Fresh off a bye week, Georgia Southern kicks off conference play this Saturday when they face off against the Arkansas State Red Wolves in Paulson Stadium. The Eagles have had two weeks to lick their wounds after a 38-7 loss to #3 Clemson on September 15th. Georgia Southern put up about as good of a … Continue reading Keys to the Game When Georgia Southern Takes on Arkansas State
What an insane week in college football. #6 Wisconsin was taken down by BYU. Akron gets their first win vs a Big Ten team since the 1800's with a win over Northwestern. Temple also beats a Big Ten opponent in Maryland, and Ohio State edges past TCU. With tough games comes tough uniforms. Let's take … Continue reading Best Uniforms from Week 3
O.K., so after a... more eventful than anticipated week in my own life, I bring to you a delayed Top 10 Poll after the first full week of games. The poll is littered with teams that showed out on offense last weekend, and hopefully we'll continue to learn more as these teams play better opponents. … Continue reading Week One Group of Five Top 10 Poll
As each week passes in college football season, more questions and unknowns become answered. Contenders turn into pretenders and surprise teams officially turn into contenders. The same rings true for quarterbacks. Some QBs play really well against lower level talent and struggle against elite talent, some are mediocre or average against any level of talent, … Continue reading Group of 5 Quarterbacks With The Most Interesting Match Ups In Week 2
Well, we've finally got our first full week of football under our belts, so what did we actually learn from all this football that took place? Slow Starters Everywhere A number of offenses took a lot longer than we'd like to get rolling. Texas State, Troy, South Alabama and Coastal Carolina were outscored by a … Continue reading What Did We Learn From Our First Week of Sun Belt Football?
A-State Fall Camp is almost over. With the season just 18 days away, the Red Wolves are fine-tuning the Monster they are building. Wednesday morning marked practice 11 of 15 before school starts back. How are the Red Wolves and the stadium construction doing? Construction The North Endzone Expansion is starting to truly take … Continue reading Update from A-State Fall Camp
So we asked all of the players at Sun Belt Media Day for their music preferences, specifically as it pertains to the music they have playing in their headphones during pregame in the locker room to get hyped up. We give you the results here and now. Artists supplied by the players, songs chosen by … Continue reading Sun Belt Media Day, Music Playlist Edition
Rain, rain, go away. Football season depends on it. The $29 million North Endzone Expansion project at Arkansas State is behind schedule, according to Athletics Director Terry Mohajir. Whether or not the stadium is ready, Southeast Missouri State (and the long-awaited kickoff of football season) will be here Sep 1. “We are still behind schedule. … Continue reading Trouble in (Tropical) Paradise: North Endzone Project Behind Schedule at A-State
Has it been 10 years already? Time flies when you’re winning championships I suppose. Though the Red Wolves are a household name in the Sun Belt, that has not always been the case. In fact, not too long ago, the Red Wolves didn’t even exist. In 1931, Arkansas State University (then named "First District Agricultural … Continue reading From Indians to Red Wolves: A Decade Later
Arkansas State will enter the 2018 football season as the favorites to represent the West division in the inaugural Sun Belt Championship Game this December. The Red Wolves will be returning seven starters on offense, notably including reigning Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Year Justice Hansen, and five on defense. There are some very … Continue reading Could This Be THE Year for the Red Wolves?