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ASU played Memphis tough at home and played Ole Miss tough on the road; we will be a force in the SBC football race. I say ASU in the NO Bowl this year! What do you think?

The following is from the Jonesboro Sun (http://www.jonesborosun.com):

ASU miscues help Rebels survive

By Matthew V. Roberson
Sun sports writer

OXFORD, Miss. — Arkansas State was no victim of a bigger school from a bigger conference by an embarrassing score.
This time, the Indians victimized themselves.

Ole Miss capitalized on Arkansas State’s own misfortunes and turned two second-half turnovers into touchdowns for a 28-21 Homecoming victory Saturday afternoon at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

The Indians (1-4), victims of a 55-0 thrashing last year at Ole Miss, were far from the part of Homecoming cupcake this time around. ASU led 14-13 at halftime and threatened numerous times in the second half. But Arkansas State self-destructed with an interception and a fumble that the Rebels (2-3) capitalized on for short-field situations and easy scores in a game that the Indians felt they gave away.

ASU coach Steve Roberts said too many opportunities escaped the Indians and too many mistakes victimized them.
“Our football team is not in that locker room happy,
10-03-2004 10:18 AM
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