Coach's Nights


Coach’s Nights Featuring Bobcat Football Head Coach G.J. Kinne

Thank you for being a part of the excitement around the upcoming Bobcat Football season by joining your local alumni network at Coach’s Night. You heard from Bobcat Football Head Coach G.J. Kinne as he previewed the team and upcoming season and many of you also heard from President Kelly Damphousse.

Many thanks to our sponsors (listed below)!

Thursday, June 8
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Sponsored by
Legacy Mutual Mortgage

Tuesday, June 13
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Ozona Grill & Bar

Sponsored by
American Property Services, Inc.
NT Window

Wednesday, June 14
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Highline Park
Bobcat-owned Business

Sponsored by
Edgar Investment Management
Texas Capital Bank

Thursday, June 15
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Industry - East Side
Bobcat-owned Business

Sponsored by
Greater Texas Credit Union
Legacy Real Estate Group

Attend to Win

Each event will feature several chances to win a door prizes, including gift cards from Barefoot Campus Outfitter. Barefoot Campus Outfitter was founded on the idea that college apparel should be cool! They have all the Texas State University and Bobcat gear you need, from game day to lazy days. Shop T-shirts, mugs, hats and more at their shop located near campus.


More about Coach Kinne

G.J. Kinne was named the head coach of Texas State football in December 2022 as the 21st head coach in program history.

An offensive mastermind with NFL experience and deep roots in the state of Texas, Kinne arrived in San Marcos after helping lead Incarnate Word to a Southland Conference championship, No. 7 national ranking, and a national seed in the FCS Playoffs. Originally from Mesquite, Texas, Kinne was a highly-rated quarterback recruit out of high school who went on to be a three-year starter at Tulsa and then embarked on a five-year professional career in the NFL and CFL.

He has coached at both the collegiate and NFL levels, starting as a graduate assistant at SMU in 2017 to an offensive assistant with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2019 to his head coaching roles.