Northern Iowa Has Most Historic Two Games In NCAA Tournament HistoryNot only were both of these games memorable and amazing and the reason we all love the NCAA Tournament, but they were both historic (not just because they were played against Texas teams).
Five Texas Teams Make NCAA’s, UH & TSU NIT BoundThe Road to the Final Four in Houston will begin this week and five Texas schools will participate in the 68-team field. Houston and TSU will hit the road to participate in the N.I.T.
Longhorns Legend Vince Young Arrested For Drunk DrivingPolice say former NFL quarterback Vince Young has been arrested on charges of drunken driving in Austin, Texas.
College Basketball Madness Coming Early In TexasWith a truly wide open college basketball field in 2016 with parity across the board, maybe a Texas team could make a deep run and put the Madness back in March.
Paul "Bear" Bryant Coach Of The Year Finalists AnnouncedThe finalists for the 2015 Paul “Bear” Bryant Coach of the Year Award were announced by the American Heart Association (AHA) and title sponsor of the award Marathon Oil Corporation on Wednesday. Nominees for the coveted award include: Larry Fedora (North Carolina), Kirk Ferentz (Iowa), Tom Herman (Houston), Ken Niumatalolo (Navy), Nick Saban (Alabama), David Shaw (Stanford) and Dabo Swinney (Clemson). The coaches for the Bear Bryant award are recognized for their on and off the field achievements for the 2015 season.
College Football Restructuring At The TopIt would seem Les Miles will coach the LSU Tigers once more, when they host Texas A&M this Saturday. Will Mark Richt be coaching his last game as Georgia’s head coach on Saturday when the Bulldogs play Georgia Tech in Atlanta?
The Texas Ten: Baptists are so good at football this year, they're even high-fiving in liquor stores
Upon Further Review: Historic Weekend In College Football
Longhorns Shock Sooners In Red River Rivalry Showdown
Rangers Fire Employee Who Tweeted "Fire Charlie"
Texas Player Retweets About Transferring During Half-Time Of Blowout Loss
Upon Further Review: Close Isn’t Enough