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From the Field to the Fans: 1-800-TOUCHDOWN-BLING

Sports Editor Quixem Ramirez and assistant sports editor Paul Livengood discuss the Texas State football team's 36-18 victory against the South Alabama Jaguars.

McDowell returns the Bobcats to winning ways in 36-18 victory

In a dark, rainy night in an near-empty Bobcat Stadium, Brandon McDowell, sophomore cornerback, amazed the crowd on special teams. With five seconds left in the...

Analyzing the win: Texas State 36, South Alabama 18

What the win means: The Texas State football team can start mending its 1-4 start to the season. Every game from this moment forward is...

From the Field to the Fans: 1-800-TOUCHDOWN-BLING

Sports Editor Quixem Ramirez and assistant sports editor Paul Livengood discuss the Texas State football team's 36-18 victory against the South Alabama Jaguars.

Prater’s hat trick lifts Bobcats past Panthers

After a scoreless first half, Texas State’s resiliency finally paid off with a goal five minutes into the second half. The back-and-forth game turned in...

Analyzing the win: Texas State 4, Georgia State 1

What the win means: The Bobcats improve to 11-5 overall and 5-3 in conference play. Before the match, Texas State was ranked fifth in the...

Pregame questions for the Bobcats

Here are five questions relevant to the Texas State football teams’ game against South Alabama. The sports staff will answer these questions following the...

Volleyball shows offensive firepower, snaps Trojans winning streak

The Texas State volleyball team went into their match against Troy knowing that the Trojans were right behind them in the conference standings. During the...

President Trauth named to NCAA forum

The NCAA Board of Directors selected Texas State President Denise Trauth to serve as the Sun Belt Conference representative on the NCAA Presidential Forum. The...

Bobcats limping into home matchup against Jaguars

This season for the Texas State football team has had its ups and downs. Well, there have been more downs than ups. “In 40 years, I’ve...