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How ranked football teams fared

How teams ranked in the USA Today Coaches' Poll fared in games Sept. 15-17.
By United Press International

COL FB: Baylor 48, Stephen F. Austin 0

WACO, Texas, Sept. 17 (UPI) -- Robert Griffin III hurled three TD passes and gained 78 yards on the ground Saturday in 24th-ranked Baylor's 48-0 storm-shortened rout of Stephen F. Austin.

Schedule for ranked college football teams

This week's schedule for USA Today Coaches' poll ranked college football teams:
By United Press International

Schedule for ranked college football teams

This week's schedule for USA Today Coaches' poll ranked college football teams:
By United Press International

Schedule for ranked college football teams

This week's schedule for USA Today Coaches' poll ranked college football teams:
By United Press International

Schedule for ranked college football teams

This week's schedule for USA Today Coaches' poll ranked college football teams:
By United Press International

Schedule for ranked college football teams

Schedule for this week's ranked college football teams:
By United Press International

COL BKB: Sam Hou. St. 64, S.F. Austin 48

KATY, Texas, March 13 (UPI) -- Gilberto Clavell scored 21 points Saturday, sparking Sam Houston State to a 64-48 win over Stephen F. Austin in the Southland Conference Tournament title game.

COL BKB: Syracuse 59, S.F. Austin 44

MIAMI, March 20 (UPI) -- Jonny Flynn scored 16 points and Paul Harris grabbed 16 rebounds Friday, lifting Syracuse to a 59-44 NCAA Tournament first-round win over Stephen F. Austin.

COL BKB: Mass 80, Stephen Austin 60

AMHERST, Mass., March 18 (UPI) -- Dante Milligan had 24 points Tuesday, helping Massachusetts score an 80-60 victory over Stephen F. Austin in the first round of the NIT.

S. F. Austin player dies during practice

NACOGDOCHES, Texas, Jan. 30 (UPI) -- Greg Wallace, a center on the Stephen F. Austin basketball team, collapsed and died during practice Friday, the school announced.

Southland Conference Roundup

HUNTSVILLE, Texas, March 14 (UPI) -- Sam Houston State earned its first NCAA Tournament appearance Friday with a 69-66, overtime victory over Stephen F. Austin in the Southland Conference champions
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Stephen F. Austin
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Stephen Fuller Austin (November 3, 1793 – December 27, 1836), known as the Father of Texas, led the second and ultimately successful colonization of the region by bringing 300 families from the United States. The capital of Texas, Austin in Travis County, Austin County, Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Austin College in Sherman, as well as a number of K-12 schools are named in his honor.

Stephen F. Austin was born in the mining regions of southwestern Virginia (Wythe County), in what is now known as Austinville, some 250 miles (400 km) southwest of Richmond, Virginia. He was the second child of Moses Austin and Mary Brown, the first, Eliza Austin, having lived only one month. On June 8, 1798, when he was four years old, his family moved forty miles west of the Mississippi River to the lead mining region in present-day Missouri. His father Moses Austin received a Sitio from the Spanish government for the mining site of Mine á Breton.

When Austin was eleven years old, his family sent him to be educated at Bacon Academy in Colchester, Connecticut and then at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky, from which he graduated in 1810. After graduating in Kentucky, Austin began studying to be a lawyer, at age twenty-one he served in the legislature of the Missouri Territory. As a member of the territorial legislature, he was "influential in obtaining a charter for the struggling Bank of St. Louis."

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