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Texas State rising junior Granger Studdard rounds the bases after clubbing a home run against the Texas Longhorns last season.

College Baseball: Texas State's Studdard gears up for junior campaign in California

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Granger Studdard made quite an impression last season in the California Collegiate League.

After all, the Hays product mashed the ball during his debut campaign to the tune of a .332 batting average to go with five home runs and 49 RBI. He added an All-Star game nod to what was an all-around breakthrough 2014.  

Now, fresh off a relatively strong sophomore season at Texas State, Studdard is back for a second summer with the Santa Barbara Foresters.

High School Baseball: Gutierrez, Villasana make the most of one last game

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ROUND ROCK — They didn’t anticipate being selected, but a pair of Rattlers made the most of their opportunity.

It wasn’t the state tournament, but playing inside the Dell Diamond on Sunday night was still a moment worth remembering for San Marcos graduates and now former Rattlers Nick Gutierrez and Carlos Villasana.

College Softball: Texas State raises $2,315 for David Gish fund

This season, with the Strikeout Cancer game as well as online auctions, the Texas State softball team raised a total of $2,315 for the David Gish Fund on behalf of Ty Harrington.

During the past two seasons, the softball team has had both Gish and Harrington throw out the honorary first pitch at the Strikeout Cancer game.

The Bobcats received more than $1,800 in T-shirt sales from the game and an additional $500 from the online auctions that included Texas State memorabilia, signed gear from softball assistant coach Cat Osterman and a signed bat from Harrington.  

Countdown to Kickoff: With Winston gone, will Florida State miss a beat in 2015?

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Editor’s Note: Starting this Sunday, the Daily Record will be previewing each of Texas State’s football opponents in 2015. Check back each Sunday for a new foe.

Florida State might soon be dubbed “Quarterback U.”

After all, the Seminoles, who open their season on Sept. 5 by hosting Texas State inside Doak Campbell Stadium, have seen three quarterbacks (Christian Ponder, E.J. Manuel and Jameis Winston) picked in the first round of the past four NFL Drafts.

College Football: Relive Texas State's 65-0 rout over Arkansas-Pine Bluff in last season's opener

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Texas State wore out the PA announcer’s voice inside the press box with this popular refrain.

The commentary usually went as follows: “Touchdown, Bobcats...Tyler Jones to name that wide receiver for fill in the blank amount of yards.”

Texas State scored early and often — and looked flawless doing it  — as Dennis Franchione’s team routed Arkansas-Pine Bluff 65-0 on Saturday night inside Bobcat Stadium.


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