Thursday was media day for the Texas College Steers. The second-year team put on the football jerseys for the first time this season to smile for the cameras. Then they went right back to work.
Last year's team went 7-3 playing independent club-level ball. This year, Texas College joins the Central States Football League. In just their second year back from a forty-year football hiatus, Steers head coach Jay Brown is glad to finally have a little veteran experience.
"It really helped to have guys that have played and understand the level of college football," Brown says. "We've got some freshmen that are really going to help us out. Our biggest challenge will b
"I came here in the spring (of 2003)," senior linebacker Adrian Lacy says. "We only had thirty players. Now, I see it going in a gre
The Steers will have a joint practice and scrimmage Friday with a college from Toluca, Mexico. Saturday, they'll have a scrimmage with Tyler Junior College at Pat Hartley Field.