilliant in its conception, mystifying in its execution! Synchronized swimming! Only a madman – a madman who is also a genius – would be willing to take part in this Theater of the Unsettling.
Last season, shortened and made stupid by COVID19, Red Wolves QB Layne Hatcher tossed for 2,058 yards, completed […]
Brands will find plenty of advertising value at Arkansas State, a program rife with secret stars and budding personalties. Because I’m completely insane, I will give a shortlist of potential spokespersons for absolutely free.
What the NIL means for student athletes is that they can earn money on their talent and fame. (Fine by me.) What the NIL means for the state’s media is that it can crown any student a King Money Maker of its choosing. (Not fine by me). With most of Arkansas’ media in the pocket of [NWA SCHOOL], it’s hard to see how this doesn’t create another unfair advantage for an athletic program already given all the advantages.