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Opinion: Believe in the hype around the San Marcos Rattlers

Just My Type

The Rattlers are good.

Good enough to break their playoff drought? You better believe it.

Good enough to beat Alamo Heights next week? Don’t bet against it.

Good enough to win the district? You never know.

It has been 13 years since San Marcos started off a season like this. Behind their 67-9 rout of Memorial last Friday night, the Rattlers turned back the clocks to 2002 with a 4-0 opening to their 2015 campaign.

San Marcos has reached this point in almost every conceivable form and fashion.

Women's College Soccer: Texas State notches sixth consecutive win, bests Little Rock in double OT

Daily Record Intern

Mother Nature tried her best on Friday to stop the streaking ’Cats.

Little Rock tried its best to stop the streaking ‘Cats on Friday, as well, but a 103rd minute own goal in double overtime gave Texas State its sixth consecutive win and first conference win of the year.

The Bobcats (7-2,1-0) had the aggressive mindset from the start of the match.

Running and Fitness: Genes play a role, but they aren’t the only factors

Running with Moe

It was interesting reading David Epstein’s book “The Sports Gene” and what it takes to be an elite runner or sprinter or weight lifter. Genes do play a major part in which person will be an Olympic champion and which ones will have to be satisfied running and placing in local road races.  


The game wasn’t close and as soon as senior quarterback David Hamilton sped up the field on a 59-yard touchdown, it was sealed.

San Marcos is off to its best start to a season since 2002 after topping Memorial 67-9 and improving to 4-0 on the season and 2-0 in District 27-5A. By the time the half ended, the Rattlers had built up a 36-0 lead over the visiting Minutemen and with the way the Rattler defense was playing, the game was all but officially over.

College Football: Texas State travels to Houston for 'must-win' game

Sports Editor

Texas State isn’t hitting the panic button.

The Bobcats are hitting the panic button.

To find out which side of the coin the Texas State football team falls on, it really depends on who you ask.

Regardless, it’s safe to say that the Bobcats, and their fans for that matter, have at least one hand hovering over said button.

And with a loss on Saturday against Houston, Texas State won’t be able to deny that fact any longer.  



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