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2012 Texas State Bobcats Football Schedule


Final Record: 4-8, 2-4 (WAC)
Date   Opponent Time/TV Tickets
Saturday
Sep. 1
Cougars at Houston Cougars
Robertson Stadium, Houston, TX
Won 30-13
Saturday
Sep. 8
Red Raiders Texas Tech Red Raiders
Bobcat Stadium, San Marcos, TX
Lost 58-10
Saturday
Sep. 15
Open Date
Saturday
Sep. 22
Jacks Stephen F. Austin Jacks
Bobcat Stadium, San Marcos, TX
Won 41-37
Saturday
Sep. 29
Wolf Pack Nevada Wolf Pack
Bobcat Stadium, San Marcos, TX
Lost 34-21
Saturday
Oct. 6
Lobos at New Mexico Lobos
University Stadium, Albuquerque, NM
Lost 35-14
Saturday
Oct. 13
Vandals Idaho Vandals (HC)
Bobcat Stadium, San Marcos, TX
Won 38-7
Saturday
Oct. 20
Open Date
Saturday
Oct. 27
Spartans at San Jose State Spartans
Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA
Lost 31-20
Saturday
Nov. 3
Aggies at Utah State Aggies
Romney Stadium, Logan, UT
Lost 38-7
Saturday
Nov. 10
Bulldogs Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Bobcat Stadium, San Marcos, TX
Lost 62-55
Saturday
Nov. 17
Midshipmen at Navy Midshipmen
Navy-Marine Corps Mem. Stadium, Annapolis, MD
Lost 21-10
Saturday
Nov. 24
Roadrunners at UTSA Roadrunners
Alamodome, San Antonio, TX
Lost 38-31
Saturday
Dec. 1
Aggies New Mexico State Aggies
Bobcat Stadium, San Marcos, TX
Won 66-28

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    1. Shep
      June 27, 2016 at 1:41 pm

      How is this not a 2-for-1? You’d think TXST would want the additional monies.

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    1. bee bee
      September 8, 2015 at 9:44 pm

      i have seen 5 and 6 A High School teams in Indiana and Illinois better that the Wyo acowboys. That is no joke.

    2. bee bee
      September 9, 2015 at 1:05 pm

      i would put my money on Joliet Catholic any day vs. Wyoming Cowboys.

    3. ihatekstate
      September 9, 2015 at 5:35 pm

      Go to the big sky Wyoming. You suck!

    4. Michael Douglas Whitfield
      December 2, 2015 at 2:20 pm

      UW Cowboys will slowly get back to prominence after this past season’s debacle. Craig Bohl will have the Cowboys ready to compete for the MWC title in 2016.

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    1. Brentano
      September 1, 2015 at 4:59 pm

      Way to beef up the schedule Baylor. Just what the committee is looking for.

      • Tristan G.
        September 1, 2015 at 6:49 pm

        Shut the hell up! TexasStateUni is a great stuff ,making strides in football. Won’t be surprised if by 2020 gives the bears a run for their money. You guys have only been up the last couple of years. Don’t forget your history of old. There’s a reason people chanted worse than baylor!

    2. Jeff
      September 1, 2015 at 5:22 pm

      Well, here’s hoping that last slot for 2019-2022 is used wisely. I know there’s talk of a neutral site matchup, but how much better would it be if they scheduled 2 home/home series with middle-or-better power-5 teams? You have that fancy new stadium! Why not show it off? I mean, ok, some teams might think it’s more attractive to travel to Houston/Arlington/San Antonio, but Waco is still in the (recruit-heavy) state of Texas, and plenty of college towns are smaller and in the middle of nowhere. It can’t be that tough to make this happen.

      Shoot for Cal or Stanford or the Arizona schools or Iowa or Minnesota or Virginia Tech or Pitt or Louisville or Missouri or South Carolina or the Mississippi schools… or heck, play an early season game agains Oregon or USC or Florida State or Clemson or Ohio State or whatever. Let’s be honest, if you win one of those kinds of games you’re on the fast track to the playoffs, and if you lose one but are good enough to win out, that kind of loss is forgiven, especially if it was early in the season.

    3. josh
      September 1, 2015 at 5:27 pm

      yesss! eat em up cats

    4. schoup
      September 1, 2015 at 6:03 pm

      Baylor the king of garbage scheduling.

    5. Robert
      September 1, 2015 at 6:22 pm

      Chill guys. Texas State is growing so fast and getting more competitive every year. By 2021 TXST will be in another conference and their play will be in another level.

    6. Tristan G.
      September 1, 2015 at 7:00 pm

      I don’t understand you Baylor people a couple of good seasons and suddenly you’re too good for people? People used to chant “Worse than Baylor!” does that not humble yall a little bit?? Texas State is a program on the rise smack dab in central Texas. By 2021 the 500million dollars that are in the works for upgrading all the BobcatFacilities as well as building a 120million dollar new engineering building. Y’all know Texas State is the 4th largest university in Texas? Behind only UT, A&M, and UH? Texas State expects to get to 45,000 students in 10 years. Currently sitting on 38,000. San Marcos is also the fastes growing city in the country. By 2021 Texas State will be more than just a worthy opponent, it’ll be one you guys will have to prepare for! Not to mention it’s a good opportunity for you guys to try get some t-shirt fans away from the longhorns who are only 20 minutes away. That’ll be 2 games y’all play in their vicinity! Damn it use your brains before you speak! Most of yall went to Baylor so act like you can think critically. We’re college educated!

    7. PSUandUHDave
      September 1, 2015 at 7:03 pm

      I think people are giving way too much credit to a school that “may” be more in five years than they are now. I just don’t see the SBC growing in stature in upcoming years. Conference USA and the SBC are basically irrelevant in the college football world right now.

      So Baylor has yet to do anything to really raise their stature. They are taking the K St. approach and hoping for an unbeaten season. It’s their only hope.

      Art Briles just doesn’t seem to want to take on any of the big boys.

    8. Jeff
      September 1, 2015 at 9:06 pm

      Wow, and I will win the lottery bu 2020 because I am buying more lottery tickets. Typical Baylor thinking.

    9. Max
      September 1, 2015 at 10:01 pm

      Go Bobcats!! EAT GREEDY! Ready to kick some Baylor butt!

    10. Josh
      September 1, 2015 at 10:54 pm

      Baylor will suck by then. Poor scheduling by Texas State.

      • Dave
        September 1, 2015 at 11:36 pm

        If the inevitable decline for Baylor takes hold then Baylor just cancel this series and add moreIncarnate Word or Little Sisters of the Poor. Baylor, your time in the sun is rapidly coming to end and another 30 years of irrelevancy awaits you.

    11. Kurt
      September 2, 2015 at 1:37 am

      Baylor (Briles) has scheduled horribly in the past, but it looks like the AD is trying to rectify that, adding home-and-homes with Utah and Duke as well as scheduling the neutral field game with Arkansas.

      Any update on the potential Cal-Baylor game in Australia for 2016? In June it was said the idea was dead. But in July, it was reported the game is still in discussion.

      With the recently announced Arkansas game, Baylor’s OOC schedule for 2019 will not have a FCS program on it. And Baylor still has OOC slots open for 2020-22. Don’t be surprised if a P5 shows up the schedule for every one of those seasons..

      If the Cal game happens it is likely Baylor will end up with a P5 OOC game on its schedule every season onward.

      But for 2015, even if the Bears go undefeated I don’t see how their OOC schedule (SMU-Rice-Lamar) will benefit the Bears. Unless so many other teams falter, the Bears will not be deserving of a playoff spot.

      • Day
        September 2, 2015 at 8:41 am

        This is Baylor’s time to shine, new stadium on the water, Texas & Oklahoma are down right now, high speed offense, let them enjoy this! Not sure what will happen once the BIG-12 gets good again but since Nebraska has left it has not been the same.

    12. Rodger
      September 2, 2015 at 11:01 am

      As far as Baylor’s time to shine, we’ll see what TCU has to say about that. Horned Frogs with home field advantage. And the K-State game is on Snyder’s Field.

    13. jsr1972
      November 7, 2015 at 10:45 pm

      I thought it was a joke when I heard about Incarnate Word. The problem is that Briles’ ego is involved. He repeatedly claimed that a big 12 title is all a school needs to make the final 4 and even though that’s been disproven, he refuses to add a Cal, Tennessee, Stanford, Oregon, VaTech, Arkansas, ole miss – some solid team. Only having 3 nonconf (vs title game confs having 4) hurts, but it’s gotta be done. During the SWC days in 80s and early 90s, BU played Nebraska, OU and UGa that I recall. I recall JJ Joe and Melvin Bonner having a great game against GaTech for a BU win in 92.
      It is funny that people who clearly know nothing about college football talk about BU “going back to being the worst team in college football” as if they occupied that spot for decades. BU was the worst team in college football for 3 yrs. Morriss came in and cleaned up the mess – and it was a disaster – Steele left. He just couldn’t quite get the team over the hump in ’06. Briles took over a well-run program. While Morriss wishes he’d stayed at Kentucky, BU fans appreciate what he did.

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    1. Clay
      July 29, 2015 at 11:35 am

      Well scheduled

    2. Darrell
      July 29, 2015 at 11:39 am

      This is the kind of scheduling we need to see more of from the G5 conferences. A good home & home with a nearby team that fans would enjoy traveling to see.

      • Ponysup
        August 4, 2015 at 3:51 pm

        We would enjoy traveling to TCU, Baylor, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech instead.

    3. Shep
      July 29, 2015 at 11:47 am

      Now living in Texas, it’d be nice if these G5 Texas schools just created their own conference.

      North – UTEP, SMU, UNT, SFA, ACU, UT-A (assuming they add football which seems likely)
      South – Texas State, UH, SHSU, Rice, UTSA, HBU, Lamar

      13 schools, conference championship, and play a Florida-like schedule where you pretty much never leave the state.

    4. Josh
      July 29, 2015 at 12:24 pm

      The sunset in that photo is amazing.

    5. Ryan
      July 30, 2015 at 8:29 pm

      If you’re going to try to create a Texas based Group of 5 conference I’d go with:

      SMU, Houston, Tulsa, Tulane, UNT, Rice, UTSA, UTEP, Texas St, LA Tech, Arkansas St, ULL, ULM, USM

      7 Texas schools in one division, 7 non-Texas schools in the other.

    6. Mike
      August 26, 2015 at 3:07 pm

      SMU’s only chance at P5 will be if Texas and Oklahoma leave the Big 12 for the SEC. SEC West: Arkansas, LSU. Ole Miss, Miss. State, Missouri, Texas A & M, Texas, Oklahoma. SEC East: Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Kentucky. Ultimate league from now on.

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