The Sun is shining. Birds are singing, and flowers have begun to bloom and display their brilliance and beauty again. You know what that means. Finally, we can begin talking about football again. Spring ball officially began today at Arkansas State University, so that means, naturally it's time for a preview. Coaching Departures/Arrivals Well first … Continue reading Arkansas State Red Wolves Spring Ball Preview
When you think of the Red Wolves the first thing you think of is offense. Typically a high-flying, explosive spread offense, it regularly sits near the top of FBS rankings in points per game, yards per game, passing yards per game, and total offense. The thing is, the best teams/coaching staffs adapt to continue winning … Continue reading Red Wolves Must Take a Different Approach for Success in Upcoming Season
Kansas fired Sheahon Zenger on Monday, after serving as Athletic Director for the Jayhawks since 2011. During that time, Kansas athletics have been in a proverbial death spiral. In fact, during Zenger's almost seven and a half year tenure, the Jayhawks football program won only 12 games. But, Jayhawks fans are optimistic that the losing … Continue reading Examining the Group of 5 candidates in the Kansas Athletic Director search
ESPN2's first Wednesday night #FunBelt matchup of 2017 between Georgia Southern and Arkansas State did not disappoint. Arkansas State downed the Eagles 43-26 in front of a paltry 13,781 fans for the de facto home opener at Paulson Stadium. Both teams combined for 874 yards of offense and 68 points. It's a Wednesday, I don't … Continue reading Arkansas State wins #FunBelt Wednesday Shootout with Georgia Southern
If a tree falls and no one’s there to hear it, and all that good stuff. It may have taken us all of 10 weaks, but finally we’ve relented. After 10 weaks we’re putting this dog out of its misery. Gone from this experiment of a CFB column that is this space, gone from it … Continue reading Weakest Of The Week: Georgia State Plays Football. No One Cares.
Careful what you wish for, I guess? In years past, the "One & Done" U that was Arkansas State had managed to find success on the CFB fields across the nation despite its coaches’ propension to leave Jonesboro at the first offer from a bigger (read: better) school. This stopped in 2013 with the arrival … Continue reading Weakest Of The Week’s Half-Fast Recap: stAte Should Cry Wolf For Real In Jonesboro