Rely on its revamped defense.
Run the ball down Prairie View A&M’s throat.
Texas State had a simple recipe for success in last Saturday’s home opener. It’s safe to say the Bobcats mixed all three pretty well in a 28-3 win over the Panthers.
“We came out and started pretty good,” said Texas State senior quarterback Tyler Arndt, who guided the offense on consecutive touchdown drives after the defense forced consecutive three-and-outs on PVAMU’s first two possessions. “We’re not where we want to be, I know that.”