Lifted to an history victory on a memorable comeback, Steve Huff summed up the first football game between College Station and A&M Consolidated with a statement that worked in the present tense and the future tense.
|@ Rosenburg Terry||Aug 28||L: 35 - 19||Click to listen|
|vs. Waco||Sep 5||W: 48 - 17||Click to listen|
|vs. Elgin||Sep 19||W: 51 - 34||Click to listen|
|@ Willis||Sep 26||W: 59 - 21||Click to listen|
|vs. Rudder||Oct 3||W: 83 - 20||Click to listen|
|@ Livingston||Oct 10||W: 70 - 17||Click to listen|
|vs. Huntsville||Oct 17||W: 48 - 27||Click to listen|
|@ A&M Consolidated||Oct 24||W: 34 - 31||Click to listen|
|vs. Bryan||Oct 31||07:30 PM||No audio|
|@ Caney Creek||Nov 7||07:30 PM||No audio|
It wasn’t easy, but College Station is 1 for 1 making the playoffs.
The Cougars earned a spot in the postseason in their first season in a UIL district with a 48-27 victory over Huntsville on Friday at Cougar Stadium.
LIVINGSTON — The College Station Cougars were rude guests at the Livingston Lions’ homecoming Friday night, cruising to a 70-17 victory in District 18-5A action.
In what looks like an inevitable trek into the playoffs in their first year in a UIL district, the Cougars’ fifth straight victory pushed their streak of district blowouts to three for three.