Apart from the hot dogs (and the Frisbee-catching dog at halftime), there wasn’t quite enough sizzle in the Red Wolves game.
t was so great for women’s basketball in the state of Arkansas that the Razorbacks continued to avoid their Northeast colleague for nearly two decades. The dodging ends 7PM Friday night, when the two programs clash at First National Bank Stadium.
“You know why I was crying, Coach,” asked Scott. “It’s starting to work. I see the culture kicking in.”
Placing two programs in the poll was quite the feather in the Sun Belt’s cap. Thanks a whole bunch, Panthers.
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!
Against the heroically undersized Harding Bison, the sound I heard resonating from the Red Wolves was KER-THWAK.
While other coaches have banned media, tossed players under the bus, and exploded in various ways, Jones has acquitted himself calmly and consistently, patiently pointing out areas where the team needs improvement while positioning the focus on his own decisions.
While we can take a quantum of solace from the defensive performance, it doesn’t ease the pain of witnessing the total destruction of what was once a mighty and majestic offense.
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.