Jones: Charlie Strong Still Has Support At UTBrian Jones of CBS Sports joined In The Loop and they talked about Charlie Strong and what he thought of Kirk Herbstreit's comments on the program as well as the Aggies, Baylor and Alabama/Tennessee.
Triple Threat on Vegas Win Totals for College FootballSean, Rich & Ted talk about the Vegas win totals for the local college football teams and some of the bigger national programs. Texas, Texas A&M, and Houston were all discussed.
MaD Radio with Mad Takes on Max Scherzer 5-12-2016Mike and Seth Talk about Max Scherzers' 20-strikeout game; Mike finds those games more compelling than any no-hitter. Also, they discuss an article that suggested the University of Texas should move to the Big 10 in football.
48 Hours In Austin, TexasA practical guide for visitors who have just 48 hours to visit the beautiful city of Austin, Texas
Gun Rights Groups To Use University Of Texas Campus As Backdrop For Mock Mass ShootingGun-rights groups that wanted to stage a mock mass shooting at the University of Texas agreed to move their event off-campus after getting a warning from the school that they could be arrested.
College Football Restructuring At The TopIt would seem Les Miles will coach the LSU Tigers once more, when they host Texas A&M this Saturday. Will Mark Richt be coaching his last game as Georgia’s head coach on Saturday when the Bulldogs play Georgia Tech in Atlanta?
Study: Men Intimidated By Intelligent WomenA new study finds that men are intimidated by intelligent women.
University Of Texas Students Protesting Campus Firearms With DildosUniversity of Texas students who oppose new regulations allowing concealed weapons on public universities are fighting fire with dildos.
Longhorns Shock Sooners In Red River Rivalry Showdown
Study: Immigrant Teens Less Likely To Commit Crimes, Use DrugsA new study finds that immigrant teens are less likely to commit crimes and engage in drug use.
Judge: University Of Texas Allowed To Remove Confederate StatueA judge has denied efforts to prevent the University of Texas from removing a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis from the main area of campus.
University Of Texas Moving Statue Of Jefferson Davis, Other Confederate Statues Will RemainThe University of Texas will move a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis away from the center of campus, but statues of other Confederate figures will remain, school president Greg Fenves announced Thursday.

More From CBS Houston

6-10s Calendar
Watch Now: Live Video & Video Highlights

Listen Live