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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.

Outdoors: Late schooling time creates perfect opportunity to fish Lake Bastrop

By JIM DARNELL
Outdoors

Some of the most fun fishing of the year is happening right now on Lake Bastrop.

Every summer huge numbers of hungry largemouth bass gather in deeper water — often in front of the dam — and gorge themselves on schools of threadfin shad. When they drive the shad to the surface, a feeding frenzy happens.  

Shad fly out of the water fleeing for their lives from the greedy bass. It’s quite a phenomenon of nature to witness. If you get the right lure into the melee chances are very good for a strike.

High School Football: Don’t miss out on the Rattler magazine

The Rattler magazine will be here before you know it.

San Marcos High School kicks off its football season at home against East Central on Friday, August 28, and the annual publication featuring the Rattler football teams, Diamond Line, Rattler band and cheerleaders will be available for purchase for the season opener.

Parent and family ads are now being sold at the San Marcos Daily Record. The deadline for submissions for family ads in the San Marcos High School football program is August 14. A 10 percent discount will be given to all ads placed on or before August 7.

Preseason previews: A true one-two punch for Texas State at tailback

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Editor’s note: This is the second 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.

By statistics alone, Texas State was one of the best offenses in the Sun Belt last season.

While Georgia Southern and Arkansas State garnered most of the attention around Sun Belt circles, the Bobcats quietly made their mark and sat amongst the top three in the conference in most offensive categories last season.

Women's College Basketball: Bobcats, Texas A&M to face off in opener

Texas State is slowly unveiling its 2015-16 slate of non-conference games throughout this week.

To kick off the season, the Bobcats travel to College Station on Nov. 13 to take on Texas A&M for the first time since 2008. The Aggies finished 23-10 last season and made the NCAA Tournament before being eliminated in the first round by Sun Belt school Little Rock (69-60).

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