Articles Tagged “yard”

  • Headed to the Semifinals

    Headed to the Semifinals

    Led by wide receivers Richard Sincere and Torrance Williams and quarterback Brian Bell, No. 1 Sam Houston State defeated No. 7 Montana State 49-13 Saturday at Bowers Stadium to advance to the NCAA Division I Football Championship semifinals…

  • Flanders’ Late Drive Gives ‘Kats Big Win

    Flanders’ Late Drive Gives ‘Kats Big Win

    Tim Flanders completed a 10-play 83-yard drive with a seven-yard touchdown for the winning score as Sam Houston defeated Stony Brook 34-27 in an NCAA Division I Football second round game Saturday afternoon.

    Flanders rushed 21 times for 102 yards. The final drive took 5:32 off the clock. Stony Brook threw four incomplete passes to end the game…

  • Getting Ready for the Seawolves

    Getting Ready for the Seawolves

    At long last, it’s all set. Finally, the Bearkats know who they’ll be playing in next weekend’s FCS playoff game.

    While Stony Brook and Albany duked it out in a fight to the finish on Saturday afternoon, Sam Houston’s players and coaches sat at home eagerly studying the game online knowing that they would face the winner next weekend at Bowers Stadium…

  • ‘Kats End the Regular Season Undefeated

    ‘Kats End the Regular Season Undefeated

    Tim Flanders broke a Southland Conference scoring record and the Bearkat defense came up with big turnovers when it had to as Sam Houston State marched into the NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs with a perfect 11-0 record thanks to a 36-14 win over Texas State Saturday at Bobcat Stadium…

  • Staying Undefeated

    Staying Undefeated

    The third-ranked Bearkats made sure nobody else was going to stake a claim to their Southland Conference championship Saturday. Northwestern State became the latest and last league opponent to run into the buzz saw that is Sam Houston State…

  • ‘Kats Undefeated w/ 43 – 17 Victory Over Northwestern State

    ‘Kats Undefeated w/ 43 – 17 Victory Over Northwestern State

    Richard Sincere scored three touchdowns and Tim Flanders tallied two to lead Sam Houston to a 43-17 victory over Northwestern State Saturday afternoon at Bowers Stadium.

    The victory runs the No. 3 ranked Bearkats’ season record to 10-0 and earned Sam Houston its first ever undisputed Southland Conference football championship.

    Flanders rushed 20 times for 145 yards including a 15 yard touchdown. Sincere gained 75 yards on 11 carries and earned 102 yards on three catches.

  • Just Not Enough

    Just Not Enough

    Where, oh where did the Huntsville offense go? Honestly, every time the Hornets played a big game this season, their offense vanished.

    On Friday night, in arguably their most important game of the 2011 campaign, the Hornets’ “O” pulled its most confounding disappearing act.

    Two first downs. That’s all Huntsville managed in a 28-3 loss to the Montgomery Bears in a Class 4A Division I bi-district playoff game at Moorhead Stadium.

  • Defense Gets the ‘Kats Through

    Defense Gets the ‘Kats Through

    Give them a little bit of time and the Bearkats will find a way to wear their opponents down.

    Despite a few shaky series early on, Sam Houston got into gear and pulled away from Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday. The Kats flexed their muscles and rolled to a 38-9 victory, clinching at least a share of the Southland Conference championship…

  • Sincere Multi-tasks at Wide Receiver

    Sincere Multi-tasks at Wide Receiver

    For a player listed as wide receiver on the roster sheet, SHSU sophomore Richard Sincere holds a bit more responsibility when he’s on the field.

    Sometimes, the coaching staff might line Sincere up in the backfield where he’s most comfortable, often using his quarterback instincts to read opposing defensive schemes.

    Other times, Sincere lines up at wide out, where he is still a work in progress. But the most dangerous part of his arsenal is something the coaches can’t teach – explosiveness…

  • Bearkats Roll Over Lamar 66 – 0

    Bearkats Roll Over Lamar 66 – 0

    Sophomore Richard Sincere rushed for 102 yards and a 40-yard touchdown and caught a 77-yard pass for another TD to lead Sam Houston to a 66-0 shutout of the Lamar Cardinals Saturday afternoon at Eliott T. Bowers Stadium.

    The 66 points represented the second highest score for the Bearkats in a Southland Conference game. Sam Houston scored 69 against Nicholls in 1999…