Football - Archives 2018
JONESBORO, Ark. (3/9/18) – Arkansas State head football coach Blake Anderson announced Friday the addition of Chris Buckner, who has coached on five conference or division championship teams over the last eight seasons, to the Red Wolves' staff as outside wide receivers coach.
JONESBORO, Ark. (3/8/18) – Blaise Taylor, a four-year football letterman from 2014-17 holding both his bachelor's and master's degrees from Arkansas State University, was announced Thursday by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine as the prestigious 2018 Arthur Ashe Jr. Male Sports Scholar of the Year.
JONESBORO, Ark. (3/1/18) – Arkansas State alumnus and four-year football letterman Blaise Taylor, who completed his senior season with the Red Wolves in 2017, was announced Thursday by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine as one of three finalists for the 2018 Arthur Ashe Jr. Male Sports Scholar of the Year.
JONESBORO, Ark. (2/27/18) – The Sun Belt Conference announced the league's 2018 composite football schedule Tuesday, and Arkansas State will have a pair of nationally-televised midweek home games to go along with its previous announced non-conference slate that includes a road contest against 2017 national champion Alabama.
JONESBORO, Ark. (2/22/18) – A First Team All-Sun Belt Conference selection last season for Arkansas State, Lanard Bonner was honored during the Red Wolves' men's basketball game Thursday night at First National Bank Arena as the recipient of the 2017 Gary Withrow Award, which is presented annually to the football team's outstanding offensive lineman of the year.
JONESBORO, Ark. (2/13/18) – Arkansas State head football coach Blake Anderson announced Tuesday multiple additions to the Red Wolves' coaching and support staffs, including outside wide receivers coach Gunnard Twyner and outside linebackers coach Nick Paremski, as well as modifications to multiple coaching position titles and responsibilities.
JONESBORO, Ark. (2/7/18) – Arkansas State head football coach Blake Anderson announced Wednesday the addition of four Arkansas high school standouts and one all-conference junior college transfer to the Red Wolves 2018 signing class, which now includes 28 players from 13 different states.