The Texans will be watching the Super Bowl just like 29 other teams, but they may not be as far from getting to the big game as you’d think.
The rivalry may be dead on the field, but the recruiting war that has been taking place between Texas A&M and Texas proves that it is alive and well.
Fans of the Dallas Cowboys were treated to something they had not seen in a number of years—a winning team that had a well-balanced offense.
Jason Garrett got the deal he had been hoping for, five-years for $30 million, but it might have been a big mistake for the Cowboys.
With the addition of defensive coordinator John Chavis to the Texas A&M staff the outlook has become a whole lot brighter in College Station.
Case Keenum did an admirable job filling in at quarterback the final two weeks of the season, but will it do him and his career any good?
The Houston Texans playoff hopes took a huge hit Sunday in the loss to the Colts; a hit that appears to be the catalyst for a reunion.
Baylor’s football program was one of the worst in the nation before Art Briles arrived. It kind of makes you wonder what would happen if he left.
Going in to the 2014 season there were few that thought a Ryan Fitzpatrick-led Texans team had even an outside chance of making the post season.
Texas A&M fans got their wish Friday—defensive coordinator Mark Snyder was let go after three lackluster seasons in charge of the Aggies defense.
Many believe that this is the season for the Dallas Cowboys with the way Tony Romo is playing, but we will not really know until Thursday night.
Anyone that has grown up in Texas knows what next Thursday is. No, not Thanksgiving—or at least not just Thanksgiving. It’s—or was--Game Day.
Every season there are a handful of teams that come out of nowhere and dominate their opponents; teams like the TCU Horned Frogs.
When you play one the best teams in the league you need your best players on the game, but the Cowboys should consider sitting one this Sunday.
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