Texas State (@21.0) vs Texas A&M (@ )

Our Prediction:

Texas State will win

Texas State – Texas A&M Match Prediction | 24-08-2019 20:30

The state is a leader in renewable energy commercialization; it produces the most wind power in the nation.[190][193] In 2014, 10.6% of the electricity consumed in Texas came from wind turbines.[194] The Roscoe Wind Farm in Roscoe, Texas, is one of the world's largest wind farms with a 781.5 megawatt (MW) capacity.[195] The Energy Information Administration states the state's large agriculture and forestry industries could give Texas an enormous amount biomass for use in biofuels.

Notwithstanding the concentration of elite medical centers in the state, The Commonwealth Fund ranks the Texas healthcare system the third worst in the nation.[354] Texas ranks close to last in access to healthcare, quality of care, avoidable hospital spending, and equity among various groups.[354] Causes of the state's poor rankings include politics, a high poverty rate, and the highest rate of illegal immigration in the nation.[204] In May 2006, Texas initiated the program "code red" in response to the report the state had 25.1 percent of the population without health insurance, the largest proportion in the nation.[355] Research shows that adolescents who see alcohol use in advertisements, television shows, and movies are more likely to start drinking alcohol at a younger age.

Swift fox similar to the kit fox, but only found in the Panhandle. Texas has 4 fox species:Gray fox the most common, its the only fox that climbs trees and naps in the branches. Foxes possess both dog and cat-like qualities, so their young can be called pups or kits. Red fox its many feline traits include arching its back and puffing up when frightened,and its pups even hiss like kittens. Kit fox our smallest fox at 3-6 lbs.,it lives in West Texas deserts.

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People identifying as multiracial form 1.9 percent of the population, and number over 448,000 people. People of European and American Indian ancestry number over 108,800 (close to the number of Native Americans), and make up 0.5 percent of the population. Multiracial individuals are also a visible minority in Texas. Almost 80,000 Texans claim African and European heritage, and make up 0.3 percent of the population. People of European and Asian ancestry number over 57,600, and form just 0.2 percent of the population. People of African and Native American ancestry were even smaller in number (15,300), and make up just 0.1 percent of the total population.

Over one-third of Texas residents are of Hispanic origin; while many have recently arrived, some Tejanos have ancestors with multi-generational ties to 18th century Texas. German descendants inhabit much of central and southeast-central Texas. [225][226] In addition to the descendants of the state's former slave population, many African American college graduates have come to the state for work recently in the New Great Migration.[225] Recently, the Asian population in Texas has grownprimarily in Houston and Dallas. The African American population in Texas is increasing due to the New Great Migration. Other communities with a significantly growing Asian American population is in Austin, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, and the Sharyland area next McAllen, Texas.

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The most common accent or dialect spoken by natives throughout Texas is sometimes referred to as Texan English, which itself is a sub-variety of a broader category of American English known as Southern American English.[241][242]Creole language is spoken in East Texas.[243] In some areas of the stateparticularly in the large cities Western American English and General American English, have been on the increase. Chicano Englishdue to a growing Hispanic populationis widespread in South Texas, while African-American English is especially notable in historically minority areas of urban Texas.


An additional 50 leagues of land set aside for the support of two universities would later become the basis of the state's Permanent University Fund.[271] Lamar's actions set the foundation for a Texas-wide public school system.[272]Between 2006 and 2007, Texas spent $7,275 per pupil ranking it below the national average of $9,389. The second president of the Republic of Texas, Mirabeau B. During his term, the state set aside three leagues of land in each county for equipping public schools. Due to court-mandated equitable school financing for school districts, the state has a controversial tax redistribution system called the "Robin Hood plan". The Texas Education Agency (TEA) administers the state's public school systems. Texas paid instructors $41,744, below the national average of $46,593. The pupil/teacher ratio was 14.9, below the national average of 15.3. Lamar, is the Father of Texas Education. Texas has over 1,000 school districts; all districts except the Stafford Municipal School District are independent from municipal government and many cross city boundaries.[273] School districts have the power to tax their residents and to assert eminent domain over privately owned property.

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