Corey Rucker’s return is a positive development for a Red Wolves athletics program in need of a spiritual boost.
This season, expectations have the team finishing 6th. Is that a fair prediction? I guess that’s what we’re here to discuss.
With All-American WR Corey Rucker portaling Jonesboro for South Carolina, the position for alpha Red Wolf wide receiver is open.
For maybe five years now, I’ve entered the college football season with irrationally high expectations for the Texas State Bobcats.
“You know why I was crying, Coach,” asked Scott. “It’s starting to work. I see the culture kicking in.”
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.
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.
You could have not imagined a more perfect punt. And yet, the 99 yard touchdown pass that followed was so predictable that it registered absolutely no surprise from the dutiful crowd that showed up for a Thursday night game with the #15 ranked program in America.
I invite you to join me in moving past this True Crime critique of the Arkansas State Red Wolves and leap forward into what can be salvaged after a 1-3 start to the season.
The Red Wolves are, after a mere two weeks, the nation’s leading pass offense, racking up 920 yard via the air while bombing the end zone 9 times. A-State’s Corey Rucker is second in the nation with 4 TD grabs, and he’s richly accompanied by exceptional talent in Jeff Foreman, Te’Vailance Hunt and about half-a-dozen other guys who can step in and make big plays.