The No. 6 University of Houston Cougars had their BCS bowl dashed Saturday when they were defeated 49-28 by No.24 Southern Miss in the Conference USA Championship Game at Robertson Stadium.
For the second time in four years, Texas A&M’s national search for a football coach has ended 115 miles down the road in Houston.
With the dismissal of Mike Sherman as head coach of the Aggies made official today, rumors have begun to swirl around the head man of the only team in Division 1 football that remains undefeated, Kevin Sumlin of the Houston Cougars.
While Cougar fans are enjoying what might be considered the greatest season in program history, outsiders are also watching the job that head coach Kevin Sumlin has done.
Brian Jones from CBS College Sports joined Vandermeer and Lopez and they talked about UH and the future of head coach Kevin Sumlin, the BCS Championship, UT and Texas A&M and Urban Meyer and Penn St.
It’s another week and another must-win game for the No.8 University of Houston Cougars. The Cougars season and hopes for the school’s first BCS bid hinges on Friday morning’s showdown at Tulsa in a matchup […]
While the BCS chatter surrounding the University of Houston Cougars program has become increasingly louder, head coach Kevin Sumlin has taken an interesting approach to muting the noise engulfing his team.
The old phrase used by coaches, a game at a time, has become a way of life for the Houston Cougars these days. They are very close to sitting on top of the college football world.
University of Houston quarterback Case Keenum isn’t much into talking about himself and records.
The team continues to win, but the team has yet to receive national recognition for their efforts. Maybe by next week this time, UH could be ranked among the Top 25. But, for now, they wait.