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Sounds of Practice 9/6 and 9/7: Javante O'Roy, Ryan Melton and coordinators

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Here are some quotes from senior safety Javante O'Roy and senior left tackle Ryan Melton after Tuesday afternoon's practice looking back on Saturday's win.

Javante O’Roy

Validating Randall McCray’s “turnover” emphasis:

On the first drive turnover: “It was a big booster. Especially with a lot of the guys, their first time playing on the field, it defintiely gets the defense into a little bit of a rhythm early on in the game.”

Photo by Gerald Castillo

College Volleyball: Bobcats shut down Sam Houston State

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Head coach Karen Chisum has been waiting for another reliable attacker to emerge alongside junior Jordan Kohl.

She got her wish Tuesday night inside Strahan during Texas State's 3-1 win over sam Houston State (25-18, 14-25, 25-17 and 25-21) as four players posted eight or more kills.

Photo by Texas State Athletics

Bobcat Football: State focuses internally heading into bye week

ISHMAEL JOHNSON Sports Editor As the buzz surrounding Saturday’s upset continues to marinate around Texas State, head coach Everett Withers isn’t much for reminiscing. Traditionally Withers hasn’t talked about the previous week, win or lose, during his weekday media press conferences. It’s how he was at James Madison and how Withers will operate during normal game weeks. However, with Texas State’s oddly scheduled week two bye, Withers gave some rare retrospective remarks on this weekend during Tuesday’s media luncheon.

Bobcat Football: Gabe Loyd's rapid ascension

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

This time last year, Gabe Loyd just completed the second game of his sophomore season for Fort Scott Community College in Kansas.

Saturday Gabe Loyd captained a Texas State team that knocked off 21-point favorite Ohio on the road in his first Football Bowl Subdivision game. It was in some ways a culmination of Loyd’s quick rise over the past eight months.

Photo by Gerald Castillo

High School Football: Cuevas embraces role as Rattlers' playmaker

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Cross Cuevas made no hesitation in making his first round fantasy football selection.

San Marcos’ 5-foot-10, 165 pound senior wide receiver chose New England’s Julian Edelman – a bold choice for a receiver that’s ranked No. 33 overall in ESPN’s fantasy football rankings.
But Cuevas said the choice was easy as he molds his playing style from Edelman’s slot-receiving with speedy athleticism and quick-cut jukes.

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