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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Last night Texas State extended its home win streak to 16 games with a 99-47 win against Huston-Tillotson.
Here is a look at the Bobcats’ streak, broken down by classification level of non-conference opponents. Last year Texas State went 8-0 in Southland Conference home games.
Division I — Houston, Houston Baptist, Texas-Pan American (2010)
Division III — Howard Payne, Texas Lutheran, Texas-Tyler (2010)
NAIA — Huston-Tillotson, Northwestern Oklahoma State University
The Bobcats can push their streak to 17 games Jan. 4 when they host Stephen F. Austin.
Merry Christmas to you and yours from myself and those at the San Marcos Daily Record.
To the naked eye, senior offensive lineman D.J. Hall looked like a man among boys on the field for Texas State. Hall dominated the line of scrimmage, creating a solid cushion for the Bobcats’ quarterbacks or opening holes for the running backs.
Well, to quantify how Hall did in 2011 as a senior, take a look at these stats.
Hall totaled 77.5 knockdown blocks and graded out at 88 or better (on a scale of 100) in seven of the Bobcats’ 12 games (Central Arkansas, Northwestern State, Prairie View A&M, Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana, Tarleton State and Wyoming). He also had seven blocks 10 or more yards down field from the line of scrimmage.
On Saturday, Hall will play in the FCS Senior Scout Bowl at 2 p.m. inside Doug Shaw Stadium (Myrtle Beach, S.C.).
Texas State senior offensive lineman D.J. Hall was recently selected to play in Saturday’s installment of the FCS Senior Scout Bowl in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Hall will play as a member of the South Team in the game, alongside linemen from Austin Peay, James Madison and Drake.
Kickoff is set for 2 p.m.
You can take a look at the rosters by clicking here.
You can watch the game on this site.
For some reason, the San Marcos Daily Record web page is having trouble updating, so I am going to put my story from Saturday’s 86-52 loss to the Longhorns up here for you to read.
According to multiple reports, the Western Athletic Conference is set to announce that Boise State will join the conference in all sports but football. WAC commissioner Karl Benson will hold a press conference today at 5:30 p.m. CST.
Even though it helps strengthen all sports not called football, the simple fact remains the WAC still needs a football-playing member.
Here is a list of the longest home winning streaks in the nation.
1. Duke/Kentucky – 39
3. Ohio State – 30
4. Notre Dame – 24
5. Temple – 23
6. Purdue – 22
7. Harvard/North Carolina – 19
9. George Mason – 18
10. Bucknell – 17
11. Texas State – 14
Not too bad for the Bobcats.
In case you missed it, we printed our position-by-position grades for Texas State’s offense.
You can find those by clicking here — College Football: Grading the Bobcats – Offense
In Thursday’s issue of the Daily Record, we’ll print position-by-position grades of the defense.