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Women's College Basketball: Texas State assembles challenging slate for upcoming season

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Texas State isn’t taking the easy road this season.

The Bobcats unveiled their full 2015-16 slate of games Thursday afternoon that includes four games against “Power Five” conferences after scheduling four over the past two seasons.

Preseason previews: Texas State must find Bradley Miller's replacement in 2015

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Editor’s note: This is the fourth in an eight-part series previewing each of the units on the Texas State football team leading up to the start of fall practice on Aug. 6.

Some casual observers might be surprised to hear that Bradley Miller led Texas State in receiving the past two seasons.

Yet, anyone who has followed the program closely knows that the New Mexico transfer became a safety blanket for quarterback Tyler Jones.

Endurance Paddling: Local tandem sets record in Missouri

By Jack Witthaus
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

ST. CHARLES, Mo. — A pair of paddlers from Texas set a new course record in the MR340 marathon Missouri river race.

Phil Bowden of San Marcos and Chris Issendorf from Dripping Springs pulled into St. Charles, Missouri, at 6:34 p.m. on Wednesday after leaving Kansas City, Missouri, 34 hours and 34 minutes earlier.Bowden was in a tandem team with Lee Deviney that won in 2008 with a time of 42:32.

Online Exclusive: Breaking down Texas State's receiving corps going into fall camp

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Editor’s note: This is the third in an eight-part series previewing each of the units on the Texas State football team leading up to the start of fall practice on Aug. 6.

It’s no secret that Texas State has a few questions to answer at receiver during fall camp.

The Bobcats certainly aren’t short on options — whether it’s slot receiver C.J. Best who landed on last season’s Sun Belt newcomer team or Brandon Smith, Jafus Gaines and even Demun Mercer.

College Football: Texas State adds SMU to 2019, 2020 non-conference slates

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Athletic director Larry Teis laid out his goal for the football program in the coming years when it comes down to scheduling: At some point, he wants Texas State to remain within the confines of the Lone Star State for all of its non-conference games.

The Bobcats have already taken steps toward making that happen.

As expected, Texas State and Southern Methodist University announced on Wednesday morning that they had agreed to a home-and-home series in football.

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