The digital content manager of CBS Radio Houston, Garret is a father, husband, sports fan and former comedian.
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I’m only counting the last 17 years because the USA was still mostly depending on colleges to develop players until the late 1990’s. Until Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley stormed onto the scene as 20-year-old stars in 2002, heading to Europe as a teenager to train and play wasn’t even a thought. Now it is the best way for US Born players to become National Team stars.
The Houston Texans are entering their 16th season in the NFL. They are still looking at their first, THEIR FIRST, uniform and logo design
The Houston Super Bowl Committee commissioned a study to see the economic impact the Big Game had on the city for the 2017 Super Bowl. On Thursday they released the results from that report to show the city benefitted from a $347 million net impact.
On Tuesday we found out that because of build delays in Los Angeles on the Rams and Chargers new stadium, the 2021 Super Bowl was moved from LA to Tampa. The 2022 Super Bowl will now be held in Los Angeles in the second year of the stadium there. That means that the city of Houston has a legitimate shot to bring the Super Bowl back to Space City in 2027 or 2028.
While a 4.82 is not exactly Ivy League Uber Passenger material, I think I do know what makes some of these drivers tick. In short, I am in a position to advise you on how to be BETTER than me. AND WAY BETTER THAN GARRET THE WEB GUY!!
Yes, Jose Altuve is the spark plug. Dallas Keuchel is the Cy Young. Lance McCullers is the soon to be ace. Carlos Correa is the best pure player. But Josh Reddick is the key. He’s the guy who will be able to do what is needed for this team on and off the field. Here’s why.
The Houston Astros are the best team in Major League Baseball and they don’t even worry about it right now.
The Houston Texans signed their first round pick Deshaun Watson and second round pick Zach Cunningham on Friday, SportsRadio 610’s John McClain reported.
University of Houston pitcher Seth Romero has been permanently removed from the team the school announced on Wednesday. Romero was recently reinstated to the Cougars after being suspended for violating team rules. Romero had yet to pitch in a game since being suspended on April 7th. He had thrown a bullpen session this week before being removed from the team permanently.
When you head to the park for your next Astros game. Bring your “Woo!”