The deadline for Texas State football season ticket holders to re-up for the 2014 season is 5 p.m. Friday, May 23.
Texas State football will play games this year against the two defending Sunbelt Conference co-champions, one of which will appear live on ESPN2.
You wanted bowl-level football, and you’ve got it. Now that the Texas State Bobcats are bowl eligible, the next step is getting into a bowl.
The Texas State football team will try to stay on the victory side of life Saturday evening against a South Alabama team that will not make it easy.
For most of Saturday evening, the Texas State defense kept the Louisiana-Monroe (ULM) offense out of the end zone. Unfortunately, the Texas State offense couldn’t keep the ULM defense out of the end zone.
From the national statistical rankings, and otherwise, no one is expecting a titan struggle Saturday evening, when the Texas State football team takes on Louisiana-Monroe (ULM) at Bobcat Stadium (6 p.m.).
During his meeting with reporters last week, Texas State football coach Dennis Franchione remembered how Wyoming quarterback Brett Smith tore the Bobcat apart as a freshman two years ago, adding that Smith was a “catalyst.” Maybe Franchione already had an idea.
Texas State athletic director Larry Teis announced the completion of the 2014 football schedule this week, along with home-and-home series with Houston and Tulsa.