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Running and Fitness: Strategy is what makes marathons exciting to watch

By MOE JOHNSON
Running with Moe

Last weekend the Olympic Trials marathon was televised.  

Some people who are not runners wonder how you can watch a group of people run for more than three hours. You see the same thing the entire time. You watch a person, or several persons, running, and then running some more. Not much excitement for non-runners to understand.  

Men's College Basketball: Texas State tries to break spell against Louisiana-Lafayette

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Texas State has never beaten Louisiana-Lafayette in men's basketball.

The Bobcats carry an 0-6 record into today's 4:30 p.m. clash with the Ragin' Cajuns inside Strahan Coliseum. Considering where Texas State (10-13, 4-10 Sun Belt) stands right now, it would sure be the perfect time to break that 0-fer against UL Lafayette (14-10, 10-5 SBC).

Bobcat Baseball: Texas State starts fast, finishes strong to beat Washington State 6-2

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor 
 
Texas State was patient at the plate and aggressive on the base paths. 
 
A pair of solo home runs by Jonathan Ortega and Tanner Hill and seven steady innings from Lucas Humpal didn't hurt, either, as the Bobcats eventually collected a 6-2 season-opening victory over Washington State in front of 2,183 fans inside Bobcat Ballpark.
 

Men's College Basketball: Slow start dooms Texas State in lopsided loss to Louisiana-Monroe

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Texas State can't take a punch right now.

The best boxers, including Floyd Mayweather, don't waver when its counterpart lands a big shot.

Unlike those pugilists, when an opponent strikes the Bobcats in the mouth, as Louisiana-Monroe did during its 76-57 thrashing of Danny Kaspar's team on Thursday night inside Strahan Coliseum, they have struggled to regain their footing.

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