- Miss California Threw Out The First Pitch At The Padres Game In High Heels
- Jose Canseco Is Being Investigated For Rape
- Cam Newton Riding A Segway? Cam Newton Riding A Segway.
- RotoExperts On The Radio: Is Patrick Corbin For Real?
- Injured Steelers Tight End Heath Miller Is Improving, But Cautious
Proposed Legislation Might Legally Compel Arkansas And Arkansas State To Play Each Other In Football For The First Time Ever
Arkansas and Arkansas State are in different stratospheres of football, just not in the way you might think. Arkansas has a new head coach, Bret Bielema, to right the ship after a disastrous 4-8 season, including a 2-6 record in the SEC. Arkansas State, meanwhile, flew through the Sun Belt this season, finishing up with a 10-3 record overall and a 17-13 win over No. 25 Kent State in the GODADDY.com Bowl. But Arkansas and Arkansas State have never crossed paths in football. Ever. There’s no Florida-Florida State tension, none of that. Just two football programs bearing the state’s name and acting as if the other did not exist.
Luckily the state legislature is proposing a bill to amend this travesty, all while supporting charity. The Arkansas News has all the details:
“House Bill 2274 by Rep. Andy Mayberry, R-Hensley, would require the UA and ASU athletic departments to “cause their respective NCAA varsity football teams to play each other” in at least a one-time regular season football game at War Memorial Stadium.
Under the bill, a minimum of $250,000 in proceeds would be dedicated to a government, community, charitable or philanthropic group, project or organization that benefits the state of Arkansas.’”
- Ken Shamrock And Ian Freeman To Battle
- 8 NBA Players Who Can Actually Rap
- 15 Hottest Daughters of Professional Athletes
- Pete Rose Disappointed with Wife's Breast Reduction