Take a look at how Texas State‘s opponents did this week.
|Sept. 1||at Houston||W, 35-14 vs. Rice|
|Sept. 8||Texas Tech||W, 24-13 at Iowa State|
|Sept. 22||SFA||W, 42-37 vs. Central Ark.|
|Sept. 29||Nevada||W, 34-21 at Texas State|
|Oct. 6||at New Mexico||L, 32-29 vs. Boise State|
|Oct. 13||Idaho||L, 66-0 at North Carolina|
|Oct. 27||at SJSU||W, 12-0 at Navy|
|Nov. 3||at Utah State||W, 35-13 vs. UNLV|
|Nov. 10||Louisiana Tech||W, 44-38 at Virginia|
|Nov. 17||at Navy||L, 12-0 vs. San Jose State|
|Nov. 24||at UTSA||W, 35-14 at New Mexico State|
|Dec. 1||NMSU||L, 35-14 to UTSA|
Biggest Win — Look no further than UTSA over New Mexico State. While there were a bunch of questions about the Roadrunners coming into the game, many were answered during it. It was a big win for UTSA and Larry Coker’s team silenced some critics,
Biggest Loss — Idaho just can’t do anything right. The Vandals saw North Carolina set a school scoring record in their 66-0 loss.