SAN MARCOS, Texas — Ben Anderson showed some of the ability that earned him SWAC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year accolades.
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SAN MARCOS, Texas — Safe to say, Sun Belt Conference opponents and Arkansas-Pine Bluff don’t go very well together.
Instead of organizing the special teams game for Arkansas-Pine Bluff in tonight’s season opener at Texas State, John Hendrick could have been coaching salespersons in Montgomery, Alabama, which he had done for about a year.
The question was inevitable: How does going into Saturday’s season opener at Texas State compared to last year’s preparation for the Arkansas State game for coach Monte Coleman and the Arkansas-Pine Bluff football team?
UAPB coach Monte Coleman announced Tuesday that defensive lineman Troy Goss has left the team because of “issues with summer school classes,” but added there is a possibility he will return this season.
Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s football coaching staff will look slightly different from when it started preseason camp earlier this month.
The referee blew the whistle and ended the game with 14 minutes remaining on the scoreboard at Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s Pumphrey Field.
Only his third day into Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s preseason camp, Collin Willis had to show a little bit of his quarterbacking ability in a scrimmage. But just a little.
About this time last year, Monte Coleman was living a coach’s nightmare.