The digital content manager of CBS Radio Houston, Garret is a father, husband, sports fan and former comedian.
The SportsRadio 610 combine is fast approaching (Feb 21st at Rice Football Stadium). Last year’s combine was a heated campaign that saw Nick Wright come out on top of the overall scores. We’re pretty darn […]
The continuing rise of J.J. Watt’s national reach will continue to grow in the next few weeks as the Defensive Player of the Year.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — He couldn’t stop fighting the NCAA any more than he could give up chewing towels courtside. Jerry Tarkanian built a basketball dynasty in the desert, but it was his decades-long battle […]
CHICAGO (AP) — Little League International has stripped Jackie Robinson West of the national title that the Chicago team won last summer after an investigation revealed it had falsified boundaries to field ineligible players. In […]
Daryl Morey put out a tweet during the Rockets 127-118 win over the Suns in Phoenix last night, talking about how he enjoyed being at the game rather than watching it on TV. Taking a […]
PHOENIX (AP) — The Houston Rockets blew an early 18-point lead and were down by one after three quarters in Phoenix. Then, as he so often does, James Harden took over. The NBA’s leading scorer […]
UPDATE (10:20): UK Reporter Jerry Tipton has said that Lyles has made the trip to Baton Rouge: Kentucky Basketball head coach John Calipari can’t find Freshman forward Try Lyles. The coach actually took to twitter to […]
Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The New York Jets have a new GM, Mike Maccagnan. Maccagnan came to the Jets from the Houston Texans and according to a report from Kristian Dyer of Metro the Jets have […]
Arian Foster might have started the talk on Sunday night, talking about the Texans possibly changing their uniforms for 2015. While we know that will not happen. These things are normally a few years in the making for teams to change their uniforms because of manufacturing and distributing and the entire process of design. We probably would have already heard about the Texans changing their jerseys, logo, whatever.
Arian Foster has had a poem turned into a short film. “Where We Dwell” was placed on Vimeo and a website with the title of final line of the poem “Forever We Run” on Sunday. The 2:30 film, by directors Todd Martin, Evan Metzold and Anderson Wright, starts with a runner stopping in the middle of an empty road seemingly out of breath.