Its never too early for recruiting news....
Matt Gray - Abilene Christian, Angelo State, Tarleton, Texas A&M-Commerce, Texas A&M-Kingsville on his radar
Julian Clark - Tarleton, Texas A&M-Commerce, Texas A&M-Kingsville on his radar
Tevin Lovings - Abilene Christian, Angelo State, Tarleton, Texas A&M-Commerce, Texas A&M-Kingsville on his radar
Cornelsen hopes to jump start NSU offense
In Northeastern State head football coach Kenny Evans’ first season, the RiverHawks struggled offensively and finished last in the Lone Star Conference in total offense at just 259 yards per game.
In an effort to jump start the offense, Evans decided to bring in someone he was familiar with in the offseason.
That is why in January, Oklahoma State graduate assistant Brad Cornelsen was hired to take over the position of offensive coordinator.
Bengals sign ACU's Scott
CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Bengals have signed sixth-round draft pick Bernard Scott of Abilene Christian University and waived four players at the conclusion of their minicamp.
ASU TRACK & FIELD: Adams featured in SI’s 'Faces in the Crowd'
Angelo State heptathlete Aisha Adams is spotlighted in the June 22 issue of Sports Illustrated as part of the “Faces in the Crowd” section.
Adams, a sophomore from Covington, Tenn., captured media attention last month after competing in seven events at the NCAA Division Outdoor Track & Field National Championships. Adams claimed the title in the heptathlon and placed second in two other individual events at the national meet.
UTSA notebook: Possible football foes
The first UTSA football game won't come until Sept. 3, 2011, but talks already are under way to help fill the Roadrunners' first few schedules.
Sources said Friday that UTSA could include Georgia State and Northeastern (Okla.) State among its first opponents.
Northeastern State, meanwhile, is Coker's alma mater. The RiverHawks, who were the Redmen when Coker played there in 1966-69, play in the Division II Lone Star Conference.