Crews shifted gears in the open field

Posted: December 4, 2012 at 3:42 a.m.

Of all the touchdowns I saw Donald Crews score for the Southern Arkansas Muleriders some 60 years ago, the two that most impressed me didn’t even count This was 1951, the year SAU finished its climb from a junior college to a four-year school. In a 9-1 season, the Muleriders lost only to McNeese (La.) State.

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