Grant Paulsen joins MaD Radio to talk about the idea of Mike Shanahan being the Texans next head coach, and he doesn’t think it’s all that crazy.
SportsRadio 610 has learned that on Friday morning Mack Brown will announce his resignation as University of Texas head football coach after 16 seasons. A source says Brown will tell his players on Thursday before […]
Jordan Bernfield joined MaD Radio to tell us everything you need to know about Lovie Smith and if there is a reason for Texans fans to be excited about hiring Lovie Smith.
Kerry Byrne, Cold Hard Football Facts, joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss why he names the Texans as the dumbest team in football. He discussed how coaching impacts how smart or dumb a team is rated. Byrne speculated who might step up as the next head coach for the Texans. On the bright side Byrne says the Texans have the hottest cheerleaders.
Austin, Tx (CBS HOUSTON) – Mack Brown (62) has been the head coach of the Texas Longhorns since 1998. Reports from orangebloods.com are citing high level sources that the head of the UT football program […]
Wade Phillips thinks the pressure of losing eleven straight games has gotten to the Texans.
Ian Rapoport joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss Gary Kubiak’s firing. He discussed why Kubiak would be fired now as opposed to the end of the season. Rapoport discussed who might fit as the next head coach for the Texans. He thinks there is no chance Nick Saban will take the job. There is no doubt in his mind that the Texans head coaching job is a very attractive position to a lot of people.
Bob McNair’s loyalty can be extremely beneficial this off-season.
Houston (CBS Houston) – After the Texans 27-24 loss to the Arizona Cardinals Ed Reed made headlines for saying the Texans “got outplayed and outcoached.” On Monday players and coaches reacted to Reed’s comments. “Everybody […]
Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak returned to practice Thursday for the first time since being hospitalized at the half of Sunday night’s game against the Indianapolis Colts.