The Sooners look to have everything a team needs to earn one of the four Playoff slots, all they’ve got to do is avoid “Big Game Bob” earning what started as a legitimate crown but has evolved into a more sarcastic nickname.
We take a look around the nation and locally. We hear from Rice Head Football Coach David Bailiff and also update the progress of the new TDECU Stadium on the UH campus.
Paying college athletes is a hot-button topic which falls on the heels of Friday’s vote for Unionization by Northwestern Football players. Texas Head Football Coach Charlie Strong says “you’ve got to look at both sides.”
Texas Head Football Coach Charlie Strong met with the media today while also visiting with the Touchdown Club of Houston. He talks about spring football and tells us a little about what to expect.
B-Straw and Pauly G pack their bags and head out on a three-stop trip around the U.S. The guys travel just a few hours northwest to Austin, where they are joined by 1300 “The Zone” host Rob Babers. Babers discusses the possibility of renewing the historical UT vs. A&M rivalry that fans of both universities are anxiously anticipating. Next, Brien and Paul travel to our nation’s capital to talk with WJFK’s Grant Paulson about the on-going negotiations between DeSean Jackson and the Washington Redskins. At their last stop in Milwaukee, the guys join Doug Russell from NewsRadio 620 WTMJ to discuss the upcoming match-up between the no. 2 seed Wisconsin Badgers and the no. 8 seed Kentucky Wildcats.
Wolverines beat the Longhorns to reach the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16 for the second straight year.
Yahoo Sports reports Charlie Strong interviewed Tuesday for the job.
Texas says coach Mack Brown has stepped down and that the Alamo Bowl against Oregon on Dec. 30 will be his last game with the Longhorns.
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 […]
Texas President Bill Powers has announced a seven-member advisory panel to help the school’s search for a new men’s athletic director, including two members of the board of regents.