Found December 07, 2012 on
The Arkansas State faithful are following in Tennessee’s footsteps and have posted their head coaching vacancy on Craigslist. As far as we know this post has not been flagged for removal yet so if anybody is interested in applying, here is the Craigslist listing.
We like scoring almost as much as Petrino does
Dress Code: ABSOLUTELY NO VISORS
Candidate should also come equipped with a catch phrase, Ex: “Feel the Freeze, Get on the Gus Bus.”
Compensation: Pretty low- That’s why everyone else has left us. Duh.
Looks like the Red Wolves faithful are starting to get weary about their upcoming showdown with #25 Kent State in the GoDaddy.com Bowl. After all, how do you replace this guy?
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We’ll give it two weeks until Eagles, Chargers and Bills fans start posting ads like this thinking they’re being clever.
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Arkansas State says defensive coordinator John Thompson will serve as interim coach for the Red Wolves as they prepare to play No. 25 Kent State in the GoDaddy.com bowl next month.
Thompson takes over for Gus Malzahn, who's leaving Arkansas State for Auburn after one season. Malzahn led the Red Wolves to a 9-3 record and a Sun Belt Conference championship.
Arkansas State is having to look for a new head football coach now that Guz Malzahn bolted to Auburn after just one year in Jonesboro. Unlike snakebitte-n Tennessee, there is actually someone who actually is interested in coaching the Red Wolves. The bad news for Arkansas St.? It's Bobby Petrino. At least Luke Matheson says Petrino is .
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One Arkansas State in-state commitment will graduate high school in the next week or so and has plans on enrolling in college in January. Bentonville's Garrett Kaufman remains committed to ASU, but is uncertain with his future with the Red Wolves. Go "Inside" to see what he had to say.
Gus Malzahn leaving Arkansas State for Auburn, caught one ASU commitment off guard this week. Go "Inside" to see where Missouri tight end stands with the Red Wolves.
JONESBORO, Ark. (12/8/12) – A three-pointer from Arkansas State University’s Ed Townsel with 2.4 seconds to play led the Red Wolves to a thrilling 73-70 triumph over St. Bonaventure this Saturday (Dec. 8) afternoon in front of an ASU Convocation Center crowd of 2,378 fans in Jonesboro, Ark.