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Smith: First week not death blow for season

It’s the phrase no child wants to hear their parents say, ‘I’m not mad, I’m disappointed.’ more

Texans come out flat in loss to Jaguars

HOUSTON — For all the hype and emotion J.J. Watt built up inside NRG Stadium before kickoff, it didn’t take long for all the air to be let out of the building. more

Muenster defense stifles high octane Tenaha offense

ARLINGTON – The Muenster Hornets made the most of their first appearance in a state championship football Thursday, defeating the Tenaha Tigers, 27-20, to claim the UIL 2A-Div. II title at AT&T Stadium. more

Texans players react after Bob McNair's comments

A handful of Texans players thought about leaving the facility and Pro Bowl receiver DeAndre Hopkins actually went through with the act after controversial comments about players from Houston owner Bob McNair. more

Rouse committed to running game as district play begins

If there’s one thing Rouse has shown its ability to do well early in the season, it’s run the football. more

Texas State prepping for Coastal Carolina's unique offense

Texas State head coach Everett Withers sees a lot of his own program in the Bobcats’ next opponent. more

Rangers late rally comes up short against Rebels

Vista Ridge’s fourth-quarter comeback came up just short. more

Rockdale comes from behind to earn first state title in 41 years

ARLINGTON - It was the the best of times; it was the worst of times. And so it went for both the Rockdale Tigers and the Brock Eagles in the Class 3A Division 1 UIL state championship game on Thursday at AT & T Stadium in Arlington. When the final story was told, Rockdale came away with an incredible 45-29 come-from-behind victory that football fans will be talking about for a long time. more

Smith: Central Texas QBs shine at collegiate level

The first week of the college football season was a dark day for the sport in Texas. Three of the most respected historic teams lost as Baylor, Texas, and Texas A&M in spectacular fashion. Week 2 was better but still left just as many questions as answers. more

Baylor offense looks to break through Texas defense

The biggest thing keeping Baylor head coach Matt Rhule up at night isn’t which quarterback starts under center, it’s the defense he’ll be going up against. more

Newton's big second half downs Gunter in state title game

ARLINGTON — Three plays. Three touchdowns. One state title. more

Cushing suspended 10 games for PED violation

Houston linebacker Brian Cushing was suspended by the NFL on Wednesday for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. It’s the second violation of his career. more

Texas A&M prepares to face mobile Mississippi State QB

Texas A&M has had some favorable results this season. A shootout win against Arkansas, grinding wins against South Carolina and Florida, losing to Alabama by eight points. more

Baylor stymied by daunting Texas defense

WACO — Matt Rhule knew the blueprint his Baylor team needed follow in order to beat Texas. Instead of another moral victory, he just came away more disappointed. more

Carthage continues its decade of dominance with win over Kennedale

ARLINGTON — The Carthage offense couldn’t have peaked at a better time. more

Pleasant Grove upsets 2-time champ West Orange-Stark

ARLINGTON -- On the first play from scrimmage TJ Cole found a hole in the defense, caught a pass over the middle, and sprinted untouched toward the end zone. Seventy-five yards later he leaned into the end zone like a sprinter finishing the 100 meter dash, and Texarkana Pleasant Grove was well on its way to the first state championship in program history. more

Highland Park upsets Manvel in Friday night slugfest

ARLINGTON — It was one for the ages. Friday night’s Class 5A Division I state football championship game between defending champion Highland Park and former 6A power Manvel was a heavyweight … more

Triple play: Vandegrift three-sport athlete to play baseball at Stanford

Justin Moore has worn quite a few jerseys during his time at Vandegrift. more

College Station surprises Aledo to win first state title

When College Station opened its doors six years ago, the Steve Huff and the Cougars’ coaching staff went to Aledo and wanted to model their football after the dynasty the Bearcats have built. Saturday afternoon, the process came to fruition. more

Army snags Armed Forces Bowl victory

The Aztecs of San Diego State brought the heavy artillery to Saturday’s Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, but it was the ground forces of the Army Golden Knights and a courageous decision to go for a two-point conversion instead of a tie that allowed Army to capture a thrilling 42-35 come-from-behind victory. more
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