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CAMELLIA BOWL ARKANSAS STATE VS. MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE

ASU sees loss as way forward

By Brooks Kubena

This article was published December 16, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.

Arkansas State Coach Blake Anderson signs commemorative Camellia Bowl footballs Friday in Montgomery, Ala. The Red Wolves take on Middle Tennessee State tonight.

Camellia Bowl

Arkansas State vs. Middle Tennessee State

WHEN 7 p.m. Central

WHERE Cramton Bowl, Montgomery, Ala.

RECORDS Arkansas State 7-4; Middle Tennessee State 6-6

TV ESPN

Arkansas State defensive end Ja’Von Rolland-Jones (center) pumps up the crowd during a pep rally for today’s Camellia Bowl against Middle Tennessee St...

Nearly two weeks removed from the loss that kept Arkansas State University from its third consecutive Sun Belt Conference championship, redshirt junior quarterback Justice Hansen laid out his view of the Red Wolves' Camellia Bowl matchup with Middle Tennessee State.

Camellia Bowl

Arkansas State vs. Middle Tennessee State

WHEN 7 p.m. Central

WHERE Cramton Bowl, Montgomery, Ala.

RECORDS Arkansas State 7-4; Middle Tennessee State 6-6

TV ESPN

Arkansas State defensive end Ja’Von Rolland-Jones (center) pumps up the crowd during a pep rally for today’s Camellia Bowl against Middle Tennessee St...

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