The most critical number in the Cowboys season was 8-8; they missed the play-offs again and become the third team ever to go .500 for three years in a row.
Charlie Strong has a tough job to do, and I don’t mean just getting the team ready to play next season. No—he has to replace Mack Brown.
Jerry Jones appears to be standing by his coaches this off-season, but if he really wants to win he’ll swallow his pride and do what’s needed.
Moving on from Johnny Manziel will not be easy for Texas A&M next season, but with the talent on board Kevin Sumlin should not many--if any--problems.
The San Antonio Spurs are in a race for the top spot in the Western Conference, but it hasn’t been the smoothest start of season for the Spurs.
It’s been a heck of a year for the Baylor Bears and Art Briles, but the same old problems led to a loss in the Fiesta Bowl to the UCF Knights.
Houston has taken step one towards rebuilding the franchise by hiring Bill O’Brien to be the next head coach. So—what’s next?
The talk was all about Johnny Manziel leaving for the NFL, but there was still a football game to play--and oh what a game it was.
Kliff Kingsbury’s first season as a head coach ended on a high note, but you can’t help but wonder how many college seasons he has left.
The odds were stacked against Mack Brown and the Longhorns in the Alamo, and while they did lose the team was far from “crushed.”
Manu Ginobili has been playing excellent basketball so far this season, which is great news for Spurs organization.
Now that the regular season is over the Houston Texans can finally concentrate on the task at hand—picking the future leader of the team.
The notion of enticing the 70-year old former coach out of retirement is crazy, but it might be the only way we can get rid of the Curse of Mediocrity.
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