There are usually two types of runners in a road race.
Texas State put No. 18 Texas in a hole for the first time this season.
But the Longhorns rallied back for a 2-1 win on Friday inside Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin.
Texas State had its five-match winning streak snapped at the hands of No. 6 Texas on Thursday.
The Longhorns swept the Bobcats 3-0 (25-18, 25-19, 25-19) at Gregory Gymnasium in Austin.
District play is supposed to be tight. San Marcos kept it that way through two sets.
Effort wasn’t the issue.
Offensive coordinator Victor Sierra demands that all 11 of his players on the field be on the same page on every play.
Kordell Rodgers knew he couldn’t get tackled, or at least not by Rutgers’ quarterback.
Bobcat Stadium will look far different than it did last year when Texas State takes the field Saturday night for its home opener.
Listen to the first offical episode of On The Record Sports produced by the San Marcos Daily Record sports department.
Monday had not been a banner day. I was in the dentist chair all day.