The Texas State football team will open fall camp Monday with plenty of questions, a lot to prove and, as a member of a new conference, scenarios that the Bobcats have become accustomed to in the past three seasons.
After leaving the Southland Conference, the Bobcats played 2011 as an independent and last season — the school’s second as a Football Bowl Subdivision team — in the Western Athletic Conference. This year, it seems as if Texas State has found a conference (the Sun Belt) in which to put down some roots and stay awhile.
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