GoDaddy Bowl set for 8 p.m. kickoff

MOBILE, AL (AP) - Arkansas State keeps winning football games no matter who is on the sidelines.

The Red Wolves (7-5) have become a regular at the GoDaddy Bowl, returning to Mobile for a third straight season. They will face Ball State (10-2) on Sunday night at Ladd-Peebles Stadium.

Arkansas State has enjoyed its run of success despite constant coaching staff changes. The Red Wolves have had four head coaches over the past four seasons and a fifth - former North Carolina offensive coordinator Blake Anderson - is set to take over after Sunday's game. Previous coach Bryan Harsin left the program for Boise State.

Compared to the Red Wolves, Ball State is a model of consistency. Third-year coach Pete Lembo has led the Cardinals to just their third 10-win season in program history.

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