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TEXAS FOOTBALL STOCK WATCH
Who’s rising, who’s falling in football across the Lone Star State
Photo by Artie Guerrero
Corpus Christi Ray
Calallen has long been king of the Coastal Bend,
but watch out for the Texans, who started off 4-0
for the first time in more than a decade.
Though the games haven’t gone his team’s way, you
can’t fault the UTEP running back, who ranked
second in the nation in rushing after 4 games.
Central Texas is full of heavy-hitters, but few ex-
pected the Cougars to be this good, this quickly.
They have their sights set on a 4A title.
Remember when the Rattlers were a heavy favor-
ite to repeat as state champions last season? Now,
they’re fighting for a playoff spot.
Texas A&M’s defense
Call it the John Chavis effect: Through their first
four games in 2015, the Aggies allowed 22 points
per game. In 2016? Just 16, against tougher foes.
The O wls’ offense can’t seem to find any rhythm,
and the pass defense is as woeful as ever. David
Bailiff may need to refresh his résumé.