Blake Ball is transitioning out, and Butchboro is transitioning in. Hatcher didn’t see a place for himself in Butchboro.
Inside every man is two wolves, one good, one bad. Inside those two wolves are two more wolves. Inside those wolves there are even more wolves. Infinity wolves! Too many wolves!
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.
But if you missed the game, you missed seeing one of the grittiest performances I’ve witnessed from a Red Wolves team.
The Sun Belt actually went 7 for 10 in Week 3 with victories over the MAC and CUSA. What punched the junk? The conferences’ first FCS loss (get it together, Texas State) and two massive blowouts to the Privileged Five
Florida transfer James Blackman started at quarterback tonight for the Red Wolves, but after losing his helmet in […]
Mike Aresco must be losing some sleep these nights. Just weeks ago, he was accused of clandestinely working […]
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.
Arkansas State fans will have many position groups to wonder and fret over once the season begins (offensive line, defensive backs, defensive end, tight end, you name it), but wide receiver won’t be one.
Greatness isn’t always appreciated the moment it’s birthed. For example, John Carpenter’s The Thing was a box office […]