2019 Schedule3 - 10

  • OpponentDate
  • @ Texas A&M, L 7-418/29
  • Wyoming, L 14-239/07
  • @ SMU, L 17-479/14
  • Georgia State, W 37-349/21
  • Nicholls State, W 24-39/28
  • ULM, L 14-2410/10
  • Louisiana Monroe, L 14-2410/12
  • @ Arkansas State, L 14-3810/26
  • @ Louisiana, L 3-3111/02
  • South Alabama, W 30-2811/09
  • Troy, L 27-6311/16
  • @ Appalachian State, L 13-3511/23
  • @ Coastal Carolina, L 21-2411/30

Past Seasons

  • 2018  (3 - 9)
  • Click a season above to view results.

Program History

  • National Titles: 0
  • Conference Titles: 7
  • All-Time Record: 536-473-33
  • Heisman Winners: 0
  • Consensus All-Americans: 0
  • Stadium: Bobcat Stadium
  • Stadium Capacity: 30,008

Texas State Bobcats

2019 Schedule3 - 10

  • OpponentDate
  • @ Texas A&M, L 7-418/29
  • Wyoming, L 14-239/07
  • @ SMU, L 17-479/14
  • Georgia State, W 37-349/21
  • Nicholls State, W 24-39/28
  • ULM, L 14-2410/10
  • Louisiana Monroe, L 14-2410/12
  • @ Arkansas State, L 14-3810/26
  • @ Louisiana, L 3-3111/02
  • South Alabama, W 30-2811/09
  • Troy, L 27-6311/16
  • @ Appalachian State, L 13-3511/23
  • @ Coastal Carolina, L 21-2411/30

About the Texas State Bobcats

"I still call it Southwest Texas State." Bradley George. Bill Miller. Bobcat Alley. Barrick Nealy. Claude Mathis. Boko the Bobcat. Johnny Parker. Jim Wacker. Loud Crowd. Mike Orakpo. David Mayo. The San Marcos River, baby. This is Texas State football. 

Texas State has been playing football since 1904, when it was known as Southwest Texas State Normal School. It's grown to become the fifth-largest university in the state, but the football program still has some growing to do, having only joined the FBS ranks in 2012. The Bobcats' peak as a program came under Wacker when Texas State won back-to-back Division II national championships in 1981 and 82. FBS football hasn't been kind to the Bobcats, but there's hope that the current rebuild under head coach Everett Withers will lead to new heights. 

2019 Season Preview // 2019 Offensive Preview // 2019 Defensive Preview // 2019 Player Spotlight: Bryan London II

News & Videos

Podcasts

volume_upOverreacting to the Regional Semifinals, Valley View coach Curtis King & More! Episode 867 (Dec. 2, 2019)

It was a wild regional semifinal round of the Texas high school football playoffs, so we will overreact to all of it in Monday Morning Fallout, hear from Valley View heach coach Curtis King, announce the final Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week nominees and teams of the week, and finally wrap it all up with a campus crawl!

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