Texas State Football 2017 matches prediction and TV coverage: A text with photos of a mom hanging out with some Texas State football players during her daughter’s college orientation has gone viral. Avery Foster posted the photo on Twitter and it has gotten more than 89,000 retweets and 407,000 likes as of Wednesday morning.
Viral video shows college grad shouting ‘Ginobili’ after receiving a diploma. Pick 6: College football fanbases most cool with their coach. Brown, Beamer debut on College Football Hall of Fame ballot. Foster’s tweet read, “My mom dropped me off today for College freshman orientation and she sends me this…” Her mom’s text response jokingly read, “I made some friends. Don’t wait up!” The tweet included pictures of her mom spending the day with the members of the Bobcats football.
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The tweet was shown on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and even ESPN’s “Sportscenter.” This mom and incoming Texas State student have apparently won the internet for the week. Turns out, the photos were all part of a scholarship contest. According to Foster, parents were allowed to eat on the football field while students attended orientation. During dinner, it was announced whoever took a “silly selfie” and posted it to the university’s account would be entered into the running for a $500 scholarship for their student. “A lot of people were trying to hide that they were taking selfies with the football players in the background,” Foster said. “My mom decided she wasn’t going to hide trying to take a picture, so she went straight up to the football players and asked for pictures.”
Texas State Football 2017: Texas State’s two-month wait to get a football commitment ended Wednesday when Tyler Junior College safety Brandon Johnson pledged to the Bobcats. He’s the first commitment for the 2018 class since three pledges — Wylie quarterback Stacy Conner, Waxahachie offensive tackle Jack York and San Marcos guard Alex Costilla — withdrew their commitments this spring, the last rejection coming April 20 from Costilla.
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Johnson visited Texas State last weekend, touring the facilities and meeting with head coach Everett Withers. Texas State was the only school to offer him a scholarship. “He’s a real good head coach,” Johnson said of Withers. “My first impression is that he’s one of a kind and knows a lot about football. I like him a lot.” At Texas State, he’ll reunite with two former teammates from Dallas Skyline — center Aaron Brewer and fellow safety Markeveon Coleman. “I just feel real comfortable coming in with them already there,” Johnson said. He will have two years of eligibility at Texas State if he signs. He is set to graduate next spring and would join the Bobcats in the summer. Source Link