Arkansas St. Rumors & News

  • Arkansas State Forward Anthony Livingston to Transfer to Texas Tech

    Staking the Plains "Texas Tech has added graduate transfer Anthony Livingston, a 6’8″ and 230 pound forward who was previously at Arkansas State. Livingston was the leading scorer for the Red Wolves, averaging 15.5 points and 9.4 rebounds. Livingston also shot just 43% from the field and 86% from the free throw line...." May 19

  • Arkansas State forward Anthony Livingston to transfer

    Today's U "According to a report from Jeff Goodman of ESPN, Arkansas State senior forward Anthony Livingston will play elsewhere next season as graduate student transfer. While it remains unknown as to where Livingston will end up prior to the start of next season, Goodman made a point to mention that “high..." March 31

  • Report: Arkansas State hires Baylor assistant Grant McCasland as coach

    SI "Arkansas State has hired Baylor assistant coach Grant McCasland as head coach, reports Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. McCasland, who played at Baylor, has worked at the school as an assistant since 2011. Prior to joining the Bears staff, he was a successful head coach at the junior college and..." March 15

  • Arkansas State coach John Brady to resign at end of 2015-16 season

    CBS Sports "Arkansas State coach John Brady will resign at the end of the 2015-16 season, athletic director Terry Mohajir announced on Monday night. "John alerted me of his intentions to resign at the end of the season, at which time we had a conversation regarding his decision," Mohajir said "I have a..." November 17

  • Arkansas State’s leading scorer charged with assaulting a police officer

    College Basketball Talk "Anthony Livingston was arrested on Thursday night after a run-in with police outside of a hospital in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Livingston, the sophomore forward for the Arkansas State men’s basketball team, was charged with second-degree assault after punching a police officer in the throat. Troy..." June 01

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 08