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Texas State Football: 2016 Season Preview

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With a tough non-conference schedule and young team at his disposal, head coach Everett Withers' first year won't be easy.

In fact, it'll be hard to judge Texas State based solely on a win-loss record this season because of the roster turnover and overall restructuring of the program.

Despite all the challenges that face him this season, Withers looks at his first year similarly to his first season at James Madison in 2014. He set a standard there and made no exceptions, sound familiar?

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High School Football: Hornets sting Rattlers in season opener

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SAN ANTONIO —  East Central running back Jauwan Hall spliced through San Marcos’ defense en route to a 40-21 Rattlers’ season-opening loss.

Hall broke off touchdown scampers of 61 yards, and 29 yard during East Central's dominating performance  on the ground Friday night inside Hornet Stadium. 

“They ran one play and we couldn’t stop it,” San Marcos head coach Mark Soto said. “We have to figure that out. “

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College Football: State to begin beer and wine sales during football games

Sports Editor

Texas State will sell beer and wine during football games starting this fall.

Following a "successful" implementation of beer and wine sales for baseball and softball, according to the University, Bobcat Stadium will add the new beverage options for football.

College Football: Williams ruled ineligible by NCAA

Sports Editor

Texas State's roster took yet another blow this weekend.

Freshman quarterback Devin Williams announced via Twitter that he will no longer be attending Texas State this fall following a decision by the NCAA. The Mansfield native had been sitting out of Texas State's fall camp as he awaited his decision from the NCAA concerning his eligibility.

Williams classifies as a "non-qualifier" meaning he did not have the grades to enroll at the university.

High School Football: Turnovers sting San Marcos in loss to East Central

Nick Castillo
Daily Record Sports 

San Marcos began the season with a 40-21 loss to East Central on  Friday  in San Antonio.

Here are three takeaways from the Rattlers’ season-opener:

1. Turnovers prove costly

San Marcos began the game with a quick offensive drive into East Central territory. The Rattlers were able to convert a fourth down attempt with a pass from senior quarterback Tyler Moreno to senior tight end Robert Marchan. But Marchan fumbled the ball. 


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