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UALR, ASU eye bye with tournament near

Posted: March 1, 2014 at 3:02 a.m.

UALR Coach Steve Shields knows a bye in the Sun Belt Tournament is at stake in today’s game against Arkansas State and he said he let the team know the possibilities. “Those things keep hope alive within a team,” Shields said. “Our guys are very aware of that.”

UALR Coach Steve Shields knows a bye in the Sun Belt Tournament is at stake in today’s game against Arkansas State and he said he let the team know the possibilities. “Those things keep hope alive within a team,” Shields said. “Our guys are very aware of that.”

Neither UALR nor Arkansas State can clinch a bye at the upcoming Sun Belt Conference Tournament when they meet tonight at the Jack Stephens Center in Little Rock, but a victory would sure help.

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