The Spurs’ offense is looking good as usual, especially because the team is getting a boost from two unlikely players.
Alabama fans are not going to be too happy to hear this, but it has to be a little encouraging to Texas fans.
Case Keenum has a tough task ahead of him Sunday night, but the hardest part of the game is not going to be dealing with the Indianapolis defense.
When people think Texas A&M and the Heisman trophy they think of obviously Johnny Manziel, but there is another player that is also deserving.
Quarterback David Ash appears to finally be over his concussion but is far from being game ready--and it looks like he might not play again anyway.
With the Dallas Cowboys the action is almost as heavy off the field as it is on the field making these guys quite the show--and a lot like reality TV.
Texas may be looking for a new coach at the end of the season. If so, the popular choice is Nick Saban and the Alabama fans may help make that happen.
Don’t be surprised if flags are flying at half-mast across the state of Texas with the passing of two football legends, Bum Phillips and Bud Adams.
Case Keenum played well against the Kansas City Chiefs, but did he play well enough to wrap up the job? Gary Kubiak doesn't seem to think so.
As Draft Day trades go, it wasn’t one that shook up the NFL; the Cowboys swapped first-round picks with the San Francisco 49ers, with the latter team now picking at 18 and Dallas slipping down to 31, plus adding a third-round pick to their draft arsenal.
Big 12 supremacy is usually on the line with the Red River Rivalry, but this time the stakes are a lot higher for the Texas Longhorns--or are they?
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