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College Track and Field: Six Texas State athletes chase All-America status at the NCAA Outdoor Championships

Sports Editor
EUGENE, Ore. — De’Marcus Porter is happy to be back in Track Town USA.
Dexter Lee, Chelsie Decoud and Mylana Hearn can’t wait to experience it for the first time.
Whatever the case, for the six athletes who will be representing Texas State at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships starting today in Eugene, Oregon, there is one goal in mind.

UPDATE: Texas State dismisses three wide receivers for "breaking our team core values"

Sports Editor
When Everett Withers met with the media for the first time as Texas State’s head football coach, he laid out his five core values: Honesty, treating women with respect, no drugs, no stealing and no weapons.
“When the core values in our program are not handled in a correct way, I deal with them as a head coach,” he said back on Jan. 7. “They are really important.”

College Football: Texas State faces difficult slate in 2016, but not the toughest one in SBC

Sports Editor
Ever since its jump to the highest level of college football in 2012, there has been one constant on Texas State’s schedule. The Bobcats have played at least two non-conference tilts against peer conference schools.
It’s the sort of scheduling that Sun Belt commissioner Karl Benson has pushed for as the league’s football programs try to make themselves more attractive to bigger bowl games in the future (read: The New Year’s six).


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