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Bailiff continues to leave long-lasting legacy, stretching over 46 years

Special Assistant to the Head Coach David Bailiff chats with Steven Trout shortly after rejoining Texas State. Bailiff continues to be a part of Bobcat history, helping anyway he can for over 46 years.
Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Bailiff continues to leave long-lasting legacy, stretching over 46 years

David Bailiff addresses his players after workouts during his stint as Head Coach.
Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo

Bailiff continues to leave long-lasting legacy, stretching over 46 years

It was hard not to feel emotional for David Baillif, Special Assistant to Head Coach G.J. Kinne, as the Bobcats defeated Georgia Southern to earn their sixth win of the season to become bowl eligible nearly 18 years after Bailiff, then head coach, led Texas State to their first ever FCS playoff win over the Eagles in 2005.

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Josiah Hollmon slams it down for the dunk in the Rattlers home game against Lockhart. Hollmon finished the game with 18 points and 10 rebounds in the San Marcos 80-35 win over longtime rival Lockart.
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Zyair Jolivette dives for the ball in the Rattlers game against Lockhart. Jolivette finished the game with 29 points.
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Rattlers roll past Lockhart to improve to 10-4 for the season

San Marcos clinched their 10th win of the season as the Rattlers rolled past longtime rival Lockhart, defeating the Lions, 80-35.

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Brooklynn Harris goes up for the shot during the Lady Rattlers home game against San Antonio Veterans Memorial. San Marcos defeated the Lady Patriots 7023 as the Lady Rattlers start a six game road trip.
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Jordan Ledesma takes the ball down the court in the Lady Rattlers game against San Antonio Veterans Memorial.
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Lady Rattlers dominate Veterans Memorial as San Marcos begin long road trip

San Marcos rolled to another victory as the Lady Rattlers defeated the San Antonio Veterans Memorial Lady Patriots 70-23.

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Ishmail Mahdi became the first offensive player since Keenan Brown in 2018 to be named First Team All Conference Offense. Mahdi was named First Team All Purpose having over 2,000 all-purpose yards for the Bobcats.
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Lineback Brian Holloway is named as Second Team All Conference Defense.
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Kole Wilson and T.J. Finley are named as Sun Belt Honorable Mention. Wilson completed his first season with the Bobcats catching 61 passes for 697 yards and eight touchdowns. Finley broke the single season record for most passing yards in a single season with 3,287 yards and 24 touchdowns.
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11 Bobcats named to Sun Belt All Conference Team

Sun Belt Conference named 11 Texas State football players to the All Conference Selections with seven players being named to the First, Second and Third team squads–the most for any Texas State football team since 2008.

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Above, TXST Bobcat Quarterback T.J. Finley symbolically 'bowls' a helmet during the team's last home game. The Bobcats will play Rice on Dec. 26 in the Servpro First Responder Bowl.
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Caleb Culp celebrates after returning the fumble for a touchdown, going 31 yards for the score as the Bobcats go up 7-0 on the South Alabama Jaguars in Texas State’s 52-44 win. The Bobcats will play Dec. 26 in the Servpro First Responder Bowl in Dallas–their first bowl appearance.
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Kole Wilson returns the kickoff 100 yards in the Bobcat's last home game against South Alabama.
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BOWL BOUND

'See you in Dallas'

Twin brothers find success at Wisconsin Lutheran despite adversity

Jamil and Malik Gordon have found both athletic and academic success at Wisconsin Lutheran. Jamil was named honorable mention all conference at wide receiver
Photo submitted by Pam Hemphill-Gordon

Twin brothers find success at Wisconsin Lutheran despite adversity

Oscar, Jamil, Malik and Pam Gordon share a family photo.
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Twin brothers find success at Wisconsin Lutheran despite adversity

Former San Marcos Rattler football players and twin brothers Jamil and Malik Gordon have found success both academically and athletically at Wisconsin Lutheran.

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