Texas State’s defense did all it could to propel the Bobcats to victory.
San Marcos lost its first game of the season Thursday night to Richland, 46-40, moving the Lady Rattlers to the silver pool for the second round of the Champions Classic inside the Snake Pit.
This past week was a bit unusual in that a very cold Arctic front came through about a month early. It caught a few runners unprepared for the extreme below freezing temperatures.
Texas State had to shatter the lid.
KYLE — Momentum was on San Marcos’ side.
The Rattlers, who entered the third quarter down by 14, went on an 11-0 run to get to within 41-36 midway through the third period.
Texas State saw plenty of signings during Wednesday’s early signing period.
Here’s a look at who the Bobcats landed:
Texas State sophomore quarterback Willie Jones III will miss the final two games of the 2018 season after he injured his non-throwing shoulder against Appalachian State on Nov. 10.
Texas State’s treacherous November slate continues Saturday.
Head coach Veronda Kendall wants her team to improve each game.
During an unsuccessful Texas gubernatorial campaign in 1857, Sam Houston notified the town of San Marcos he would be stopping by on July 24 to give a stump speech.