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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.  


High School Football: Rattlers chase best start since 2002, host Memorial tonight

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos’ current run has been something the program hasn’t seen in 13 years.

With a win tonight over San Antonio Memorial, the Rattlers will have reached the 4-0 mark for the first time since 2002.

San Marcos is undefeated after two high-scoring affairs and a back-and-forth win over rival Seguin. That’s arguably a season’s worth of excitement.

But the Rattlers are keeping perspective as they’re only three games into the season.

Bobcat Kickoff: Ten things you may not know about Houston

Sports Editor

Andre Ware, “Shasta” and the No. 100.

Here are 10 things you may not know about Houston, which hosts Texas State at 7 p.m. on Saturday night.

1. The University of Houston, which was founded in 1927, has the third-highest enrollment in the state of Texas at 40,914. Texas State University’s main campus consists of 38,006 students, the fourth-highest tally in the state.

Women's College Soccer: Texas State kicks off SBC play by hosting Little Rock

From Staff Reports

Texas State goes into conference play riding a wave of momentum.

The Bobcats, who have won their past five matches, turn the page to the Sun Belt portion of their schedule at 7 p.m. tonight when they host Little Rock at the Bobcat Soccer Complex.

During a 4-2 victory over Lamar on Sunday afternoon,  Texas State’s Lauren Prater recorded her first-ever hat trick. The junior forward has been a key piece to the puzzle this non-conference season as she leads the Bobcats with seven goals. Prater won the SBC’s offensive player of the week honor.


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