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College Football: Anyama out for the season

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Texas State head coach Everett Withers announced junior linebacker Easy Anyama suffered a torn achilles against Houston, which will sideline him for the rest of the season.

“We’re going to miss Easy,” Withers said. “But that was the only major injury we had (against the Cougars) … One major injury comes out of the deal. It happens that’s just the nature of the game. We’ve got to move on.”

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College Football: Texas State not panicking following blowout loss

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Texas State (1-2) is still on course.

Saturday’s loss to No. 6 Houston (4-0) meant that the Bobcats have lost their past two games 106-6. It’s a farcry from their opening 56-54 triple overtime win over Ohio. A record crowd (33,133) inside Bobcat Stadium saw Texas State experience its worst loss in over a decade, but head coach Everett Withers isn’t hitting the panic button.

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College Football: Bobcats routed by No. 6 Houston, 64-3

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

It’s back to the drawing board.

Head coach Everett Withers promised even more change along the depth chart following Texas State’s 64-3 loss No. 6 Houston inside Bobcat Stadium Saturday night. It was the Bobcats’ worst defeat since their 72-8 loss to New Mexico in 2003 and the most points surrendered since 2010, also against Houston (68).

Cougar quarterback and Heisman hopeful Greg Ward Jr. was the focus of Texas State’s defensive gameplan this week, but it was the D’Eriq King show in San Marcos.

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High School Football: San Marcos rebounds with 49-27 win over San Antonio McCollum

Nick Castillo

Daily Record Sports

San Marcos (2-3, 0-0 14-6A) defeated San Antonio McCollum (1-4, 0-0 29-5A), 49-27, Friday night at Harlandale Memorial Stadium in San Antonio.

Here are three takeaways from the Rattlers win against the Cowboys:

1.Strong defensive effort

San Marcos’ defense put together a solid outing against San Antonio McCollum after giving up 393 rushing yards against San Antonio Taft last week.

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High School Football: Rattler defense looks for bounce-back performance

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

San Antonio Taft running back Justin Stevenson’s dominant performance against San Marcos last Friday began on their first offensive play when he sped 65 yards past the Rattler defense. 

San Marcos’ disappointing defensive start was the result of players out of position. But it wouldn’t be the only misalignment against Taft, nor would it be the last time Stevenson punished San Marcos for its mistakes. The Rattler coaches recorded nine misalignments Friday and Stevenson racked up 322 rushing yards and three touchdowns. 

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