Texas Football Classic

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The official logo of the Toyota Tundra Texas Football Classic.

The Texas Football Classic is a high school football event that takes place at the beginning of each football season at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. It was started in 1999 by the staff of Dave Campbell's Texas Football, an annual football publication that highlights every high school, college, and professional team in the state of Texas. Since then, it has grown from three games to five and spans three days, usually over Labor Day weekend.

Among the notable players that have participated in short history of the Classic are former Texas Longhorns and former Chicago Bears running back Cedric Benson, former Houston Cougars and current Buffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb, former Iowa Hawkeyes quarterback Drew Tate and former Missouri Tigers quarterback Chase Daniel. The Texas Football Classic was not planned for 2011 due to a lack of resources.[1]










  • San Antonio Madison 23, Seguin 11
  • New Braunfels Canyon 37, Pflugerville Hendrickson 7
  • Smithson Valley 17, The Woodlands 7
  • Austin Lake Travis 41, Texas City 34
  • McAllen Memorial 24, Victoria Memorial 22


  • San Antonio Alamo Heights 17, San Antonio Clark 3
  • Pflugerville Connally 16, Fredericksburg 6
  • Leander 30, A&M Consolidated 12
  • Corpus Christi Calallen 21, Laredo United 14
  • San Antonio Warren 41, La Joya 0



  • Floresville 36, Fox Tech 13
  • Boerne-Champion 28, Midlothian 24
  • Brenham 37, Katy Mayde Creek 14
  • Duncanville 33, Odessa Permian 14
  • Cibolo Steele 35, SA East Central 14


  • Uvalde 20, vs. Seguin 35
  • Abilene vs. Belton
  • Richmond Foster vs. El Paso Hanks
  • Gregory-Portland 22 vs. Port Neches-Groves 21
  • Georgetown vs. Killeen Harker Heights


  1. ^ "Texas Football Classic not planned this year". My SA. July 21, 2011.