SAN ANGELO – Tarleton’s defense came to the rescue by forcing five turnovers and returning two fumbles for scores in a 30-24 road win over Angelo State to open up Lone Star Conference play. Advertisements
STEPHENVILLE – After nine seasons with Tarleton State, Henry Cofer has resigned his position as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach for the Texan football program in order to pursue other career goals.
STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — If one thing highlights Tarleton State’s 2015 football signing class, it’s familiarity.
WICHITA FALLS – In a reversal of this season’s earlier matchup in Stephenville, Tarleton State exacted its revenge over rival Midwestern State with a last-minute touchdown – this time to claim a third-place finish in the LSC Playoffs.
STEPHENVILLE (TheFlash.Today) – Kyle Washington fired a 4-yard touchdown to Chris Omigie with 35 seconds left as Angelo State overcame an 18-point second half deficit to knock off Tarleton State 34-31 at Memorial Stadium Saturday night.
ABILENE (TheFlash.Today) – Clifton Rhodes III is, statistically speaking, the best wide receiver ever to play for Tarleton State (4-3, 4-2), and the 2014 Texan offense is making a solid argument to be labeled the best in school history.
STEPHENVILLE (TheFlash.Today) – Tarleton State celebrated homecoming in style at Memorial Stadium Saturday night, breaking senior-college era single-game records for scoring, touchdowns, first downs, margin of victory and more in an 80-14 thumping of Texas A&M-Kingsville.
STEPHENVILLE (TheFlash.Today) – Texas A&M-Commerce (4-1, 3-0) limited Tarleton State (1-3, 1-2) to just 38 rushing yards and jumped out to a big early lead before cruising to a 53-25 win over the Texans at Commerce’s Memorial Stadium Saturday night.
STEPHENVILLE – Midwestern State (3-0, 2-0) struggled to finish drives all night, but when the 18th-ranked Mustangs needed it most, they finally found the end zone.
CANYON – Collin Strahan rushed for 124 yards and passed for 123 in his first college start, and Cody Burtscher ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns as No. 16 Tarleton State edged No. 22 West Texas A&M 31-27 at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon Saturday night.