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College Football: Arkansas shows State still has a long way to go

ISHMAEL JOHNSON

Texas State still has a lot to fix.

Perhaps the aurora surrounding the Bobcats’ season-opening win over Ohio masked that for two weeks, but head coach Everett Withers’ team still has some significant flaws to work out.

Winning solves everything and in Texas State’s case, it hid the team’s biggest flaw — inexperience.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Houston not taking State lightly

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Tom Herman isn’t pulling any punches this weekend.

The second-year head coach of the No. 6 Houston Cougars respects Texas State and head coach Everett Withers who he considers a close friend. 

Herman was asked during his weekly press conference Monday if he would rest senior quarterback Greg Ward Jr. this Saturday when the No. 6 Cougars travel to San Marcos for Texas State’s home opener. Ward Jr. sat out Houston’s week two game against Lamar.

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High School Football: Rattlers fall short in 38-35 loss to San Antonio Taft

Nick Castillo

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos senior quarterback Tyler Moreno heaved a pass into double coverage down 38-28 to San Antonio Taft on Friday and found senior wide receiver Cross Cuevas for a late-game six-yard touchdown.

The Rattlers recovered the ensuing onside kick but the ball failed to travel the required 10 yards and Taft took possession. The Raiders (2-2, 0-0 28-6A) ran out the clock and secured a 38-35 win over San Marcos (1-3, 0-0 14-6A).

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

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
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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