Texas State football (1-3 overall, 0-0 Sun Belt) is set to host South Alabama (3-1 overall, 0-1 Sun Belt) in its conference opener this weekend after a much-needed bye week.
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.
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.
Texas State football (1-1 overall) won its first game of the season against the Florida International Panthers (1-1 overall) 23-17 on Sept. 11.
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.
For Texas State Football, the 2020 season was reminiscent of the previous five years: Underwhelming. The Bobcats finished the year 2-10 overall and 2-6 in the Sun Belt.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Coming off a rollercoaster season in which the team went 2-10 overall and 2-6 in the Sun Belt Conference, Texas State football began its first week of spring practice on March 23-27.
Kannon Webb, a native of San Marcos and senior at San Marcos High School, has hopes of bridging the gap between the local community and the university after recently committing to Texas State football.
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.
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.
Despite a lackluster 2020 season for Texas State football and finishing 2-10 overall and 2-6 in conference play, eight Bobcats were given All-Sun Belt Conference honors.
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.
Following a season of jaw-dropping kick returns and a SportsCenter-recognized catch of the year candidate, Texas State senior wide receiver Jeremiah Haydel is declaring for the NFL Draft.
Texas State football (2-9 overall, 2-5 Sunbelt) will play its last game of the season against No. 20 Coastal Carolina (8-0 overall, 6-0 Sunbelt) Nov. 28 at Bobcat Stadium.
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.
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.
The Texas State Bobcats lost a 40-38 heartbreaker Nov. 14 to the Georgia Southern Eagles due to costly turnovers and a controversial roughing the passer call.
Texas State football (1-8 overall, 1-4 Sun Belt) will take on Georgia Southern University (5-2 overall, 3-2 Sun Belt) Nov. 14 in the Bobcats' last away game of the season.
Texas State football (1-8 overall, 1-4 Sun Belt) was unable to overcome mental mistakes as they lost 38-17 to Appalachian State (5-1 overall, 2-1 Sun Belt) Nov. 8.
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.
Texas State was unable to overcome a late second quarter surge by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, resulting in a 44-34 conference loss on Homecoming night.
Coming off a brutal 38-point defeat against Brigham Young University, Head Coach Jake Spavital and his Texas State Bobcats will look to rebound on Homecoming night with a win against the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns.
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.
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.