Texas State wraps up its season this afternoon with its biggest test since Texas Tech. The Bobcats host second-ranked Sam Houston State inside Bobcat Stadium, when Dennis Franchione’s team is 4-1 in 2011.
The Bearkats present a tough task for Texas State because they are sound on both sides of the ball. Sam Houston State features sophomore running back Tim Flanders (1,066 rushing yards, 18 touchdowns) and the top-ranked scoring and rush defense in the nation.
With a win, the Bobcats would improve to 7-5 and ruin the Bearkats’ perfect season. A loss would give Texas State four losses in its final five games.
Kickoff is scheduled for 3 p.m.