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The history of Arkansas State Football from Wikipedia.
The Arkansas State Red Wolves football team represents Arkansas State University in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) college football competition. The team was originally founded in 1911, and, since 2001, Arkansas State has competed as a member of the Sun Belt Conference. Until 2008, the team's name was the Arkansas State Indians.
The school itself was founded in 1909, and, two years later, Arkansas State fielded its first football team in 1911. That season, they compiled a 1–1–0 record in two games against Paragould High School. In 1918, the team was temporarily disbanded due to the First World War. The 1941 season was the team's last before another hiatus for the Second World War, and Arkansas State lost all seven of their games by a margin of 308 points to 0.
From 1937 until 1953, Arkansas State competed as a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). During the 1950s under coach Forrest England, ASU emerged as a bit of a regional football power, appearing in four post-season bowl games from 1951 to 1953. The Indians won the 1951 Refrigerator Bowl, tied the 1953 Tangerine Bowl and lost in both the 1952 Refrigerator Bowl and the 1951 Tangerine Bowl. The 1951 games were both played after the 1951 season.