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A lovely email from Larry received just now. Replied back asking him to get fucked. Doubt he ever gets it.


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A lovely email from Larry received just now. Replied back asking him to get fucked. Doubt he ever gets it.


The ‘A Message From the AD’ subject line had me hopeful for a minute that it was going to a retirement/moving on announcement. Maybe next time...


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This goes along with what I am often talking about. He has enough accomplishments to compensate for his main liability, our football program which is as large as a liability than than entire rest of the athletics department combined. FIRETEIS!

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As the fall semester comes to an end, I want to congratulate the 22 student-athletes who are participating in December's commencement ceremonies this Friday and Saturday inside the University Events Center, 17 of whom will receive their "T" rings, graduation cords, and Sun Belt Conference medallions. These student-athletes include football players Malik Alley, Stephan Johnson, Jacob Rowland, Tommy Simmons, James Sherman, Anthony D. Taylor, and Tyler Watts; volleyball players Halee Brewer and Erin Hoppe; basketball players Deris Duncan, Eric Terry, and Zandra Emanuel; softball players Randi Rupp, Sara Rupp and Sierra Steimel; baseball players Theodore Hoffman, Dylan Paul, Braden Pearson, and Mickey Scott; and track and field athletes Esther Oyetunde, Alvin Chikaeze, and Jose Angel Gonzalez,

I also want to commend our 23rd graduate, Donte Mathis, who has returned to Texas State to earn his bachelor's degree following his 13-year career in professional basketball. Donte was named to the Southland Conference All-Decade Team for the 1990s after becoming the only Texas State player to be named the Southland Conference Player of the Year (1999). A three-time All-SLC selection, he started 99 games in his career and ranks third all-time in career scoring (1,622 points) and field goals made (596). He helped the Bobcats win two conference championships and the 1999 SLC Tournament. After leaving Texas State, he went on to play two summers in the USBL and led Dodge City to a championship in his first year and runner-up finish in his second. He moved to the European stage and played 13 seasons, playing one year in Germany, one in Slovenia, and 11 in Italy.

I also want to take a moment to toast another former basketball player, Paul Borreson, who is retiring from Brown Distributing after 37 years of service. Paul played basketball at Texas State from 1977-79 and was inducted into the "T' Association Hall of Honor in 2009. During his time at Brown Distributing, he served as the company's liaison with Texas State Athletics and has played an integral part in our relationship. I want to thank him for all his support through the years and wish him a happy retirement as he begins this new chapter in life.

Speaking of basketball, I am excited for our men's basketball team. Their 9-1 record is the third-best start to a season in school history and the best since 1952-53. Head Coach Danny Kaspar and his team received 56 votes in this week's CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25 poll, and they take a seven-game winning streak into their next game at UT-Rio Grande Valley this Saturday night. After playing at Arkansas on Dec. 22, the team returns home to play Howard Payne on Dec. 29.

We are one of four Sun Belt Conference schools receiving votes in this week's Mid-Major poll. Louisiana and Georgia Southern are No. 16 and No. 18, respectively. Georgia State moved into the poll at No. 23.

Bobcat fans have a chance to watch these ranked Sun Belt teams battle in Strahan Arena this season. We open our Sun Belt Conference schedule against Georgia Southern on January 3 and Georgia State on January 5. We host Louisiana on February 23.

This time of year is a time of reflection and a time of hope. Twenty-two student-athletes will soon walk across the stage and reflect upon their time at Texas State. Another will stride with confidence and pride for achieving a personal goal. And yet, another can be proud of his service to the entire Bobcat family. Our basketball teams and coaches are busy marking their places in the record books so Bobcat fans who are, and Bobcat fans who will be, can share in the excitement and hope for the future.

It is a great day to be a Bobcat!


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University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 2018 NCAA Division III Football Champions!

Congratulations Crusaders.

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2018 15-0 Nat'l Champion
2017 24-1 NC Runner Up
2016 15-0 Nat'l Champion

Randy Mann was promoted to Vice-President for Athletics in May of 2012 after serving as full-time Associate Athletic Director for four years. He spent the previous eight years serving as head men's golf coach and associate AD. Coach Mann guided the Cru to the American Southwest Conference championship in 2008 and closed out his coaching career by guiding the Cru to the first NCAA Division III National Tournament berth in the program's history. Mann also led the Cru to ASC championships in 2005 and 2001. The 2001 conference championship was the first conference title in the history of the UMHB men's golf program. The Crusaders never finished lower than fourth in the ASC Tournament during Mann's tenure in Belton. The Crusaders also narrowly missed earning the first NCAA Division III National Championship berth in the program's history in the spring of 2004, although Dillon Gooch qualified as an individual to become the first UMHB men's golfer to compete in the NCAA Division III National Tournament.

Coach Mann came to UMHB from Temple High School, where he spent seven years as head coach of the boys and girls golf teams. Coach Mann spent a total of 19 years teaching and coaching in the Temple Independent School District. He took the Temple boys golf team to four district titles and two district runner-ups finishes in his seven years as coach. In that same time, Coach Mann took the girls team to three district titles and three district runner-up finishes. The teams only missed the regional tournament once each during Coach Mann's tenure.

Randy Mann is a 1980 graduate of Tarleton State University in Stephenville, and he received his master's degree from Tarleton in 1998. He and his wife, Caroline, have three sons, Mitchell, Michael, and Marshall.

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New University Star (opinion) article...

https://star.txstate.edu/2019/01/texas- ... h-of-teis/

The firing of former Texas State head football coach Everett Withers and the hiring of new coach Jake Spavital felt like a power move by the athletic department and the university administration. This play is a distraction to former and current students, faculty and members of the San Marcos community from the very vocal and tenacious “#FireTeis” movement.

Despite the promptness of the new hiring, however, the people of San Marcos have not been fooled. Regardless of who the new head football coach is, Athletic Director Larry Teis has done very little to push the athletic department in a positive direction, and his firing or resignation is well past due.

Teis’ role as an athletic director is no different than the hundreds of other athletic directors across the nation. He is tasked with overseeing and ensuring the well-being of the athletics department, from ground-zero to the very top. And just like any other underperforming director, coach or staff member is unquestionably fired, Teis is absolutely no exception.

Teis’ job includes providing student-athletes with the necessities they need in order to be successful in their respective sports. However, judging by the lack of overall success in terms of wins, he clearly has not done his job effectively. How do you know this is his job?

Since Teis became athletic director in March of 2004, Texas State’s football team, men’s basketball team and women’s basketball team have possessed overall losing records. Men’s cross country and men’s golf have not witnessed much success at all. The baseball, volleyball, soccer and softball teams have retained overall winning records, but none of those head coaches were hired by Dr. Teis, so none of their hard work and success should be associated with him.

To make matters and his actions worse, an even further disgrace to the university’s athletics, Teis has conveyed a lack of care for students and student-athletes outside of their respective playing fields.

In a Twitter thread, Keff Ciardello, a Texas State beat writer for the Austin American-Statesman claimed that after a bus accident en route to a football game, in which several student-athletes and staff workers were sent to the hospital for injuries, Teis did not reach out to or make any statement on behalf of the athletics department recognizing those individuals.

His lack of action regarding what likely could have been a frightening experience for the people involved says more about his character than any of his words can convey. Make no mistake, Teis did not speak to or reach out to anyone because he genuinely did not care to do so. There is absolutely no other explanation that he or the university could put out to change that sentiment. Students deserve an athletic director that cares about them in every facet of their individual lives; not an individual who is merely in place to collect a ridiculous salary for not doing much.

Another crucial aspect of Teis’ job is marketing, which he is also terrible at. Texas State’s more than successful volleyball program gets little to no recognition. Very seldom are there any billboards outside of San Marcos promoting Texas State athletic events. Very seldom is there Texas State athletic merchandise in stores outside of San Marcos. Very seldom is Dr. Teis reported having met with loyal donors who may not have much to offer but still find ways to contribute.

Teis has been so bad at his job that even long-time donors to the athletic department are beginning to pull out.

Individuals who have continually supported Texas State athletics are now preparing to take their hard-earned money elsewhere and that speaks volumes about Teis. It says that individuals no longer have faith in him. It says that people are sick and tired of having an athletic director that does not cater to their needs. It says that the community is fed up and will continue to keep their dollars until he is relieved of his duties.

A good athletic director is one who places an emphasis on having great fan relations. To no one’s surprise, Teis has failed at that as well. Even worse, people in San Marcos genuinely do not like, respect or support him.

Fans began a “Vote of No Confidence” poll for Teis, and almost 400 individuals have responded. Voters range from longtime supporters to actual employees in the athletic department. Listed reasons for those that lack confidence in Teis range from personal experiences to overall poor job performance.

Teis has proven that he is not capable of being a competent leader. He has not supported or helped students. He has been terrible at marketing. He has lost donors. He has lost money. He has lost any support that he may have garnered over the years from Texas State students, faculty, alumni and the San Marcos community.

The people have witnessed enough. It is in the best interests of the athletic department and Texas State to finally cut ties with Teis.


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The bats at the Spurs game last night reminded me that Lawrence killed hundreds of bats in the dark of night when the football stadium was being renovated. Apparently this is illegal in Texas? Can we finally get rid of Lawrence with the help of PETA?


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My opinion criticism of Teis now has me blocked from the MBB Twitter account...

Another douche move...

Truth hurts, huh Larry boy?


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Hi everyone. I am new to this forum.


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