Arkansas State came away with a 31-13 win over the University of Central Florida in the AutoNation Cure Bowl Saturday, in Orlando, Fla., in a Division-I college football bowl game that wrapped up the …
Arkansas State came away with a 31-13 win over the University of Central Florida in the AutoNation Cure Bowl Saturday, in Orlando, Fla., in a Division-I college football bowl game that wrapped up the collegiate career of a pair of former Bradley County standouts Chad Voytik and Caleb Houston.
Voytik came away with his second bowl victory of his career as the redshirt senior quarterback received five carries in the game with his longest rush going for two yards in a game where rushing yards were at a premium with 41 combined between both the Red Wolves and Knights.
While the 2012 Cleveland High School graduate came away on the winning sideline, Houston had a strong performance and nearly a career-best outing.
The 2012 Walker Valley High School graduate boomed 10 punts, matching his previous collegiate career-high, which totaled 440 yards. The yardage mark was just nine yards shy from his previous college best and 23 away from the UCF single-game record.
Both Voytik and Houston have graduated from college with degrees and are in pursuit of their Master’s Degree now that football is over.
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