Texas State has signed head coach Brad Wright to a three-year contract extension, one that will allow him to serve as the head of the Bobcat football program through the end of the 2012 season.
For some in the San Marcos community, this dragged out a lot longer than many would anticipate.
Wright had originally turned down a one-year extension in 2009, longing for a deal that would secure his future at TXST and one that could potentially see him pilot the program through
Pat Paschall lead the West in rushing and our boys from the FCS shined in the Shrine again this past Saturday.
The attendance of 8,345 was the lowest in the history of the longest running college all-star game (since 1925). This was the first year it was held in Florida. The East won 13-10.
LOOKING AT THE PLAY BY PLAY
MSU's Clay Harbor caught a couple passes in the 1st quarter. NDSU's RB Pat Paschall got significant rushing yardage in the 2nd quarter
Updated 01-25-2010 at 01:12 AM by rwallace
The Southland Conference and the partners involved in bringing the NCAA Division I Championship to Pizza Hut Park have picked up their efforts and in doing so, are trying to get fans involved in the selection process.
As we [url=http://www.collegesportingnews.com/entry.php?5-Southland-Coaches-and-Scheduling-Updates]discussed previously[/url], the NCAA site survey team recently invited Frisco, Texas as the city made their pitch to host the 2010-12 championship games which are on the
There were some questions as to whether the Beaumont community would be able and willing to support the new Lamar football program. The Cardinal football program went six feet under the last time around due to poor support and as some will attest, poor decision-making.
As the new Lamar program comes into existence, I can tell you that I am amongst the skeptics who have been surprised by the way things have been done in Beaumont.
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Updated 01-22-2010 at 11:34 PM by jplotkin
In the relatively quiet world of the Ivy League and televising of regional football games, the following announcement on Bloomberg [URL="http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601079&sid=aVpMQbLOhl9I"]about a possible national Ivy League TV package[/URL] is bound to send some shockwaves:
[QUOTE]Ivy League Executive Director Robin Harris said she wants to negotiate national television agreements to show football, basketball and possibly lacrosse and soccer games.
Updated 01-22-2010 at 05:39 PM by Chuck B.