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2005 Texas State Bobcats football team

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2005 Texas State Bobcats football
Texas State Athletics wordmark.svg
ConferenceSouthland Conference
Ranking
Sports NetworkNo. 4
FCS CoachesNo. 4
2005 record11-3 (5-1 Southland)
Head coachDavid Bailiff (2nd season)
Home stadiumBobcat Stadium
(Capacity: 10,000)
Seasons
← 2004
2006 →
2005 Southland Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
No. 4 Texas State +^   5 1         11 3  
No. 17 Nicholls State +^   5 1         6 4  
[[{{{school}}}|McNeese State]]   3 3         5 4  
[[{{{school}}}|Northwestern State]]   3 3         5 5  
[[{{{school}}}|Southeastern Louisiana]]   2 4         4 6  
[[{{{school}}}|Sam Houston State]]   2 4         3 7  
[[{{{school}}}|Stephen F. Austin]]   1 5         5 6  
  • + – Conference co-champions
  • ^ – Division I-AA playoff participant
Rankings from The Sports Network poll

The 2005 Texas State Bobcats football team represented Texas State University–San Marcos in the 2005 NCAA Division I-AA football season. The Bobcats were led by second year head coach David Bailiff, played their home games at Bobcat Stadium as a member of the Southland Conference. They finished the season with a record of eleven wins and three losses (11-3, 5-1 Southland). They finished the season with an overtime loss against Northern Iowa in the Semifinals of the I-AA playoffs.

Schedule[edit]

DateOpponentRankSiteTVResult
September 3[[{{{school}}}|Delta State]]*No. 23
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
W 32-25
September 10[[{{{school}}}|Southern Utah]]*No. 23
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
W 34-0
September 22at Texas A&M*No. 14
  • Kyle Field
  • College Station, TX
L 31-44
October 1[[{{{school}}}|South Dakota State]]*No. 16
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
W 42-12
October 8at [[{{{school}}}|Southeastern Louisiana]]No. 14
  • Strawberry Stadium
  • Hammond, LA
W 30-15
October 15[[{{{school}}}|Oklahoma Panhandle State]]*No. 10
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
W 45-42
October 22[[{{{school}}}|Northwestern State]]No. 7
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
W 31-16
October 29at Nicholls State (Battle for the Paddle)No. 6
  • John L. Guidry Stadium
  • Thibodaux, LA
L 29-32
November 5[[{{{school}}}|McNeese State]]No. 10
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
W 49-7
November 12at [[{{{school}}}|Stephen F. Austin]]No. 7
  • Homer Bryce Stadium
  • Nacogdoches, TX
W 38-21
November 19[[{{{school}}}|Sam Houston State]]No. 5
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
W 26-23 (OT)
November 26No. 6 Georgia Southern (First Round, Division I-AA Championship)*No. 4
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
ESPN2W 50-35
December 3No. 10 Cal Poly (Quarterfinals, Division I-AA Championship)*No. 4
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
ESPN2W 14-7
December 9No. 7 Northern Iowa (Semifinals, Division I-AA Championship)*No. 4
  • Bobcat Stadium
  • San Marcos, TX
ESPN2L 37-40 (OT)
  • *Non-conference game
  • Rankings from The Sports Network I-AA Poll released prior to game

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