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College Football: Texas State welcomes No. 6 Houston for home opener

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Usually when players and coaches say a game is more about “themselves” rather than their opponent, it’s a euphemism for saying that they have more to work on internally as a team.

This week however, Texas State (1-1) might actually be better served focusing on themselves in preparation for its home opener against No. 6 Houston (3-0). The teams aren’t billed too drastically different.

Okay backup. They’re not too drastically different in theory.

Get to know: San Antonio McCollum

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

The Rattlers (1-3, 0-0 14-6A) play their second road game of the season when they play San Antonio McCollum (1-3, 0-0 29-5A) tonight. 

To preview the game, the Daily Record talked to McCollum head coach Greg Felux.

The Cowboys enter tonight’s game against San Marcos on a three-game losing streak with their lone win coming against South San Antonio. Felux discussed his team in a Q&A with the Record.

 

Q: How would you say the season has gone so far?

Sounds of Practice: 9/20 and 9/21: Gabe Schrade, Dallas McClarty and coordinators

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

 

Offensive Coordinator Brett Elliott:

Looking back at Arkansas:

“The minuses were that we didn’t stay on the field and we put our defense in a horrible positon. I thought (Arkansas) played really well and it’s tough to hang against that team. We didn’t execute very well all the way around at every position.”

High School Volleyball: Incarnate Word tops San Marcos

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Marcos (12-20, 0-0 14-6A) dropped its final non-district game, 3-0 (18-25, 10-25, 14-25), against Incarnate Word on Tuesday. 

Although the Lady Rattlers dropped their fourth straight game, head coach Michelle Moreno said her team fought throughout the match.

“You can’t take anything away from them they were a good team, good squad,” Moreno said. “I thought our team battled. Unfortunately, we were on the short end.”

Photo by Gerald Castillo

Coach Speak: San Antonio McCollum

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Coach Speak will be an ongoing series where we get the prospective from San Marcos’ coaches on the week’s opponent.

San Marcos’ defense struggled Friday night in its 38-35 loss to San Antonio Taft. 

The Rattlers gave up 322 rushing yards and three touchdowns to Raider running back Justin Stevenson. 

San Marcos defensive coordinator Gilbert Rodriguez said Stevenson’s big night was the result of multiple defensive misalignments.

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