Fans of Northwestern State can begin planning their 2010 travel schedule as athletic director Greg Burke [url=http://www.nsudemons.com/ViewArticle.dbml?&ATCLID=204885621&DB_OEM_ID=20000]announced the 2010 slate[/url]. NWST is coming off an 0-11 campaign and will look to get back in the win column next year as head coach Bradley Dale Peveto enters his second year.
In addition to previously announced game against Samford at home on Sept. 11 and at North Dakota on Sept. 25,
Updated 02-12-2010 at 01:58 PM by jplotkin
The current Rivals recruiting ranks of yesterday's signing classes has Northwestern State tied for third nationally. The Demons, who were ranked No. 1 last year fell in place behind No. 1 Appalachian State and No. 2 South Carolina State, while sharing a spot with No. 3 Richmond.
Thought it will not be too long until NSU begins promoting this accolade and there's no question that they should not, I have never been much a fan of the scouting services. Each of them are very reactionary
According to correspondence with the Southland Conference office, the Frisco and Chattanooga bid groups will make their final pitch on Feb. 25 in Indianapolis to the Division I Football Championship Committee.
That committee will then turn around and make a recommendation to the Division I Championships Cabinet. A final decision is expected in early March.
As this issue is clearly one that will carry a great deal of SLC interest over the weeks and potentially, months
Updated 01-30-2010 at 05:02 PM by jplotkin
Stephen F. Austin will have a player in a postseason all-star game for the second year as defensive end Tim Knicky was selected for the Texas vs the Nation All-Star game according to a release out of [url=http://sfajacks.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/012710aaa.html]Stephen F. Austin[/url] on Wednesday afternoon.
Knicky was named an All-American by College Sporting News this past season, in addition to accolades by the Associated Press, Sports Network and Walter Camp. On a team
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