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Texas State quarterback Tyler Jones tries to escape the pressure from Louisiana-Lafayette linebacker Otha Peters during last season's 49-27 loss in Lafayette, Louisiana (Buddy Delahoussaye/ The Acadiana Advocate).

2015 Revisited: Texas State falters in second half as Louisiana-Lafayette surges to win

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Editor's Note: This story was published in the print edition of the Daily Record on Sunday, October 12, 2015. 

LAFAYETTE, La. — Whatever the coaches are telling Texas State at halftime, they may want to change it up.

Similar to three weeks back in a shootout loss to Southern Miss, the Bobcats came out lethargic after the break and paid for it dearly once again.

Texas State Notebook: Jordan Kohl, Team collect second summer title at World Deaf Volleyball Championships

From Staff Reports

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Texas State's Jordan Kohl and Team USA are two for two this summer.

On Friday, Team USA beat Ukraine 3-0 for the World Deaf Volleyball Championship. It was the Red, White and Blue's second title this summer as Team USA also collected the PANAM Deaf Volleyball Championship. 

At the World Deaf Volleyball Championships, Team USA secured wins over Brazil, Canada, Japan, Russia, Poland, Turkey and Ukraine in the preliminaries. 

Running and Fitness: Be safe, have a great summer and practice some common sense

By MOE JOHNSON
Running with Moe

One of the best things about the activity of running is that you can do it anywhere at any time.  

You can run on vacations, in other cities, in mountains, forests or far off countries. If you are traveling a pair of shoes and a running outfit takes up very little space in a travel bag.  

Runners are often compulsive about their sport and will occasionally get on a “streak” of consecutive days out on the roads and will do almost anything to keep that streak going.  

Texas signee David Hamilton will honor his college commitment to the school and not turn pro (Gerald Castillo/ Daily Record).

College Baseball: David Hamilton turns down pro offer, will enroll at Texas

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

David Hamilton is officially headed to Texas.

The deadline for players to sign with the organization that selected them in June’s MLB First Year Player Draft was last Friday. 

The Daily Record confirmed that Hamilton, a former shortstop at San Marcos, did not sign with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Angels picked Hamilton in the 28th round, but he will instead honor his college commitment to the University of Texas. The news was first reported by Travis Recek of Time Warner Sports.

MLB: Iwakuma's arm, Cano's bat pushes Mariners past Astros

By ERIK ERICKSON
Associated Press

SEATTLE (AP) — After losing his first two starts against Houston this season, Seattle's Hisashi Iwakuma got the better of the Astros on Saturday with one of his best performances of the season.

Iwakuma limited Houston to two hits in seven innings, Robinson Cano provided the only scoring with a RBI single in the sixth and the Mariners beat the Astros 1-0.

"It was payback time," Iwakuma said through an interpreter. "They got me pretty good the last couple starts. We just knew we had to change our game plan."

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