Central Texas College Football List
Sunday, 31st August 2014 - 6:53PM
2012 CENTRAL TEXAS NCAA DATABASE
COLLEGE PLAYER NAME POSITION NUMBER YEAR HIGH SCHOOL
BAYLOR TROY BAKER OL #75 RS SO. CONNALLY
BAYLOR ANTHONY BETTERS CB #29 SO. MIDWAY
BAYLOR BEAU BLACKSHEAR DL #95 SO. MIDWAY
BAYLOR LEE BRISTOW LB #34 SO. MIDWAY
BAYLOR TREVOR CLEMONS-VALDEZ DL #98 SO. COPPERAS COVE
BAYLOR AHMAD DIXON NB #6 JR. MIDWAY
BAYLOR MIKE HICKS S #17 SR. CHINA SPRING
BAYLOR CHARLES KELLY LB #58 RS SO. MIDWAY
BAYLOR JEFF LePAK WR #26 RS SO. BELTON
BAYLOR ZACH NORTHERN DS #65 JR. MIDWAY
BAYLOR LEVI NORWOOD DB #42 JR. MIDWAY
BAYLOR TEVIN REESE WR #16 JR. TEMPLE
BAYLOR JARRED SALUBI RB #21 SR. WACO HIGH
BAYLOR CODY WETSEL WR #86 JR. WEST
BAYLOR CHRIS WINKLER PK #29 JR. TEMPLE
BAYLOR AIAVION EDWARDS RB/DB FR. STEPHENVILLE
BAYLOR ORION STEWERT DB FR. MIDWAY
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U.I.L. Announces Cutoff Numbers
Sunday, 31st August 2014 - 4:42PM
Here's the information for the new cutoff numbers for the upcoming realignment in February. Actual district setups will be announced in February.
U.I.L. Cutoff Numbers
District 11-6A and 12-6A to play at McLane Stadium
Sunday, 31st August 2014 - 4:41PM
I've confirmed all first round bi-district playoff games between District 11-6A and District 12-6A will be played at Baylor University's McLane Stadium the second weekend in November.
This will include teams from (District 11-6A), Tyler Lee, Rockall, Rowlett, Sacshe, North Garland, Garland, Naaman Forest, and Lakeview Centennial and (District 12-6A), Copperas Cove, Belton, Midway, Killeen High, Killeen Shoemaker, Killeen Ellison and Harker Heights.
Tim Buchanan steps down as HFC at Aledo...
Monday, 4th August 2014 - 4:03PM
Tim Buchanan explains his decision to step away as Head Coach at Aledo and focus full time on AD duties. Tim Buchanan steps down as Head Football Coach at Aledo
Palestine Hires Jay Brown as AD/Football Coach
Monday, 16th June 2014 - 8:01PM
Jay Brown, the defensive line coach at Denton Ryan, is now the new athletic director at head football coach at Palestine High School, "I was born, raised and played in Jacksonville so East Texas is in my blood, being so close in Palestine is very special for me." Brown, who was approved during a Monday school board meeting added, "I feel honored to get back in saddle again as the athletic director and head football coach, especially in East Texas."
Brown, has a deep history in East Texas, including being born, raised and playing in Jacksonville before attending Stephen F. Austin State University. Brown has also been the defensive coordinator at Henderson, a head coach for six years at Texas College and an assistant coach for nine years at New Mexico State, 2-years at his Alma Mater, SFA, and 3-years at Mississippi Valley State.
Brown replaces Lance Angel who is now the athletic director at Bryan I.S.D.