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2008 Arkansas State Red Wolves Season

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2008 Arkansas State Red Wolves Season, Game Recaps, Scores and Reviews

2008 Arkansas State Red Wolves

Nov. 29
Arkansas State 33 … North Texas 28
Arkansas State overcame the best UNT defensive performance of the season with two short touchdown runs from Reggie Arnold and helped by two Josh Arauco field goals. His 24-yarder finally helped ASU pull away. North Texas lost three interceptions, but got two touchdown runs form Cam Montgomery in the third quarter to take a lead before Arnold and the ASU offense took over.
Player of the game: Arkansas State RB Reggie Arnold ran 21 times for 101 yards and two touchdowns, and he caught a pass for 11 yards
Stat Leaders: North Texas - Passing: Giovanni Vizza, 25-37, 202 yds, 1 TD, 3 INT
Rushing: Cam Montgomery, 20-121, 2 TD. Receiving: Casey Fitzgerald, 11-90
Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 12-22, 205 yds, 1 TD
Rushing: Reggie Arnold, 21-101, 2 TD. Receiving: Jahbari McLennan, 4-79
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Arkansas State struggled against North Texas, but it got by with the win to stay in the Sun Belt title hunt. It’s going to take a much, much better effort to get by Troy next week with more consistency needed on offense. The defensive front will have to do a better job of getting into the backfield, while Corey Leonard will have to be razor sharp. Considering ASU struggled with North Texas, it’s going to have a hard time with a rested Troy.

- 2008 ASU Preview 
- 2007 ASU Season

2008 Schedule
CFN Prediction: 5-7
2008 Record:
6-5

Aug. 30 at Texas A&M W 18-14
Sept. 6 Texas Southern W 83-10
Sept. 13 Southern Miss L 27-24
Sept. 20 Middle Tenn W 31-14
Sept. 27 at Memphis L 29-17
Oct. 4 OPEN DATE
Oct. 11 UL Monroe W 37-29
Oct. 18 at UL Lafayette L 28-23
Oct. 25 OPEN DATE
Nov. 1 at Alabama L 35-0
Nov. 8 at FIU L 22-21
Nov. 15 OPEN DATE
Nov. 22 Florida Atlantic W 28-14
Nov. 29 at North Texas W 33-28
Dec. 6 at Troy

2007 Schedule
CFN Prediction: 3-9
2007 Record:
5-7

Sept. 1 at Texas L 21-13
Sept. 15 SMU W 45-28
Sept. 22 at Tennessee L 48-27
Sept.
27 Memphis W 35-31
Oct. 6 at UL Monroe L 30-13
Oct. 13
UL Lafayette W 52-21
Oct. 20 at Middle Tenn. L 24-7
Oct. 27 Troy L 27-0
Nov. 3
FIU W 27-24
Nov. 10 at Fla Atlantic L 34-31
Nov. 17
North Texas W 31-27
Nov. 24 at So Miss L 16-10

Nov. 29
Arkansas State 33 … North Texas 28
Arkansas State overcame the best UNT defensive performance of the season with two short touchdown runs from Reggie Arnold and helped by two Josh Arauco field goals. His 24-yarder finally helped ASU pull away. North Texas lost three interceptions, but got two touchdown runs form Cam Montgomery in the third quarter to take a lead before Arnold and the ASU offense took over.
Player of the game: Arkansas State RB Reggie Arnold ran 21 times for 101 yards and two touchdowns, and he caught a pass for 11 yards
Stat Leaders: North Texas - Passing: Giovanni Vizza, 25-37, 202 yds, 1 TD, 3 INT
Rushing: Cam Montgomery, 20-121, 2 TD. Receiving: Casey Fitzgerald, 11-90
Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 12-22, 205 yds, 1 TD
Rushing: Reggie Arnold, 21-101, 2 TD. Receiving: Jahbari McLennan, 4-79
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Arkansas State struggled against North Texas, but it got by with the win to stay in the Sun Belt title hunt. It’s going to take a much, much better effort to get by Troy next week with more consistency needed on offense. The defensive front will have to do a better job of getting into the backfield, while Corey Leonard will have to be razor sharp. Considering ASU struggled with North Texas, it’s going to have a hard time with a rested Troy.

Nov. 22
Arkansas State 28 … Florida Atlantic 14
Arkansas State outscored FAU 14-0 in the second half as Corey Leonard threw a two-yard touchdown pass to J.T. Jordan and Reggie Arnold ran for a five-yard score on the way to the win. Leonard also threw two first half touchdown passes, a 34-yarder to Brandon Thompkins and a 28-yardder to Trevor Gillott, while FAU got a two-yard Charles Pierre scoring run and a three-yard Rob Housler touchdown catch.
Player of the game: Arkansas State QB Corey Leonard completed 19-of-27 passes for 280 yards and three touchdowns, and he ran 14 times for 33 yards
Stat Leaders: Florida Atlantic - Passing: Rusty Smith, 16-38, 196 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Charles Pierre, 12-31, 1 TD. Receiving: Cortez Gent, 4-38
Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 19-27, 280 yds, 3 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Reggie Arnold, 22-150, 1 TD. Receiving: Brandon Thompkins, 6-98, 1 TD
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... The Red Wolves can take a deep breath again. After a three game losing streak that all but ruined the season, the second half domination over Florida Atlantic means the Sun Belt title dream is back on. Several things have to happen, but if ASU can beat North Texas next, which shouldn’t be a problem, then everything is set up against Troy in the regular season finale for a possible New Orleans Bowl spot. If Corey Leonard and Reggie Arnold play as well as they did against FAU, then a six-win season is guaranteed, and the win over Troy becomes possible.

Nov. 8
FIU 22 … Arkansas State 21
WR T.Y. Hilton dropped the ball on a trick play, picked it up, and delivered a strike to Junior Mertile for a 38-yard touchdown with just over two minutes to play with the extra point giving FIU the win. Arkansas State mobbed to midfield in the final moments, but Corey Leonard was picked off by Franklin Brown to seal the win for the Golden Panthers. Leonard had connected with Vernon Catlin for an 18-yard touchdown in the third quarter and he ran for a one-yard score, but FIU PK Dustin Rivest kept it close with five field goals from 43, 32, 43, 35, and 37 yards away. The two teams combined for 18 penalties.
Player of the game: Florida International WR T.Y. Hilton caught six passes for 199 yards and completed one pass for 38 yards and a score.
Stat Leaders: Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 13-26, 149 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Reggie Arnold, 22-113. Receiving: David Johnson, 3-45
FIU - Passing: Paul McCall, 15-33, 321 yds
Rushing: Julian Reams, 13-25. Receiving: T.Y. Hilton, 6-199
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Corey Leonard, Reggie Arnold, and ASU ran well against FIU, and the defense did a great job of bending without breaking, but thanks to one trick, busted play, the Red Wolves are now out of the Sun Belt title hunt and needing to rally after a week off to finish with a winning season. ASU dominated the time of possession and only gave away one interception at the very end, but the offense couldn’t put the game away when it had a chance.

Nov. 1
Alabama 35 … Arkansas State 0
Alabama had few problems as Glen Coffee ran for a nine-yard score in the first quarter, Roy Upchurch ran for a 22-yard touchdown in the third, and Mark Ingram scored the final two touchdowns from 5 and 17 yards out. The defense got into the act as well with Rashad Johnson, who led the way with 13 tackles and picked off a pass for a 32-yard touchdown. Arkansas State was held to 158 yards of total offense.
Player of the game: Alabama S Rashad Johnson made 13 tackles with 2.5 tackles for loss and an interception for a touchdown.
Stat Leaders: Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 8-17, 67 yds, 1 INT
Rushing: Reggie Arnold, 15-72. Receiving: Kevin Jones, 3-16
Alabama - Passing: John Parker Wilson, 15-28, 152 yds, 1 INT
Rushing: Mark Ingram, 12-113, 2 TD. Receiving: Julio Jones, 5-62
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Alabama appeared to be very focused and very cognizant of last year’s loss to UL Monroe. That spelled the end for Arkansas State. The Red Wolves needed the Tide to look ahead to the big game with LSU and come out sloppy, and that didn’t happen. Basically, the ASU lines couldn’t handle the Alabama lines, and Corey Leonard couldn’t step up when pressured and couldn’t break free. A trip to FIU is up next.

Oct. 18
UL Lafayette 28 … Arkansas State 23
Tyrell Fenroy ran for a nine-yard touchdown with 42 seconds to play to give ULL a comeback win. With star QB Michael Desormeaux out with a knee injury, the rest of the Ragin’ Cajuns stepped up as redshirt freshman QB Brad McGuire ran for two short touchdown runs and Fenroy rumbled for 128 yards. However, McGuire had his rocky moments throwing two interceptions including one that Darius Glover took 29 yards for a fourth quarter touchdown and a 23-14 ASU lead. But McGuire and the offense were able to score 14 points in the final 4:16, and the defense was able to hold. ASU was held to one offensive touchdown, an 11-yard Brandon Thompkins touchdown catch in the second.
Player of the game: UL Lafayette RB Tyrell Fenroy ran 22 times for 128 yards and a touchdown and caught two passes for seven yards
Stat Leaders: Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 21-40, 235 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Reggie Arnold, 15-65. Receiving: Brandon Thompkins, 5-58, 1 TD
UL Lafayette - Passing: Brad McGuire, 9-16, 106 yds, 2 INT
Rushing: Tyrell Fenroy, 22-128, 1 TD. Receiving: Derrick Smith, 2-44

Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... This one is going to hurt. ASU should’ve beaten UL Lafayette handily without its star QB Michael Desormeaux, but 10 penalties, two costly turnovers, and not enough from the running game proved toe be the problem. Give ULL credit for playing some defense; Corey Leonard and the Red Wolves’ offense struggled too much to generate any consistency. There weren’t the long, sustained drives needed to wear down the D.


Oct. 11

Arkansas State 37 … UL Monroe 29
Josh Aruco hit three field goals and Marcus Brown returned a fumble 71 yards for a touchdown as ASU was seemingly in command up 37-14 midway thorough the fourth quarter. But ULM made it interesting as Frank Goodin took a pass 25 yards for a score and Zeek Zacharie caught a one-yard touchdown pass to allow the Warhawks to pull within eight. There was one more key chance for ULM, but a late drive stalled. ASU got up with a 63-yard Jahbari McLennan run in the first quarter, while ULM stayed alive in the second quarter with a kickoff return for a score from Luther Ambrose.
Player of the game: Arkansas State DE Alex Carrington made eight tackles, two sacks, and three tackles for loss with a forced fumble
Stat Leaders: UL Monroe - Passing: Kinsmon Lancaster, 22-41, 303 yds, 3 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Frank Goodin, 10-33 & Kinsmon Lancaster, 14-33. Receiving: Darrell McNeal, 8-149, 1 TD
Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 7-16, 129 yds
Rushing: Derek Lawson, 15-104, 1 TD. Receiving: Brandon Thompkins, 3-88
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... It’s not like Arkansas State completely took its foot off the gas against UL Monroe, but the fourth quarter got way too close for comfort. The Red Wolves were so good for the first 46 minutes that they should’ve been able to coast. Having a weapon like PK Josh Arauco is nice, but the offense needs to make sure it gets touchdowns not field goals, or there might be more close shaves.

Sept. 27
Memphis 29 … Arkansas State 17
Memphis broke open a tight game in the second half scoring 13 unanswered points on two of Vinny Zaccario’s three field goals and a two-yard Curtis Steele touchdown run. Arkansas State took a 17-16 lead into halftime thanks to a 23-yard Corey Leonard run and a nine-yard Reggie Arnold dash, but the offense got stuffed in the second half. Clinton McDonald came up with four sacks for the Tigers.
Player of the game: Memphis RB Curtis Steele rushed for 203 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries.
Stat Leaders: Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 11-23, 173 yds, 1 INT
Rushing:
Derek Lawson, 11-79. Receiving: Brandon Thompkins, 2-36
Memphis
- Passing: Arkelon Hall, 10-25, 178 yds, 1 INT
Rushing:
Curtis Steele, 22-203, 1 TD. Receiving: Carlos Singleton, 3-68

Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... After playing so well over the last few weeks and getting so many clutch second half plays, the Arkansas State offense got stuffed by Memphis when it needed to come through. It was fine in the second quarter. Corey Leonard and Reggie Arnold couldn’t get going on the ground, and Leonard didn’t do enough to kick-start the passing game thanks to a heavy Tiger pass rush. With a week off, the offense needs to get tighter up front before diving back into Sun Belt play against UL Monroe.

Sept. 20
Arkansas State 31 … Middle Tennessee 14
Arkansas State came up with the first 34 points of the game as Corey Leonard connected with David Johnson for two scores and RB Reggie Arnold for a 17-yard touchdown. Middle Tennessee got on the board with a two-yard Phillip Tanner touchdown, but it came late in the third quarter and ASU answered with a 14-yard Derek Lawson scoring run. Middle Tennessee only gained 44 yards on the ground averaging 1.8 yards per carry.
Player of the game: Arkansas State QB Corey Leonard completed 17-of-31 passes for 292 yards and three touchdowns, and ran 10 times for 74 yards
Stat Leaders: Middle Tennessee
- Passing: Joe Craddock, 25-35, 268 yds, 1 INT
Rushing: Dwight Dasher 5-15. Receiving: Patrick Honeycutt, 11-94, 1 TD
Arkansas State
- Passing: Corey Leonard, 17-31, 292 yds, 3 TD
Rushing: Corey Leonard, 10-74. Receiving: Jarriel Norman, 4-107
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ...
The offense keeps on rolling as Corey Leonard is running it to near-perfection. The Red Wolves ripped through Middle Tennessee in the first half, while the defense stuffed the Blue Raider running game and never let the game get close. A win over Memphis next week would be nice, but the big prize, outside of the Sun Belt schedule, is Alabama on November 1st. This is just the type of team that could pose a problem for the Tide if it’s not paying attention.

Sept. 13
Southern Miss 27 … Arkansas State 24
Arkansas State tried to come back late with a five-yard Jeff Blake touchdown catch to pull within three in the final two minutes, and it had a shot late to win but USM’s Eddie Willingham snuffed out the final drive with an interception. USM got the offense moving with two Austin Davis touchdown passes and a one-yard Tory Harrison score, but ASU came back with a 14-point third quarter on a 16-yard David Johnson touchdown catch and an eight-yard Reggie Arnold scoring run to tie it at 17 going into the fourth. USM’s Britt Barefoot gave USM the lead for good on a 28-yard field goal, and Damion Fletcher put it away with a 24-yard scoring play.
Player of the game:
Southern Miss CB Chico Hunter made 15 tackles, a tackle for loss, and broke up two passes
Stat Leaders: Southern Miss
- Passing: Austin Davis, 18-31, 219 yds, 2 TD
Rushing: Damion Fletcher, 23-87. Receiving: Shawn Nelson, 7-110
Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 17-34, 256 yds, 2 TD, 1 INT
Rushing: Reggie Arnold, 15-84, 1 TD. Receiving: Trevor Gillott, 5-79

Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... The defense wasn’t always a rock against Arkansas State, but it was strong when it had to be at the very end and in the first half. The offense got a nice, efficient day out of Austin Davis, who appears to be growing more and more into the starter’s role. This is a good Red Wolves team that’s playing extremely well. This wasn’t just some win over a Sun Belt team.

Sept. 6
Arkansas State 83 … Texas Southern 10
Arkansas State score 52 straight points in the first 23 minutes and rolled up 670 yards for the game, including 441 on the ground, with Corey Leonard throwing four touchdown passes including a 53 yarder and a 25 yarder to David Johnson. While Leonard was razor sharp, it was all about the running game as Reggie Arnold ran for two second quarter scores highlighted by a 56-yard dash. Even the defense came through with scores getting a 53-yard fumble return for a touchdown from Demario Davis.
Player of the game:
 Arkansas State QB Corey Leonard completed 9-of-10 passes for 229 yards and four touchdowns and ran once for 21 yards
Stat Leaders: Texas Southern - Passing: Cornelius Harmon, 7-19, 75 yds
Rushing: Lucas Caparelli, 10-41 Receiving: William Osborne, 5-68, 1 TD
Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 9-10, 229 yds, 4 TD
Rushing: Derek Lawson, 18-209, 1 TD. Receiving: David Johnson, 3-87, 2 TD
 
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ... Who cares if it’s Texas Southern? 83-10?! If you’re Arkansas State, you put up as many points as humanly possible on every team you can do it to. The running game was unstoppable against TSU, while Corey Leonard was almost perfect throwing the ball. If that wasn’t enough, the defense did everything right. If nothing else, this was an intimidation game. You don’t play this well unless you have everything tuned up and humming.

Aug. 30
Arkansas State 18 ... Texas A&M 14
Arkansas State scored 15 unanswered points in the second half taking the lead on a 15-yard Kevin Jones touchdown catch with under five minutes to play, and putting it away on a 37-yard Josh Arauco field goal with 1:12 remaining. A&M moved deep into ASU territory on the final drive, but Ben Owens picked off a Stephen McGee pass in the final seconds to seal the win. The Aggies turned the ball over four times, but they got up 14-3 in the first half on two Mike Goodson touchdown runs, but the offense failed to score in the second half. ASU outrushed A&M 255 yards to 133.
Player of the game: Arkansas State QB Corey Leonard completed 15 of 28 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown, and ran 17 times for 86 yards.
Stat Leaders: Arkansas State - Passing: Corey Leonard, 15-28, 160 yds, 1 TD
Rushing: Reggie Arnold, 21-145. Receiving:
Jahbari McLennan, 6-73
Texas A&M - Passing: Stephen McGee, 19-27, 170 yds, 2 INT
Rushing: Mike Goodson, 24-124, 2 TD. Receiving: Mike Goodson, 6-30
Whoopty doo. What does it all mean, Basil? ...
Alright ASU, use this win over Texas A&M and get the season rolling. Corey Leonard proved he's a great all-around quarterback who can lead the way to big wins, and the offensive line showed it can handle itself against the big boys. Now the Red Wolves need to keep the momentum going and get off to a big start to the year. There isn't a game until November, when ASU has to go to Alabama, that's not winnable. Now the expectations can be ramped up.

2008 Recruiting Class

Star of the Class

Tyler Barnes:  6-4, 290, OL, Bentonville, Ark. (Bentonville High School)
Three-year starter on the offensive line at Bentonville High School . . . 2007 Preseason All-State and All-Conference selection . . . Named Offensive Player of the Year  as a senior. . . Associated Press Super Team, All-Area, All-District selection while at Bentonville . . . Named to Bentonville High School Honor Roll multiple times . . . Also recruited by Middle Tennessee and Tulsa.


Potential Instant Impact Players

Bradley Guillory:  6-3, 308, Jr., OL, Lafayette, La. (Kilgore (TX) College)
Helped lead Kilgore (TX) College to an 8-4 record and a No. 15 national ranking in the final NJCAA/JC Football.com poll . . . Part of an offensive line that led the Rangers to a No. 6 national ranking in total offense with 417.7 yards per game . . . Kilgore also ranked No. 9 nationally in rushing offense with 225.4 yards per game and added 192.3 yards per game through the air to rank No. 16 . . . A three-year football letterman at Carencro High School in Lafayette, La., Guillory earned second team all-district honors as a sophomore, first team all-state recognition as a junior and second team all-state honors as a senior.

Leroy Trahan:  5-10, 175, So., DB, Rialto, Calif. (San Bernardino Valley (CA) College)Posted six interceptions for 89 yards, seven pass break-ups and 29 tackles as a freshman in 2007 at San Bernardino Valley (CA) College . . . Earned First Team All-Foothill Conference as an All-State Nominee, Region 3 Football All-America and All-California Community College First Team Defense recognition . . . While at Carter High School in Rialto, Calif., Trahan was a two-year varsity football letterman as a wide receiver and defensive back . . . Two-year varsity baseball letterman and helped lead Carter to its first ever conference baseball title in 2006.

Rest of the Class

Eric Allen:  6-1, 285, OL, Daphne, Ala. (Daphne High School)

Ryan Aplin:  6-1, 190, QB, Tampa, Fla. (Fleming Island High School)

Graham Bates:  6-0, 182, DB, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (Allen D. Nease High School)

Najel Byrd:  6-0, 215, LB, West Helena, Ark. (Central High School)

Taylor Clements:  5-10, 187, Jr., WR, Chico, Calif. (Butte (CA) College)

Rashad Fields:  6-1, 195, DB, Caruthersville, Mo. (Caruthersville High School)

Nathan Herrold:  6-3, 230, LB, Ozark, Mo. (Ozark High School)

Brandon Johnson:  6-4, 307, OL, Memphis, Tenn. (Whitehaven High School)

Ronnie Johnson:  6-1, 190, RB, Marbury, Ala. (Marbury High School)

Don Jones:  6-0, 193, DB, Town Creek, Ala. (Hazlewood High School)

Gregory McCall:  5-11, 297, DT, Prattville, Ala. (Prattville High School)

Jahbari McLennan:  5-11, 185, Jr., WR, Austin, Texas (Trinity Valley (TX) CC)

Cordarious Mingo:  5-11, 195, Jr., DB, Terrell, Texas (Trinity Valley (TX) CC)

Walter Moody:  5-11, 175, So., DB, Oakland, Miss. (Northwest Mississippi CC)

Kedric Murry:  6-3, 258, TE, Pleasant Grove, Ala. (Pleasant Grove High School)

Allen Muse:  6-4, 205, WR, Leesville, La. (Leesville High School)

Derek Newton:  6-6, 325, Jr., OL, Utica, Miss. (Hinds CC)

Brandon Parker:  6-1, 180, K, Coral Springs, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas HS)

Kiano Prater:  6-5, 280, Jr., OL, San Bernardino, Calif. (San Bernardino Valley (CA) College)

Justin Schoemehl:  6-3, 212, TE, St. Louis, Mo. (Oakville High School)

Andre Smith:  6-2, 190, QB, Killeen, Texas (Shoemaker High School)

Timothy Starson:  6-5, 209, DE, Fort Smith, Ark. (Northside High School)

Taylor Stockemer:  6-4, 200, WR, Van Buren, Ark. (Van Buren High School)

Dewayne Watts:  5-11, 185, ATH, Bearden, Ark. (Bearden High School)

2008 Recap

Recap:
For the first time since 2004, the Indians swam in uncharted waters, finishing the season below the .500 mark.  After a nice start that included a moral victory in the opener with Texas, Arkansas State slumped in the middle of the season, showing an inability to protect QB Corey Leonard or get pressure on opposing quarterbacks.  With the talented trio of Leonard, RB Reggie Arnold, and WR Levi Dejohnette in Jonesboro, the Indians had too much skill position talent to slump on offense, a byproduct of inconsistent blocking up front.

Offensive Player of the Year:
QB Corey Leonard

Defensive Player of the Year: S Tyrell Johnson

Biggest Surprise: Scheduled as a Week 1 tune-up, the Indians darn near picked off Texas in Austin on Sept. 1.  Behind a plucky defense and a fourth quarter rally, Arkansas State closed the gap to 21-13, and was within a converted onside kick from getting the ball back in the final minute.   

Biggest Disappointment: The pass defense.  Sure, the Indians only allowed 197 yards a game, but it’s the 21 touchdown passes that were cause for concern.  For a unit that boasted four senior starters and a pair of All-Sun Belt first-teamers, it got burned too often, yielding at least two scoring strikes in seven games.  

Looking Ahead: While the defensive backfield gets gutted by graduation, the offensive backfield is thrilled to get Leonard and Arnold back for another season.  DE Alex Carrington has the size and quickness to give a lift in 2008 to the Indians’ sagging pass rush.

 

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