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Arkansas State quarterback Fredi Knighten looks for a receiver during the Red Wolves' 55-40 loss at Louisiana-Lafayette on Oct. 21. ASU visits Idaho this afternoon.
By Matthew V. Roberson, Sun sports writer
JONESBORO — The race is far from over.
Arkansas State has been in this position and the one thing it knows better than anyone is nothing is decided. It's the Red Wolves' belief that anything can happen, and. . . more »
Which Olympic sport is played with stones and brooms?
Who averaged the most points in a NBA game through a season and how many?
Answer: Wilt Chamberlain 23,924
What breakthrough was made by Lili de Alvarez on center court at Wimbledon in 1931?
Answer: She wore shorts. She was the first woman to do so at Wimbledon.
Who is the first NASCAR driver to reach $100 million in career earnings?
Answer: Jeff Gordon - Jeff was born on August 4th 1971. He is a four time Sprint Cup Series winner.
Who scored the most points in a NBA game and how many?
Answer: Wilt Chamberlain 50
How many cars get to start at the Indianapolis 500?
Answer: 33 - This is the normal number, although there have been exceptions. In 1979 and 1997, 35 cars started the race.
Who did the New York Giants beat by a point in the closest Super Bowl ever?
Answer: The Buffalo Bills.
Which Summer Olympic Games was the first to be televised live?
Answer: 1936 (XI Olympiad) Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany
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Former police lieutenant sentenced to prison
Arrest warrant issued for Ark. housing chief
Wall Street caps wild October with rally
September consumer spending down 0.2 percent
Consumer sentiment index reaches 7-year high
Medicare pays for medications after death
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