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Bobcat Football: Former Hays quarterback Braeden Kent won't attend Texas State, reopens recruitment

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Braeden Kent won’t be at Texas State in 2017.
The soon to be Hays graduate, who was supposed to receive a grey shirt from the Bobcats, was informed at last Saturday's maroon and gold spring game, which he attended, that a scholarship was no longer available to him. 

Features: For Texas State's Ron and Zenarae Antoine, it's great to be back under the same roof once again

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Zenarae Antoine’s mind was racing. 
Antoine had to call her husband, but at the time, she didn’t believe the news herself, so coming up with the words to say, wasn’t easy.
It wasn’t anything bad, it was just unexpected.
She was pregnant.
“I told the doctors, ‘There is no way.’”

Bobcat Football: The final score said the offense won, but the defense dominated Saturday's spring game

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The scoreboard read: Maroon 71, Gold 70.
In other words: Offense 71, Defense 70.
In the past, head coach Everett Withers has said it doesn’t matter if a side wins by one point — like Brett Elliott’s group did during Saturday’s spring game — or by a landslide, a win is a win.
Yet, given how the format was clearly skewed toward the offense, the fact that Randal McCray’s cohort posted 70 points was rather impressive. 


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