Linebacker Kumonde Hines runs off the field at the Texas State football game vs. Troy Nov. 16 at Bobcat Stadium.

Texas State Athletics announced that Texas State football will go head-to-head against Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts in an away game Sept. 26.

The game, which will be held in Alumni Stadium with no fans, will pit second-year Head Coach Jake Spavital against first-year Head Coach Jeff Hadley in the first-ever matchup between the Bobcats and the Eagles. The added game brings the Bobcats’ schedule to a total of 12 games.

Texas State will kick off its 2020 season at Bobcat Stadium against SMU Sept. 5.

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