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Feature Friday: Home cooking for this trio of Bobcats

Sports Editor

When Texas State runs out onto the field at Doak Campbell Stadium on Saturday night, the players aren’t exactly expecting a warm reception to follow their arrival.

In fact, most of the 82,300 garnet and gold clad fans will likely be booing.

But, for a trio of Bobcats, they know of at least 170 or so people who won’t be joining the chorus of jeers. After all, Teron Fitzgerald, Kian Schoenborn and Gabe Schrade are returning to their home state for the first time in a Bobcat uniform.

High School Football: Rattlers chase 2-0 start, travel to Victoria East tonight

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San Marcos caught a glimpse of the team it could be during its season opener.

Midway through the third quarter against East Central, after Prudencio Calderon’s 89-yard touchdown return, the Rattlers had the Hornets on the ropes with a 17-point lead.

The rest is history and while San Marcos (1-0) won, the final 45-44 score doesn’t give an indication of how in-control the Rattlers were until the East Central’s comeback.

College Football: Motivated Bobcats stare down big opportunity at No. 10 Florida State

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In the 272 days that have proceeded its season opener on Saturday at Florida State, Texas State hasn’t been short on reasons to stay motivated.

It’s not a secret to anyone who has followed the Bobcats closely that last season’s bowl snub has been at the forefront of their minds.

Bobcat Kickoff: Ten things you may not know about the Seminoles

Sports Editor

Sure, Florida State is a little more well known than last season’s opening game opponent for Texas State (Arkansas-Pine Bluff), but we’ve still tried to give you ten things you may not know about the Seminoles.

1. The Florida State football team can trace its origins back to the early 1900’s when it was known as the “Florida State College Eleven.”

College Volleyball: Texas State snaps skid, secures thrilling 3-2 win over I-35 rival

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Texas State knew exactly what it needed after a dismal weekend — a win.

And while UTSA gave the Bobcats everything they could handle and then some during a thrilling five-set match in front of a raucous crowd of 2,533 fans inside Strahan Coliseum, Karen Chisum's team didn't back down against its I-35 rival.

Instead, Texas State secured a 3-2 victory — its first of the season — and in the process erased the memory of last weekend's two-day tournament where it didn't win a single set across three matches.


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