Texas State Football Game Preview: Arkansas Razorbacks

It seems like ages ago now, but man was that a crazy season opener Texas State played in and won against Ohio.  The numbers from the game tell the story:  39 points scored in the 4th quarter.  17 points scored in the final 51 seconds.  10 lead changes with six of those coming in the 4th quarter and three overtimes.  1,176 yards of offense between the two Bobcats.  It finally ended with a sack, Texas State's only sack of the game, following a botched snap on Ohio's two point conversion attempt to tie the game.
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Oral History: 2005 Texas State Football

After Texas State's loss to Nicholls State, the Bobcats were one of four Southland Conference teams with a 2-1 conference record with three games left to play. The margin for error after Texas State's overtime defeat in the bayou was razor thin, and, with perennial conference juggernaut McNeese State (one of the four 2-1 teams) looming on the schedule, it was a precarious situation to be in for a program not used to playing meaningful football after Halloween. (Click here for full story)

Making Contacts In A Sportscaster's World

You hear it time and time again: sports broadcasting is a “who-you-know” business, much like any profession in life. I’m willing to bet if you asked most sportscasters how they got their gig, they would tell you a story about their connections.  That leads me to believe that when asking the question “how do I get that job?” you should first start with the question “how do I make the contacts necessary to get that job?” (Click  here for full story)