The SEC and Big 12 have big interests in Houston and Texas; that’s not really a secret. However, other than talent and current footprint, what lies ahead for those conferences in Houston? We explore.
Joc Bruce (what an awesome name!) is committed to Tennessee to play football. He goes to South-Doyle High School in Knoxville and he seems ready to begin his career as a big hitting SEC defensive […]
Former Texas A&M head coach RC Slocum joined Mad Radio and they talked about how the Aggies are looking this season, how the Aggies coaches should handle Kenny Hill, the effect of the SEC on Texas A&M and his thoughts on the playoff committee.
While Sumlin has been praised for his recruiting efforts – deservedly so – the judgment on what those efforts mean in terms of wins and losses and competing for SEC or national titles begins tonight.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): The game itself is only 2 years old, yet its already hosting perhaps the marquee matchup of college football’s opening weekend. (13) LSU vs (14) Wisconsin in the Texas AdvoCare Kickoff is […]
Forget much of what you know about college football. The chase for one of the four playoff spots begins this weekend with a handful of high-profile games.
This isn’t your average run-of-the-mill locker room – no, sir. We’re in an age of bigger and better and Texas A&M went all out to make sure their football players are completely comfortable – you know, by offering all the creature comforts of home.
Taylor joins Brien Straw and Paul Gallant to talk about SEC media day and who the heck is going to replace Johnny Football?? And also how the Aggies change post Johnny Football! Mobile device users […]
Steven Godfrey from SB-Nation.com joins the guys to talk about the concept of the “Bag Man”. These silent financiers of division I football players have not been quiet enough, as Godfrey investigates their efforts to bring in our nation’s top athletes. In an effort to gain some understanding of this taboo subject, Godfrey approached a few anonymous Bag Men to ask them how their under-the-table “financial” contributions to prospective college football players has helped out their respective programs. The majority of the anonymous patrons that he interviewed were ironically, not financially “well-off” like many of us would expect. Not only are these players getting paid before they arrive on campus, but they continue to receive cash from these bag men through the entirety of their college career.
The Texas Bowl has a new title sponsor.