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badgerwolf Offline
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The game this weekend between the Northern Tribe and the Southern Tribe this Saturday evening will be a barn burner as both teams can score, but both teams also give up quite a few yards! I think ASU will win AGAIN this year.

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

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Indian battle has makings of shootout

By Kevin Turbeville
Sun sports editor

Arkansas State rolled up more than 500 yards against Memphis last weekend while Louisiana-Monroe produced nearly 400 against Arkansas. Both teams gave up even more yardage than they gained.
Those signs seem to point toward a shootout Saturday night in Monroe, La., when ASU and ULM meet at 6:30 in the Sun Belt Conference opener for both teams.

“They certainly have the capability of putting a lot of points on the board. I think we do as well,
09-21-2004 09:01 AM
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should be a great game, I think the MT vs. Cajuns game will be a good also :D
09-21-2004 03:38 PM
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