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The NFL is taking care of business off the field while College Football is already in full bloom and going strong. Locally, the Rice Owls are getting business done on the field as spring ball has begun.
Reed Green Coliseum in Hattiesburg is a tough place to play. But the Rice Owls are looking for win #17 and on a roll after career win #600 for Braun.
Once again legendary Rice Head Baseball Coach Wayne Graham pulls one out of hat in the form of RS junior RHP Andrew Benak. Why are we surprised?
Former Rice Owl All-American punter Kyle Martens and former All-CUSA DE Scott Solomon leave for the NFL Combine on Wednesday. Martens is ready.
The Owls under legendary Head Coach Wayne Graham have high expectations in 2012. Could Omaha be the trip waiting to happen for Rice at the end of the college baseball season?
Rice AD Rick Greenspan provided his thought-provoking insight regarding the formation of the new 16-team conference. This formation could be the catalyst for change in college athletics.
C-USA and the Mountain West have made the decision to merge. While they agreed to merge football-only October, 2011, the later decision was made to compete in all sports. Good decision for the two conferences?
Ben Braun and the Rice Owls want to keep the momentum after their road win over the Houston Cougars Wednesday night. They will host an 11-13 SMU team Saturday night in Tudor Fieldhouse.
Sophomore Lady Owl’s forward Jessica Kuster is one of the best in the nation at what she does. So much so that Rice Women’s Head Basketball Coach Greg Williams says she is a coach’s dream!
Might not be the days of Phi Slama Jama at the UH or Ricky Pierce at Rice. But these cross town rivals still understand pride and what it means to have City of Houston bragging rights.