Posted November 27, 2012 on
Arkansas State picked up a huge commitment here Tuesday night when Alabama 3 star wide receiver Dijon Paschal committed to Gus Malzahn and the Red Wolf Coaching Staff. Paschal, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide out, couldn’t pass up the opportunity to play for offensive mastermind Gus Malzahn.

It’s Red VS Blue This Week At Arkansas State

    By just looking at the records, it would seem that the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders and the Arkansas State Red Wolves were the same team.  They are both currently 8-3 on the year with 6-1 records in their conference.  That is where the teams similarities differ, however. While the Blue Raiders have been squeaking out victories throughout the year, the Red Wolves have been...

Brady striving for improvement

Arkansas State returned home Sunday afternoon after a two game road trip. The Red Wolves won Sunday's contest against Lamar University in convincing fashion. Go "Inside" and see what veteran Head Basketball Coach John Brady had to say after the game. All Basketball Coverage is brought to you by Cache River Valley Seed, Adam Staples State Farm Insurance...

ASU excited about playing for Title

Arkansas State will play for their second consecutive Sun Belt Conference Championship here in Jonesboro on Saturday. The Red Wolves returned to the practice field Sunday night, was there to bring our members the very best on-line coverage of your Arkansas State sport teams.
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