Texas State begins the Jake Spavital era with a home heavy first half of the 2019 season and closes the season with two road games.
Texas State maintained its one-game lead in the Sun Belt with a 58-44 win over Troy on Thursday.
San Marcos just isn’t clicking yet.
Wednesday was not a good night for the Bobcats.
Danny Kaspar’s never experienced anything like this.
At least not in his 28 years as a head coach and especially not during his five-year tenure at Texas State
Mathiaz Rocha became Texas State football’s newest player on Tuesday.
San Marcos began its second round of District 26-6A play with a 4-1 win over East Central on Friday.
Nijal Pearson is unafraid.
Tre Nottingham only realized last week that Saturday will be senior day.
Texas State came roaring back Thursday night.
Despite falling behind by 14 against Louisiana-Monroe, the Bobcats had two chances at tying the game in the final seconds.
With his team surrounding him after Tuesday’s practice, Texas State head coach Danny Kaspar told his team they’re in for a difficult game on Thursday.
Following its opening night win over Utah, Texas State split its final two games of the weekend.
Texas State held on for a 67-60 win over Little Rock on Saturday at the Jack Stephens Center in Little Rock, Ark.
Ryan Newman felt like Texas State got the monkey off its back in the season opener.
Texas State rallied from down 16 points in the first half to defeat Arkansas State, 84-74, inside First National Bank Arena in Jonesboro, Ark.
San Marcos began its season with a comeback victory.
Texas State feels a growing sense of urgency with seven games remaining in the regular season.
For 20 minutes, Texas State played championship basketball.
The Bobcats were rewarded for it with a 38-23 lead at halftime over Coastal Carolina on Saturday.
San Marcos fell to New Braunfels, 4-1, on Friday night inside San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium.
Jaylen Shead made his living Thursday night driving to the hoop and finishing off the glass.