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(Photo Gallery) Texas State football: Model Edition

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Malik Alley

Editor’s Note: The photojournalist reached out to and asked several members of the 2019 Texas State football team to partake in the photoshoot. The players that responded are the individuals on display. 

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  • David Tachie

  • David Tachie

  • David Tachie

  • David Tachie

  • David Tachie

  • David Tachie

  • David Tachie

  • David Tachie

  • Offensive lineman David Tachie, (54), comes from McKinney, Texas. Tachie originally started his football career right out of high school playing for Central Arkansas but felt the need to come back home to Texas. He transferred to Texas State in 2017 and finished off his football career as a Bobcat. Tachie chose to come to Texas State because of the family atmosphere. The football training program was turning around and he wanted to be a part of it. Tachie’s fondest memory from the 2019 football season is when the team beat Georgia State in triple overtime. Tachie, a fall 2019 graduate, reminisces about his time playing as a bobcat stating, “I’m just thankful for an opportunity to be around such a great city that supports us win or lose.”

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Dotson Schaefer

  • Defense lineman Dotson Schaefer, (93), comes from Fayetteville, Arkansas, where his school, Fayetteville High School, won two state championships. Schaefer received offers from the Air Force, Army, Navy, Missouri State and Central Arkansas but ultimately chose Texas State because of the location and opportunity to play in the Football Bowl Subdivision.

  • Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez

  • Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez

  • Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez

  • Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez

  • Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez

  • Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez

  • Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez

  • Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez

  • Defensive end Emmanuel Galvan-Vazquez, (97), comes from Buda, Texas, and played for the Jack C. Hays High School football team. Galvan-Vasquez was an All-District 25-6A first-team selection as a senior at Hays. Galvan-Vasquez finished the 2019 season with four total tackles and a fumble recovery.

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Malik Alley

  • Inside linebacker Malik Alley, (40), comes from Tyler, Texas. Alley began his college football career at Midwestern State University and helped the Mustangs to a 10-2 record in 2015. Alley transferred to Texas State in 2017 and has been an asset to the team ever since, finishing the 2019 season with 12 total tackles.

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