Well, here's a first. In the fourth quarter of tonight's already bonkers GoDaddy Bowl in Mobile, Arkansas State's Xavier Woodson got ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct. Specifically, Woodson was accused of "threatening an official."
Arkansas State gave up 34 points in the first 21 minutes of their game tonight against Louisiana-Lafayette, but they gained seven of those back when running back Michael Gordon took a hit, went down, and decided to keep running—70 yards for a touchdown.
Don't read, just watch the video. Even when you know trickery is coming, you're probably going to lose track of the football. Imagine how tough it was for Ball State defenders.
We're almost reluctant to out a certain Don Jones II as a master of Twitter, because we all know that s̶t̶u̶d̶e̶n̶t̶s̶ athletes who exhibit true voice on social media scare the thin liquid shits out of university athletics officials. But what the hell.
I don't know who any of these people are. I'm going to assume that at least some of them are affiliated with Arkansas State University. Then again, one guy appears to be a doctor, and another is wearing a shitty Blues Brother costume. So who the hell knows.
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We became aware of this a while ago, but seeing as how all public copies seem to have been swept off the web here's the wife of new Arkansas State head football coach Gus Malzahn acting very strangely at a church in Springdale, Ark. It is, alas, an edited version (sports agent John Phillips is taking credit) but it…