ASU's Ryan Aplin is the SBC all-time leader in career total offense

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Recent Results

October 4

* Arkansas State 34, FIU 20 (ESPNU) - 6:30 p.m.

Upcoming Games

* South Alabama at Arkansas State - 6 p.m.

A-State is set to play its fourth game of the year at Liberty Bank, where it has put together seven consecutive seasons with a winning record and a 33-8 mark since the 2005 campaign.

ASU will play South Alabama for the first time in school history, and is catching the Jaguars on its Homecoming date.

The Red Wolves have won eight of their last nine Homecoming games.

ASU is coming off a 34-20 win at Florida International and will be looking for back-to-back victories for the first time since winning nine in a row to end the 2011 regular-season.

The Red Wolves claimed their first road win against FIU since 2006, and increased their road winning streak against conference opponents to five games.

Senior quarterback Ryan Aplin became the Sun Belt Conference's all-time leader in total offense, finishing the FIU game with 273 yards to give him 10,365 for his career and move him past ULM's Steven Jyles for the record.  He needs 185 yards to become the league's second all-time leader in passing yards.

Quashuan Lee recorded his third career interception and a game-high 12 tackles against FIU, marking the second time he has posted double-figure stops in a game.

ASU has posted 400 yards of total offense in four of its first six games and scored at least 30 points in four games as well.