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College Football: Arkansas rolls past Texas State, 42-3

Sports Editor

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.— Bret Bielema isn’t a fan of parties.

If the early bye week didn’t slow Texas State’s (1-1) momentum following week one’s win over Ohio, Saturday night’s 42-3 loss to No. 24 Arkansas (3-0) inside Donald W. Reynolds Stadium sure did.

But if anything, Saturday was a reminder of what head coach Everett Withers has repeatedly stressed since taking over at Texas State — they’re far from a finished product.

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Breaking down Texas State's basketball schedule

Ishmael Johnson

Sports Editor

In roughly two months, Texas State will open its season in Hawaii for the Outrigger Resorts Rainbow Classic.

For some pre-season content, here is a more thorough breakdown of the Bobcats’ 2016-17 schedule that was released last month.

Florida Atlantic – Friday, November 11, Honolulu, Hawaii

Player(s) to watch: Junior guard Ronald Delph (leading scorer) and sophomore guard Nick Rutherford (117 assists)

Key loss(es): Forward C.J. Turman (7 rebounds per game)

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High School Football: San Marcos comeback falls short, Taft defeats Rattlers, 38-35

Nick Castillo

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos (1-3, 0-0 14-6A) dropped its second consecutive game Friday against San Antonio Taft (2-2, 0-0 28-6A), 38-35.

Here are three takeaways from the Rattlers’ 38-35 loss to Taft.

1.Raiders run game plays strong

San Marcos has had its problem against the run this season. Taft took advantage of those issues throughout Friday’s game.

High School Football: Get to know S.A. Taft's Brian Davenport

Nick Castillo

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos (1-2, 0-0 14-6A) takes on the San Antonio Taft Raiders (1-2, 0-0 28-6A) tonight at 7:30 p.m. in its third straight home game. 

To preview the game, the Daily Record talked with Raider head coach Brian Davenport

Taft began the season with a 28-14 win over San Antonio Lee but dropped its last two games.  Davenport talked about his team in a Q&A with the Record before Friday’s game. 

Q: After three games where are you at as a program?

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High School Football: Rattlers searching for offensive rhythm

Nick Castillo

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos offensive coordinator Victor Sierra gathered his offense following Wednesday’s practice and preached the importance of responding. 

The Rattlers (1-2, 0-0 14-6A) will try to respond tonight when they take on San Antonio Taft (1-2, 0-0 28-6A) following a 49-35 loss to New Braunfels. 

“Last Friday left a bad taste in our mouth,” Sierra said. “(The players) have had to go out and work hard and get after it, and understand Taft is a quality opponent. We expect another hard fought battle and they need to respond to it.”



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