After having their five game winning streak snapped at the hands of rival
Louisiana-Lafayette, the Warhawks shift their focus to Arkansas St.
The Thursday night, ESPNU game will determine who's in the driver's seat in
the Sun Belt Conference title race.
What to watch for:
#2 for 14 - Senior Cody Wells will be making just his second career
23 straight - With Wells starting for the injured Kolton Browning, it
will be the first time ULM has had a new QB start since Luke Russell started
against LSU in 2010, 23 games ago.
2 - Senior receiver Brent Leonard needs just a pair of receptions to
take over 4th place on the school's career reception list.
Close to Jyles - Arkansas State QB Ryan Aplin needs 396 yards passing to
join ULM great Steven Jyles as the only players in conference history to
surpass the 10,000 yard career mark. Jyles ended his career with
9-11 - It's been 11 years since the Warhawks last had a win in
Jonesboro; a 9 point win in 2001.
NO-November - ULM is 2-6 in the month of November under Head Coach Todd
Odds makers have the home standing Red Wolves as a one touchdown favorite.
The over/under is 59.
Arkansas State, Middle Tennessee, and ULM are all tied for the
conference lead. ULM has the head-to-head over Middle, while
Arkansas State will face the Blue Raiders in the season finale.
Red Wolf kicker Brian Davis has five games this season with multiple
ULM has 9 players from Arkansas, Arkansas State has a pair from
Louisiana, including Darius Dunaway who hails from Monroe.
There's never been a shutout in the series. Three times a team
has scores just once.
Eleven of the last 15 meetings have been decided by one score or