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Jamon Johnson runs with the ball during the Rattlers playoff home game against Round Rock Westwood in 2017. The 2017 season remains the last time the Rattlers captured a district championship in football.
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CHAMPIONSHIP SPOTLIGHT

2017 Rattler football team capture district title

Runners and their compulsion over time and distance

Moe Johnson Running with Moe

Runners and their compulsion over time and distance

After many years of running and putting on races. I have come to the conclusion that runners are, for the most part, a compulsive group. They tend to generally be obsessive about three things. One is the distance they run, another is the time they run and the third is the time and distance they run. A runner or walker may mention that they run for fun and the distance and time are not important. There may be a few runners and walkers that actually are not concerned about the distance they covered or the time it took them. This may be true, but at races I have entered and organized, the clock keeps running until the last person crosses the finish line, and that last runner will look up to check the time.

COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF

Texas State looks to snap their winless streak against the Louisiana Ragin Cajuns in their Tuesday Night conference showdown. Texas State is 0-11 against Louisiana.
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COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF

Texas State will play a Tuesday Night home game at UFCU Stadium for the first time since 2014.
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COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF

Bobcats take on Louisiana in a Tuesday Night showdown

Colton Corner’s: The return of College Football video games

Texas State will be featured in the new College Football 25 video game along with the other 135 FBS teams. Texas State was shown in hype videos
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Colton Corner’s: The return of College Football video games

Colton McWilliams Sports Editor

Colton Corner’s: The return of College Football video games

This will be Texas State’s third time to appear in the EA Sports College Football video game series with the Bobcats making appeareances in NCAA 13 and NCAA 14
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Colton Corner’s: The return of College Football video games

The College Football 25 video game, which is scheduled to be released Monday, is perhaps one of the most anticipated video games in recent memory.

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Former Texas State Bobcat Anicka Newell qualified for her third straight Olympics and will represent Team Canada at Paris. Newell holds the school record in the pole vault at 14 ft, 5 inches and won two conference titles in pole vault for the Bobcats.
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Anicka Newell is the only Bobcat women athlete to clear 14 ft in the pole vault.
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Former Bobcat qualifies for third straight Olympics

Qualifying for the Olympic Games is considered to be one of the greatest athletic achievements in sports. For former Texas State Bobcats Anicka Newell, it is a walk in the park.

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Jessica Mullins delivers the pitch for the Texas Smoke in the season opener. Mullins, while excited to continue her softball at the professional level, looks to grow the game of softball.
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Mullins is one of two former Texas State softball players playing in the WPF. The other is Sara Vanderford who plays for the Texas Monarchs.
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Mullins looks to grow softball at pro level

Considered to be one of the greatest pitchers to play for the Texas State softball program, pitcher Jessica Mullins is on to the next chapter of her career, playing for the defending Women’s Professional Fastpitch league champions the Texas Smoke.

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