Texas State hasn’t received a loss in 15 games.
San Marcos hosted the Ragin’ Rattler Tournament over the weekend, competing against teams from all over the state looking to gain momentum heading back into the school year.
James Duncan wouldn’t be a Bobcat if it weren’t for Vernon McDonald.
San Marcos ran into some tough competition the Ragin’ Rattler Tournament on Thursday, dropping all three of their pool play games against Katy Taylor, Del Valle and Canyon Lake.
San Marcos’ defense flew to the football throughout the Rattlers’ scrimmage against San Antonio Holmes.
It was the first chance for eight Bobcats to put on their Texas State jerseys.
Coastal Carolina is the only team Texas State hasn’t lost to in the Sun Belt.
When I search for a topic to write about for this column, I rely on almost any source of interest.
San Marcos is getting back into football shape as the 2019 season quickly approaches. But more important to head coach Mark Soto, the Rattlers are growing closer together.
Spring Branch Smithson Valley was one of the younger teams in the District 26-6A last season.