“Voice of the Bobcats” retires after 27 years

Texas State’s iconic sports broadcaster Bill Culhane, who served as “The Voice of the Bobcats” for 27 years, officially retired from his position on Thursday. Culhane will be leaving a big hole in the program and said that he left the position to spend more time with his three kids. “It’s been brewing for a while now,” Culhane said. “It was really a combination of family first. I have three kids; my oldest son is a coach in the Austin area, my two youngest kids, my daughter is a swimmer at Dri

Sun Belt Tournament canceled due to coronavirus concerns

UPDATE-The Sun Belt Conference announced early Thursday afternoon that the semifinal and final rounds of the men’s and women’s Sun Belt Conference Championship, held Saturday-Sunday, will be canceled due to a growing coronavirus concern. The cancellation comes after multiple professional leagues have paused their seasons and/or canceled games due to the COVID-19, or coronavirus. The NCAA announced Wednesday that they will continue to prepare for the NCAA Tournament, but will not admit fans and

“Little Women” does big things for Oscar season

Anytime an award-winning book is made into a movie, there are two distinct and separate camps that hold their breath. ‘Movie people’ who think that the only way to make great movies are with original ideas and concepts and ‘book people’ who think that making every book into a movie devalues the source material because fewer people will read the book if a movie is available. Both groups can rest easy as “Little Women” is an early favorite to win the Oscar for “Best Picture” this February. “Littl

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