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Tailgate festivities and traditions have returned to Bobcat Stadium in celebration of the 2021-22 football season. For the first time since the pandemic, Bobcat Stadium welcomes fans to pack the stands at 100% capacity.

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Texas State Football (1-2 overall) fell to the Incarnate Word Cardinals 42-34 on Sept. 18. The loss marks the Bobcats' first against an FCS opponent since they became an FBS school in 2012. They had won their last eight games against FCS opponents.

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With the passing of Texas Senate Bill 1385, Texas college athletes can now profit off their personal name, image and likeness (NIL), a concept that's been debated among sports commentators and fans for years.

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For its 2021 football season, Texas State Athletics will open Bobcat Stadium at full capacity, beginning with its home opener against the Baylor Bears on Sept. 4.

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According to an email from President Denise Trauth, Don Coryell, executive senior associate athletics director - external operations, will officially take over as the next Director of Athletics on Sept. 1.

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With the 2021 college football season just around the bend, the Texas State Bobcats will start their fall camp on Aug. 6 in preparation for their 2021 season opener against the Baylor Bears on Sep. 4.

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On July 22, the Sun Belt held its 2021 Football Media Day. After the event was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s conference was an in-person affair, running full force in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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After an athletic season filled with game cancellations, postponements and forfeitures brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the NCAA extended eligibility to all Division I spring and winter athletes, providing senior athletes an opportunity to continue their athletic careers.

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The spring semester and sports season have officially ended. As advancements were made in COVID-19 treatment, Bobcat fans returned to their seats in the stands while Texas State Athletics made strides on the playing field.

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After just one year of interning as a student equipment manager for Texas State football, Jada Gipson runs a touchdown into an assistant inside linebackers student coach position, and a chance to pursue her passion: a career in the football industry.

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Former Texas State wide receiver/return specialist Jeremiah Haydel has signed to the Los Angeles Rams as an undrafted free agent.

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Texas State Director of Athletics Larry Teis will step down from his post on Aug. 31, according to an April 29 statement from the university.

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Texas State football canceled its April 8-9 practices to rest players suffering from minor injuries and illnesses, according to an April 8 announcement from the university.

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Texas State football announced its 2021 schedule in conjunction with the Sun Belt Conference’s release of its complete list of games.

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Never highly sought after but now in the driver seat of his future, Jeremiah Haydel is geared up and ready to take on the NFL with a full head of steam.

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While in preparation for the 2021 NFL Draft, Texas State wide receiver Jeremiah Haydel can add another accomplishment to his resume: ESPN College Football All-American.

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This fall semester has been one for the books, especially when it comes to sports. With major adjustments and safety precautions in place due to COVID-19, game days looked different. In some instances, teams were forced to reschedule or even cancel games due to cases on their respective teams.

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Texas State football (2-9 overall, 2-5 Sun Belt) walked away ecstatic following a nail-biter 47-45 win against Arkansas State University Nov. 21 (3-6 overall, 1-5 Sun Belt) led by sophomore quarterback Brady McBride.

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Texas State football (1-9 overall, 1-5 Sun Belt) will host Arkansas State University (3-5 overall, 1-4 Sun Belt) in a Sun Belt Conference matchup Nov. 21 in Bobcat Stadium.

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Texas State football (1-7 overall, 1-3 Sun Belt) will look to get its first home win of the season against the Appalachian State Mountaineers (4-1 overall, 2-0 Sun Belt) Nov. 7.

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Texas State football was unable to contain an explosive BYU offense Oct. 24, losing 14-52 and dropping its fourth consecutive game ahead of a tough conference schedule.

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Texas State football (1-5 overall, 1-2 Sun Belt) will go on the road Oct. 24 to face AP nationally-ranked No.12 Brigham Young University (5-0 overall) for the first-ever matchup between the two programs.