It turns out one athletic director can ignore the entire conference he's supposed to represent when voting on important NCAA decisions.
The Texas State Bobcats roll into Jonesboro to take on the Arkansas State Red Wolves, who secure an undisputed Sun Belt title with the win. But the Bobcats aren't rolling over.
It'll probably be a while before we learn who John Thompson's replacement is, but here's a first stab at a potential list of candidates.
Some Bobcats are likely to stay on for a few years, while others are facing stiff competition for roster spots.
The Bobcats showed off some good things in the spring game, and might be undervalued in Sun Belt preseason predictions. But everyone had better stay healthy.
The athletic department has come a long way in professionalism, but missed opportunities and a lack of emotional connection for fans still hamper their self-promotion efforts.
'Rak will head to Arizona, Franks to St. Louis, and Johnson to Houston as they join draft picks Craig Mager and David Mayo as well as Texas State alumni Joplo Bartu and Darryl Morris in the NFL.
An ACL/MCL tear kept him out of the NFL Combine, but his incredible athleticism could get him drafted anyway.
Gather your offseason survival supplies and take a look at a way too early, highly speculative projection of Texas State's two deep for next season.