Is he impossible to replace? Does his presence on the field alter the opponent’s game plan? If he fails to do his job, are the results catastrophic?
I like it when the waterfalls are on – I liked it when the waterfall mist soaked poor Blake Grupe to the bone last year.
Blake Ball is transitioning out, and Butchboro is transitioning in. Hatcher didn’t see a place for himself in Butchboro.
“You know why I was crying, Coach,” asked Scott. “It’s starting to work. I see the culture kicking in.”
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.
The Cajuns come into Centennial Bank Stadium with a three game win streak in the series. It’ll likely end up four. But the Red Wolves will make sure that the Cajuns leave knowing that they are hated.
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.
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.
It was Sun Belt Entropy at its entropiest. Combined with Louisiana’s win over Georgia Southern, the much maligned Sun Belt West got an early jump on the East, a condition that may not last but so what? This is why we love the damn Sun Belt; chaos. Embrace it.