If had looked at the NFL betting last year, you would have noticed long odds on the Texans finishing with a 2-14 record and thus gaining the first pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
The Aggies and Longhorns still have every element of a classic college football rivalry with the exception of one thing—there is no football game.
Many fans want the Texans to draft Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel with the No. 1 pick in this year’s draft—but is he the right choice?
It’s been rough for fans of the Houston Astros the last few years, but loyal fans need not worry—there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
When it comes to the Dallas Cowboys it appears that one thing is true—the more things change, the more they are going to stay the same in Big D.
Johnny Manziel zinged the Seahawks recently on Instagram, but what he should do is hope that Russell Wilson leads the Seahawks to Super Bowl glory.
Winning is nice (heck—it’s awesome). Houston Texans fans want to see their team doing it again, but will the organization do what it takes?
The Spurs have an awful record against the top teams in the West, why is this team missing their mark?
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.
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