September 17, 2007
JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -- Tennessee fans should remember this name: Corey Leonard.
The quarterback helped Arkansas State to a 45-28 victory over SMU on Saturday by throwing for two touchdowns and running for three.
Leonard threw for a career-high 266 yards to help the Indians avenge a 55-9 loss to SMU last year. Leonard also had 20 carries for 52 yards.
Arkansas State's Reggie Arnold tied a career high with 156 yards rushing.
Arkansas State plays at Tennessee this Saturday. Kickoff in Neyland Stadium is set for 7 p.m. It's the first ever meeting between the two schools.