The Bobcats will take on the New Mexico State Aggies, who are currently 2-6, in the 10th week of the season.
Linebacker Coach Brad Franchione says Texas State is preparing to face a team armed with many defensive weapons despite a six-game losing streak.
New Mexico State has allowed 24 turnovers this season. What stands out to Franchione, however, is the Aggies have allowed only five sacks.
Franchione says the Aggies’ skillful pass protection will pose a challenge for the Bobcats’ defensive line.
New Mexico State’s two-man quarterback combination gives the team what Franchione calls a “dual threat.” Aggie quarterbacks Andrew Allen and Tyler Rogers have combined for 14 touchdowns and 2,131 yards this season.