He seemed much like his moniker suggests – a quiet, almost Puritanical man of principle and virtue.
What the Falcons will show us is if what I saw from the Texas Tech game is real.
Apart from the hot dogs (and the Frisbee-catching dog at halftime), there wasn’t quite enough sizzle in the Red Wolves game.
Poetic justice, if Karl Benson every thought to pen some poetry.
I’m not sure if this is a real record or not, but after six weeks of football, the Arkansas State Red Wolves defense is personally responsible for bestowing four conference Offensive Player of the Week awards.
It was, quite possibly, the most exciting Red Wolves vs Tigers game in the 100+ history of the […]
The first game under Coach Perkins was a 0-49 loss to Toledo. The Indians didn’t score a single point until game 4, against Southern Illinois in Jonesboro. I was at that historic game. The moment we scored, a message appeared on the scoreboard “WE FINALLY SCORED!” It was cause for celebration. We rode that score to a 42-38 victory.
It’s over. At least for the time being. The Red Wolves will rise again – too much has been invested for the program to fail. But this season is crap. It’s the Coy and Vance year of Dukes of Hazzard. It’s a piece of candy corn stuck to the bottom of your plastic pumpkin.
The headline is true today is it was on September 24th, 2016, when the 0-3 Red Wolves really […]
It’s a fan’s right to gripe. With our devotion comes expectations. We want results in exchange for our dollars. But mostly, we want a program to be proud of. And if you ask us to invest in your program both financially and emotionally, you must also embrace the darker shades of enthusiasm that follows a loss.