ASU committed DL excited about Malzahn

Arkansas State currently had 17 commitments before Hugh Freeze left to take the Head Coaching job at Ole Miss. That number has only changed by one and now with the hire of Arkansas native Gus Malzahn expect that number to go back up. AStateNation.com spoke with Memphis Mitchell athlete Greg Buckhanon to get his thoughts on Malzahn.
December 15, 2011

Commitment Update: Buckhanon's reaction

Arkansas State has done a great job recruiting the city of Memphis. One Red Wolf commitment heard the recent news today of ASU's Hugh Freeze leaving Jonesboro to take the head coaching job at Ole Miss. Go "Inside" to get Greg Buckhanon's reaction.
December 5, 2011

Buckhanon solid with the Red Wolves

There is a lot of excitement and energy surrounding Hugh Freeze and his Arkansas State Football program. One current Red Wolf commitment Greg Buckhanon is also having a good season this fall. Go "Inside" as AStateNation.com catches up with Buckhanon and visits with him about his recruitment.
October 4, 2011

ASN's Commitment Tracker 2012

We at AStateNation.com are proud to introduce you to a new feature of the site called Commitment Tracker. In this new feature we will take a look at the commitment with in-depth analysis, we will travel when possible to see the commitment play, we will talk with their head coaches to see what type of players and young men that Arkansas State is getting in their players.
August 19, 2011

Tennessee: In-state decisions

The state of Tennessee has 34 players who have already made their college decisions to 19 different schools. Andrew Bone takes a look at the programs who are doing well in the Volunteer State.
August 11, 2011

Buckhanon becomes No. 7 for Freeze

Hugh Freeze picked up his No. 7th commitment here Sunday afternoon when Memphis Mitchell defensive tackle Greg Buckhanon committed to the Red Wolves. AStateNation.com broke the commitment, and according to Buckhanon it was his relationship with the Arkansas State coaching staff that made the difference in his decision.
July 31, 2011