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Preseason previews: An embarrassment of riches for State at quarterback

Sports Editor

Editor’s note: This is the first in an eight-part series previewing each of the units on the Texas State football team leading up to the start of fall practice on Aug. 6.

There was a time — and it wasn’t that long ago — when Texas State didn’t know what to expect from its quarterbacks.

After all, early on in the 2013 season, head coach Dennis Franchione cycled through Tyler Arndt, Jordan Moore and eventually Duke DeLancellotti — in one game.

Women's College Basketball: Blair joins Antoine’s staff

Daily Record Sports

Another coach joined the ranks of Texas State this week.

Karen Blair was officially announced as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for head coach Zenarae Antoine’s staff on Monday. Blair coached at North Texas from 2013 to 2015 and was responsible for the defense, development of perimeter players, in-game floor coaching, opponent scouting, practice planning, scheduling and also assisted with camps.

College Athletics: Watch out for these Bobcats in 2015-2016

Daily Record Sports

Every season fans look forward to seeing how the newcomers on their favorite teams perform. This upcoming fall and winter could be the breakthrough for these student-athletes at Texas State.

For Texas State football, it’s hard not to read a story and hear about the Bobcats’ defensive ball hawk in David Mims II. After all, he is the Sun Belt conference’s preseason defensive player of the year after snagging five interceptions last season.

College Football: Rewinding to Texas State's 28-25 loss to Georgia Southern

Sports Editor

Texas State head coach Dennis Franchione faced a similar predicament on three different occasions during his team’s 28-25 loss to Georgia Southern on Saturday night.

Go for it on fourth down or attempt a field goal.

All three times, Franchione chose the former and one time the decision proved costly.


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