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College Football: Offense runs dry in State's loss to UL Lafayette

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Texas State (2-5, 0-3 in the Sun Belt) couldn’t reverse its fortunes against Louisiana Lafayette (3-4, 2-2 in the Sun Belt) Saturday night.

After scoring on their opening possession, the Bobcats were shutout for the remainder of the game during their 27-3 homecoming loss to the Ragin’ Cajuns inside Bobcat Stadium.

College Football: Texas State-UL Lafayette

Update (9:25) Final: UL-Lafayette 27, Texas State 3

UL-Lafayette added another touchdown with an 18-yard scoring pass to Keenan Barnes. 

Update (8:35): End of the 3rd Quarter: UL-Lafayette 20, Texas State 3

The Ragin Cajun's added to their lead with a one-yard touchdown run by senior running back Elijah McGuire. 

Bobcats trail 20-3 entering the final quarter. 


Update (7:45): Halftime: UL-Lafayette 13, Texas State 3

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High School Football: Rattlers grind out 17-14 win over Manor, secure playoff spot


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San Marcos (5-3, 3-0 14-6A) fought its way to a 17-14 win over Manor (1-7, 0-3) on Friday.

The Rattler defense put together another strong performance, while the offense did enough to pull out the win against the Mustangs.

Here are three takeaways from the Rattlers’ 17-14 win against the Mustangs:

1. Defense shines again

San Marcos’ defense held its ground against an athletic Manor offense.

High School Football: Rattlers could clinch playoff spot tonight

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San Marcos' goal of winning a district championship is in its sight. 

But the Rattlers don’t want to look too far ahead with three games remaining in District 14-6A competition. San Marcos (4-3, 2-0 14-6A) wants to focus on tonight’s game against Manor (1-6, 0-2) at 7:30 p.m.

“As the games get bigger, everybody puts more pressure on each other,” head coach Mark Soto said. “Really, you’ve just got to worry about the game in front of you.”



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