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Arkansas State bumps off Kansas State 35-31

The second Sun Belt team to go on the road and get a win as well as a paycheck are the Red Wolves

Logan Bonner of the Arkansas State Red Wolves looks to pass during the game against the Arkansas State Red Wolves at Sanford Stadium on September 14, 2019 in Athens, Georgia. Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images

The Sun Belt continues to make their case for joining the Power Five as the Arkansas State Red Wolves knocked of the Kansas State Wildcats 35-31 at Bill Snyder Stadium in Manhattan, Kansas on Sunday.

Wide receiver Jonathan Adams was the star with eight catches for 98 yards and three touchdowns, including this one to clinch the massive road win for ASU.

The Red Wolves lost to Memphis last week 37-24 in the Liberty Bowl, and had Covid-19 issues plaguing the team already this season. They came to the Little Apple as 13-point underdogs, and came away with their first win over a P5 opponent since 2008. It’s their first win against a major conference school in 22 tries.

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