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JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas State is to open its 2014 season with two difficult tests on the road in September.
The Red Wolves posted their finalized schedule on Saturday and they’ll open at home on Aug. 30 against Montana State.
A week later, ASU plays at Tennessee and a week after that, at Miami.
They return home on Sept. 27 to face Utah State.
The Red Wolves open Sun Belt Conference play on Oct. 4, hosting Louisiana-Monroe. That’s followed by three road games, at Georgia State, Louisiana-Lafayette and Idaho.
ASU plays South Alabama at home on Nov. 8 and stays home for a Nov. 15 game against Appalachian State. They go to Texas State on Nov. 22 and close out the year at home a week later against New Mexico State in Jonesboro.
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