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Florida State Seminoles Vs. Texas State Bobcats Recap

After leading just 21-10 at the half, tenth-ranked Florida State turned on the afterburners in the second half and racked up 38 points after the break during a season-opening win over Texas State. The Seminoles lost star quarterback Jameis Winston to the NFL, but their passing offense didn't miss a beat. Everett Golson completed 19 of 25 passes for 302 yards and four touchdowns, and backup Sean Maguire was 6-for-7 for 68 yards and another score. The Seminoles' rushing game was also on point, as Dalvin Cook ran for 156 yards and two touchdowns while Mario Pender added 92 yards and one touchdown. The Seminoles had 636 yards of offense in all while Texas State only had 300.

Texas Longhorns vs. Texas State Bobcats Recap

The strikes were of a different kind, Tuesday at Disch-Falk Field as the Texas Longhorn home game against Texas State San Marcos Bobcats was concealed due to lightning. The game was delayed for an hour and fifteen minutes and finally called off due to the frequency of lightning strikes in the vicinity. In what was to be the last home game for the Longhorns, star slugger Ben Johnson was scheduled to serve his one game suspension for questioning ball-and-strike calls in Texas' last game against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Johnson will now sit out against Baylor for the first game of a three-game series on May 16th.

Texas Longhorns vs. Texas State Bobcats Recap

The Texas State Bobcats had a nice first inning against in-state rival Texas Longhorns, but that was about all they could hang their hats on. The game was played in Austin at UFCU DischFalk Field on a beautiful late afternoon April day. The Bobcats jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first, highlighted by an RBI double to left field by G. Studdard, scoring C. Geisler and an RBI single by B. McElroy. But the Longhorns answered right back in the bottom of the first, scoring an 3 unearned runs all stemming from broken double play. The big blow was the Barrera triple to center field. You could almost see the air rush out of the Bobcats sails after the big inning by the Longhorns. The Longhorns added another 2 runs in the 3rd inning on a Gurwitz homer to left field. Unfortunately, the Bobcat's didn't get much else going after that besides a solo home run to left-center by T. Hill in the 6th inning making the score 5-3. The Longhorns Boswell hit another two run dinger in the 8th inning but the game was all but done at that point. The Bobcats seemed deflated from their first inning woes and never really caught their second wind.
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