Monday, February 14, 2011

LSC Roundup 2-14

ASU BASKETBALL: Rams dealt humiliating 20-point loss by Buffs - San Angelo Standard Times
Timely shots - Times Record News
Texans win at home over Greyhounds, 85-75  - TSU Sports
Javs Hold Off Wildcats - TAMK Sports
ACU hoops: Lankford, Smith fuel win over Lady Javs - Abilene Reporter News
women's basketball Mustangs secure 2nd straight win - Times Record News
No. 21 TexAnns complete best 21-game start in school history with 39-point win - TSU Sports
 Basketball wins third straight with 54-39 victory over Cameron - TWU Sports
Basketball (W): Women Complete Sweep of ECU, 76-66  - SWO Sports
W. Basketball: Hobbs' Threes Lift Storm past UCO - SOSU Sports


Texans escape with 6-5 victory in 10 innings at Southwestern Oklahoma  - TSU Sports
ASU BASEBALL: Rams fight back to earn split with Incarnate Word - San Angelo Standard Times
A grand opening for Buffs - Amarillo Globe News
Buffs Split Doubleheader with Bronchos  - WTAM Sports
Baseball: Baseball Downs ECU, 12-4 - SOSU Sports
Opener Spoiled - NSU Sports


ASU SOFTBALL: Rambelles earn sweep in Classic - San Angelo Standard Times
ASU SOFTBALL: 'Belles boost record to 7-0 - San Angelo Standard Times
Mustangs dominate in two wins - Times Record News
MSU suffers 1st loss of season - Times Record News
Midwestern State wins Javelinas' softball tourney - Corpus Christi Caller
Softball: Gilliland powers ACU past St. Mary's - Abilene Reporter News
STRONG FINISH for ACU softball - Abilene Reporter News
Rattlers Outlast #6 Lady Buffs, 7-4  - WTAM Sports
#6 Lady Buffs Use Big First Inning to Beat Cameron, 7-4  - WTAM Sports


Tarleton tennis drops first competition of spring to No. 6 ACU - TSU Sports
Wildcats fall to Lamar, 5-2  - ACU Sports

Ex-Javelinas star Randle lands in Texas Sports Hall - Richard Oliver, San Antonio Express
WACO — John Randle recalls arriving at the Texas A&I campus in summer 1988, a long-limbed defensive lineman transferring in from Trinity Valley Community College.

It was 9 o'clock at night. And it was still hot.

“It was so dark, you couldn't see anything,” Randle said, laughing. “The next morning, I got up and all I could see was palm trees everywhere around me. I thought, ‘Where the heck am I?'”

The retired football player had much the same feeling Monday night as he arrived at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame to be inducted into its 2010 class.

Randle, 43, grew up in Mumford, just outside Hearne. He learned football playing with his two brothers on the dirt yard outside the 400-square-foot shack shared with their single mom, Martha.

But from those humble surroundings, his gridiron talent took him from high school to community college in Athens to Texas A&I and on to stardom with the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks. In August, Randle — undersized in high school and undrafted out of college — was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

“I wasn't the biggest guy playing football,” he said in the raspy voice that bedeviled offensive linemen and quarterbacks for 13 NFL seasons. “I probably had the most fun of anybody playing football.”

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