GAME PREVIEW
LITTLE ROCK
TROJANS
5-21 (2-11)
February 17 | 7:00 p.m.
First National Bank Arena
Jonesboro, Ark.
ARKANSAS STATE
RED WOLVES
9-16 (4-8)
Website ESPN3 | 107.9 KFIN Flipcard | Media Guide
Tickets | Live Stats | Live Audio | @AStateMB | @AStateGameDay


STORYLINES 

• The rivalry renews Saturday as Arkansas State plays host to Little Rock at 7:00 p.m. Brad Bobo and Al Grushkin will call the action on ESPN3 while Matt Stolz will bring the play-by-play action on the EAB Red Wolves Sports Network and flagship station 107.9 KFIN.
• The Red Wolves have had a player score 20 or more points in 17 of 26 games this year.
Ty Cockfield had 31 points at Troy, most for an A-State player in a Sun Belt Conference game since Devin Carter had 33 versus South Alabama on Feb. 4, 2016.   
• A-State has scored 90 or more points in five games this season, most since the 2001-02 club had seven such outings.
• The Red Wolves have two 90-plus point efforts in league play, most since the 1999-2000 season in which A-State also had two such games.
• A-State is 6-2 when leading at halftime, but 3-14 when tied (1-2) or trailing (2-12) at the break.  
• The Red Wolves committed 10 or more turnovers in 19 of the first 21 games. A-State has 10 or fewer turnovers in four of the last five outings.   
• A-State is 8-1 when scoring 65 points before its opponent.
Tamas Bruce shot 37.7 percent (29-77) at the charity stripe last season. So far this season, Bruce is hitting 64.0 percent (48-75).
• The Red Wolves have used 13 different starting lineups, eighth-most among Division I programs this season.
• A-State has played just three of the 18 Division I basketball programs in the state of North Carolina (Appalachian State, East Carolina and North Carolina A&T).