Arkansas is a large battlefield - 52,068 square miles. So the Sun Belt's Trojan-Indian war for the Natural State is pretty big stuff, and has produced some memorable scrums in years past. Last night's Battle of Wounded Knee was no exception yet an exceptionally good one, as injury-depleted Arkansas State was down to their last five men but came back and beat UALR at Little Rock 74-70 after trailing for most of the game.
The hero of the day was Corporal Tipler, who battled through a knee injury to rally the troops from a 10-point halftime deficit and score a career-high 30 points. The 5'10" senior may soon be called to play center - after Lorenzo Hampton
went down with a hamstring injury in the first half, the ASU infirmary now seats four.
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