Will deeper pockets in Northeast Arkansas loosen their purse strings and save us from the hardball purgatory? Sell the naming rights to the bull pen to U.S. Steel and call it The Crucible. Have those $10 beers delivered via a Hytrol conveyor belt. Get creative.
The turnovers arrived in a multitude of varieties – ill-advised bounce passes into the crowded paint, cross-court bounce passes that ended up in the seats, dribbles off the foot, offensive fouls, balls that inexplicably rattled out of what were once steady hands.
Pack the uni and clean underwear in a duffle, and move on.
As usual, the urgency for which to win these games remain high for the Red Wolves, who find themselves entwined inside a Sun Belt race that has yet to select a favorite.
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In Boone, Omier was bottled up and frustrated. In Conway, Norchad was the reckoning.
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.