Believe in the rebuild. But also appreciate the effort the Red Wolves displayed on the gridiron – grinding and clawing for two victories while never losing heart.
For maybe five years now, I’ve entered the college football season with irrationally high expectations for the Texas State Bobcats.
Perhaps it’s time to truly adopt a kind of two-QB system where the one quarterback replaces the other when his hand grows cold.
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.
Ah, the Mountaineers! They of the one FCS win, and unconvincing win over Charlotte, an offensively anemic loss to Marshall and a nearly month long sabbatical from football (thanks, COVID-19!). How to define these guys?
But there was simply too much Jonathan Adams. Too much Dahu Green, Too much Brandon Bowling and juuuuust enough Lincoln Pare to overcome all the kitchen sinks the Panthers tossed on the gridiron.